O2 has today confirmed the price of its 4G price plans ahead of their rollout next Thursday, August 29. The carrier’s SIM-only plans will start from £26 ($40) per month, while those that are tied to a 4G handset start from £32 ($49) per month. All of O2’s 4G plans will also come bundled with free music, sport, and game content.
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EE has expanded its rapidly-growing 4G LTE network yet again to cover an additional 12 markets across the United Kingdom. This expansion brings the total number of markets up to 74, and EE claims its 4G services now covers more than 50% of the U.K. population.
Last night, Amazon followed the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Google and others when the company announced it would be joining the single sign-in service, with its new ‘Login with Amazon’ feature. Login with Amazon will enable internet users to sign into other websites using their Amazon credentials.
EE is currently the United Kingdom’s only 4G LTE network – it launched back in July 1 2010, under the name Everything Everywhere, which the management team decided to shorten to EE in September 2012. EE thrives on providing super fast 4G LTE internet to customers based in the UK, and starting today it launched its first 30-day SIM-only plans for smartphones.
HTC’s latest flagship phone, the HTC One, has proven to be a big success so far, with 5 million units sold since it launched back in March. However, some way that the HTC One could have done better if it had support for a microSD card.
Now HTC has explained the reason behind its decision to leave microSD card slots out of its U.S. and U.K. versions of the HTC One.
Another round of sales for the Nexus 4 are scheduled to take place via the UK Play store at 5pm GMT. That gives you a few minutes to grab some popcorn, a frosty drink, and prepare for some F5 finger action. Hopefully Google has straightened out its server issues or whatever issues they were having and this round goes off without a hitch.
What You Might Have Missed: Apple And HTC Form Patent Truce While UK Court Orders Apple To Pay Samsung’s Legal Fees
Apple And HTC Form Patent Truce
In a surprise turn of events, Apple and HTC have decided to end all ongoing patent disputes in favor of a 10-year licensing agreement. This is the exact kind of resolution courts around the globe have been hoping for from Apple and in fact, have begged for from Apple and Samsung. While there appears to be no such truce in store for Samsung and Apple, this latest bit of news at least shows hope of Apple scaling back on its patent crusade.
Another day, another public humiliation. At least that’s what UK judges have in mind for Apple. After losing a legal claim against Samsung, a London judge ruled that Apple must “correct the damaging impression” caused by their “copycat” claims. The ruling forces Apple to publicly announce — both on their website and with adverts in publications such as the Daily Mail, Financial Times and T3 Magazine — that Samsung had not infringed on its design rights. Apple appealed this decision, of course. However, the judgement stands and the public humiliation must commence as an appeals judge has decided not to overturn the decision.
Clove UK is reporting that the still unannounced black Samsung Galaxy S III will feature 64GB of internal storage, making it the first Galaxy S III model of that capacity. This is great news, considering rumors had the 64GB SG3 version all but dead. Clove is also pointing towards an October launch, which is on par with the 4-6 weeks availability earlier reported by Mobile Fun.
Rumors about a black Samsung Galaxy S III have been circulating for a bit now, but beyond the randomly spotted image or two, nothing has been confirmed. That was, until today. U.K. retailer Mobile Fun is the first to announce a price and release date for this now confirmed device.