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Samsung Galaxy S4 confirmed for UK mobile networks – ZDNet

The next device in the Galaxy range, expected to be the Samsung Galaxy S4, will be supported by the UK’s mobile operators when it’s announced on Thursday. Three, Orange, T-Mobile and EE have all confirmed they will be offering the device. EE, which is an amalgamation of Orange and T-Mobile […]

Late Easter breaks in the UK – The Guardian

Late Easter breaks in the UK – The Guardian

Farmstay in mid-Wales Among the hills and rivers of the Upper Wye Valley, just north of Rhayader, sits Nannerth Fawr Farm, a 200-acre working farm that ticks every box as far as family spring breaks are concerned. There are river and woodland walks, purpose-built cycle routes (borrow bikes by arrangement or bring your own), an […]

EDF drops lawsuit against environmental activists after backlash – The Guardian

The energy company EDF has dropped a £5m civil lawsuit against a group of 21 activists who occupied one of its gas-fired power plants for a week in October 2012, in a move described by supporters of the demonstrators as a “humiliating climbdown”. EDF faced a strong public backlash against its civil suit, which was […]

Leveson discussions could ‘castrate’ UK press, says Mirror’s Lloyd Embley – The Guardian

Daily Mirror editor-in-chief Lloyd Embley fears the deadlock in Leveson proposal discussions could ultimately lead to flawed regulations that “castrate” the UK press. Embley, who is also editor-in-chief of the Sunday Mirror and Sunday People, told the ISBA annual conference in London on Wednesday that the protracted talks could turn into a “political football”. “Leveson […]

Europe Seeks Update of Law on Fliers’ Rights – New York Times

But the proposal is not completely pro-passenger. As announced in Brussels by the European Union transport commissioner, Siim Kallas, it would also significantly roll back airlines’ obligations to passengers who wind up stranded for extended periods because of extraordinary events like the Icelandic volcano eruption three years ago that grounded more than 100,000 flights across […]

Snow disrupts travellers across Europe – video – The Guardian

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EUROPE MARKETS: Gloomy Data, Rally Jitters Drive Europe Losses – Fox Business

MADRID –  European stock markets fell on Wednesday, extending a modest decline after weaker-than-expected output data for the region, with drug and bank stocks leading the way lower as investors questioned the recent run for equities. ASM International NV, Inditex SA and Enel SpA were among the biggest decliners. The Stoxx Europe 600 index fell […]

And just like that, Google I/O is sold out – CNET

And just like that, Google I/O is sold out – CNET

Google Glass will likely be a highlight of the developer conference. (Credit: Google Glass) It took less than an hour for Google’s developer conference, Google I/O, to sell out today. The event, which will be held May 15-17 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, has always been a popular draw for the developer community. […]

Samsung Galaxy S IV Features Emerging – InformationWeek

Samsung Galaxy S IV Features Emerging – InformationWeek

(click image for larger view and for slideshow) Samsung is perilously close to overselling the Galaxy S IV smartphone, which it is expected to announce at Radio City Music Hall Thursday. The company has hyped the device incessantly for the last few weeks, but risks disappointing millions if it doesn’t offer new and exciting features. […]

Google Ordered to Pay $7 Million to US States for Wi-Fi Snooping Incident – DailyTech

Google Ordered to Pay $7 Million to US States for Wi-Fi Snooping Incident – DailyTech

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