Moto X users may soon get their first taste of KitKat: Motorola today announced that the slow rollout of Android 4.4 for its flagship begins with Verizon Wireless, and will reach other networks soon.
Prominent US mobile carriers have been criticised for standing in the way of activists' demands for a "kill switch" that would brick a phone in the event of it being stolen. But do they have a point?
Boffins from leading UK academic institutions claim to have reached a new milestone in the pursuit of 'Li-Fi' - Internet connectivity powered by LED light bulbs.
The Advertising Standards Authority has condemned "misleading language" surrounding an online coverage map provided by EE, the UK's largest mobile provider.
BT has chosen to sign a multi-year deal with EE that will see the mobile phone operator become BT’s mobile virtual network operator [MVNO] and replace Vodafone in the process.
Russian investigative journalists have uncovered an unprecedented expansion in the capabilities of the Russian surveillance state leading up to the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
New research from TalkTalk has revealed that over half a million homes are losing around 4Mbps of broadband speed due to poor in-home set ups, such as bad wiring and router issues.
A top investor recently filed a lawsuit against BlackBerry and its CEO Thorsten Heins for misleading investors. With stock prices plummeting and a buyout on the horizon, is this the final straw?
A report by the Beijing News has exposed the true size of China's censorship apparatus, with 2 million people employed to comb through keywords and compile reports on users.
An £8.06 million deal will see BT provided with more than half the funding for a project that will bring high speed broadband to remote areas of the county by September 2015.
Turquoise-coloured TPO turns red with a £14.99 per month unlimited phone, text and data package that may stir controversy.