After Google's drastic price cuts for its cloud computing services, Amazon quickly matched them. Given that Microsoft always promised to match prices, it doesn't come as a surprise that the company today announced its own round of massive price cuts.
Customers of U.K. carriers Orange and T-Mobile keen to sign up to the country’s first 4G LTE network (launching from EE), which will go live in ten cities on October 30, will need an LTE handset to do so.
Vodafone New Zealand - in stark contrast to Telecom NZ and 2Degrees - has branded as "extreme" the prices for the regulated mobile terminating access service (MTAS) announced by the Commerce Commission earlier today, which represent significant reduction on the prices New Zealand's mobile operators presently charge.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityKogan always has nicely priced technology up his sleeve, whether Kogan or major brand-name deals at import prices, with his Samsung Galaxy SIII deal starting at AUD $569 and an already first-shipment sold-out 64GB stick for $49.
Yesterday we reported that select Samsung handsets running its TouchWiz UI were affected by a flaw that could allow them to be remote wiped after clicking on a malicious link. Samsung has now confirmed it has patched the flaw for its flagship Galaxy SIII handset.
Samsung is urging Galaxy SIII owners to update to the latest version of its software to ensure they are protected against the flaw.