The white version of the new Sony Xperia S has been snapped up by UK retailer Phones4U, which will be exclusively selling the shinier model from March. Meanwhile, both Three and O2 have announced plans to stock the first Sony-branded Xperia on the usual contracts. [Three]
According to Ofcom, TalkTalk is our worst ISP with the largest number of complaints over the past year, hitting an average of well over two in every 3000 customers having to complain to Ofcom about their broadband service over the last year.
Looks like BlackBerrys can circumvent the network operator porn filters in the UK and Ofcom's not exactly happy about it. Problem is, kids in the UK do love their BlackBerrys, and kids and porn shouldn't mix; so RIM's been called to a summit to discuss the issue.
The Everything Everywhere conglomerate has already given Orange and T-Mobile users the chance to make calls via each others' networks, but soon it'll be flipping the switch on 3G mobile data roaming as well.
Ofcom's released its draft annual plan for the 2012-2013 period and there's bad news for those eagerly awaiting 4G networks within the UK. The telecoms regulator has penned "wide availability" of 4G coverage within the year 2015, not 2013/2014 as we were all hoping.
With the privacy snafu that is Carrier IQ raging over in the States, some of our networks have come out and said that they specifically don't use the snooping service. But of course that doesn't mean it's not installed on your phone, tracking your every keystroke, sifting through your data, and lifting your Playboy Online credentials.