Wonder what they''ll make of the sim region locking in the Note 3.
Samsung, the world's biggest smartphone vendor, has submitted a package of concessions to the competition wing of the European Commission in a move to try to offset a massive fine. The EU's antitrust commissioner Joaquin Almunia said during a speech in New York today that the South Korean electronics giant had "sent us a set …
Friday 27th September 2013 15:20 GMT Anonymous Coward
If Google decides they don't like the outcome and choose to physically move out of Europe, will the Eurocrats try to block citizens from using it?
James: The commission may have asked for the region locked stuff "to preserve competition" just in case the device costs less if bought outside Europe.
Friday 27th September 2013 18:09 GMT Richard Jones 1
Save us from the risk of some 'local tat'
My concern is that warts and all at least Google more or less gives useful results. I say more or less as it sometimes produced some links to dreadful alternative search engines with their wonderfully dire selection of ever less relevant results. If only the - operator could be used to knock them out.
Restoring the + operator to limit the cruft would also be useful.