Tag Archives: Europe

PS VR Price Dropped Permanently in US and Europe, No Confirmation for India Yet

Sony has permanently dropped the price of PlayStation VR (PS VR). The PS VR price is now $299.99 in the US (around Rs. 19,500) and 299.99 Euros (close to Rs. 24,200) in Europe. This comes after a flurry of retailer-driven price cuts for the PS4 and PS4 Pro VR headset in the past few months. The company has confirmed… Read More »

Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) arrives in Europe

The Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) has landed in Europe, over a month after it was made official. The dual-SIM model is now listed on the South Korean company’s Austrian website. The listing reveals color options including gold, black, and blue. The device is available in the US since mid-May. It was expected to land in Europe sometime in August, but looks… Read More »

Kaspersky files antitrust complaints against Microsoft in Europe

Russian security software maker Kaspersky Lab has filed antitrust complaints against Microsoft with the European Commission and the German federal cartel office, it said in a statement on Tuesday. Kaspersky contends that Microsoft is abusing its market dominance to crowd out independent anti-virus software makers, pushing Windows 10 users toward its own Windows Defender software, and creating obstacles… Read More »

Continental drift – Investors embrace Europe, ex-UK

Global investors are distinguishing between the UK and the rest of Europe as part of a fundamental reassessment of what investing in the region means, reflecting growing enthusiasm for Europe’s broad economic prospects and nervousness about thorny and possibly protracted Brexit negotiations. That has meant the forceful emergence this year of “Europe ex-UK” as an investment class, as… Read More »

Asus ZenFone Live goes on sale in Europe for €170

The Asus ZenFone Live is an affordable Android smartphone showcased back in February at Mobile World Congress. However, the handset did not make it to market until May when it was officially introduced in India. Well, it looks like Asus won’t limit the ZenFone Live’s availability to emerging markets in Asia. Starting this week, customers can purchase the… Read More »

The 10 best computer science schools in Europe

Technical University of Munich.Wikicommons A computer science degree from a top university can help graduates land their dream job at companies like Apple, Google, and Facebook. But which computer science courses are the best ones to try and to get onto if you want to impress employers? Using the QS World University Rankings 2017, we took a look… Read More »

HTC 10 to receive Android 7.0 Nougat update in Europe in late November or early December

HTC has already officially revealed that the Android 7.0 Nougat update would hit its current flagship smartphone, the 10, before the end of the year. Specifically, HTC said this would happen in the fourth quarter, which started in October and ends on December 31. While the company still isn’t giving us any more details about its rollout, a… Read More »

Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are receiving the November security update in Europe

Another month has passed, which means a new security update for Android is due to be rolling out. The November security patches have in fact already reached Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 edge handsets sold by T-Mobile in the US, and now it’s time for the same to happen to the unlocked units purchased in Europe. At the… Read More »

Tens of thousands protest in Europe against Atlantic free trade deals

Tens of thousands of people protested in European cities on Saturday against planned free trade deals with the United States and Canada they say would undermine democracy and lower food safety, environmental and labor standards. Organizers — an alliance of environmental groups, labor unions and opposition parties — said 320,000 people took part in rallies in seven German… Read More »

Fuel ‘too dirty’ for Europe sold to Africa

Swiss firms have been criticised in a report for their links to the African trade in diesel with toxin levels that are illegal in Europe. Campaign group Public Eye says retailers are exploiting weak regulatory standards. Vitol, Trafigura, Addax & Oryx and Lynx Energy have been named because they are shareholders of the fuel retailers. Trafigura and Vitol… Read More »