"EUROPE" content on TweakTown - Page 2
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Nintendo's 2DS handheld console goes live in the US, EU & Australia
Nintendo launches the new 2DS in the US, Europe and Australia.
Google expands biking navigation to six European countries
Google brings biking directions to six new European countries.
OPPO set to launch their Find 5 smartphone in Europe next week
OPPO Find 5 to arrive in Europe next week.
Surface Pro European availability dates revealed
Microsoft details European availability of the Surface Pro tablet.
Google Maps extends to 9 new countries across Europe and Africa
Google unleashes voice guided, turn-by-turn navigation through Maps to Europe and Africa.
Microsoft expanding Surface RT availability February 14
Microsoft expanding availability of Surface RT tablet on February 14, coming to 13 more Euro-countri.
Apple discontinuing Mac Pro sales in Europe after March 1 due to regulatory standards
Mac Pro will be discontinued in Europe after March 1 due to new regulatory standards.
Microsoft reverses decision on selling mature games on the Windows Store
Microsoft confirm they'll be selling mature titles through the Windows Store.
European users will have to wait a bit longer for Pandora to come to town
It looks like Pandora won't be coming to Europe for a while longer due to direct negotiations
Nintendo Wii U does better than expected in UK by selling 40,000 consoles
Nintendo sold 40,000 consoles in Europe in the first 48 hours, did better than expected.
France hunting down Amazon for back taxes amounting to $250 million
French tax authorities send Amazon a bill for back taxes of $252 million.
Apple paid just 2% corporation tax on their profits outside of the US
Apple paid only 2% of their corporate tax outside of the United States.
iPhone loyalty drops in US, Europe according to the latest figures from Strategy Analytics
Strategy Analytics' latest figures show that iPhone loyalty has dropped in the US and Europe.
Sony reducing HQ staff by 20 percent and closing a factory in Japan
Sony cutting staff at headquarters by 20%, closing a factory in Japan as part of its layoff plan.
Samsung and Spotify working together to bring streaming music to 2012 Smart TVs in Europe
Samsung teams up with Spotify to offer streaming music across their 2012 Smart TV range in Europe.
Nokia Lumia 920 pricing is higher than Galaxy S III
Nokia Lumia 920 will be priced up to 25% higher than the competing Galaxy S III in European countrie.
Avnet Embedded Expands Its Storage Strategy in Latin America and the Caribbean with Solid-State Drives from OCZ Technology
Sony offering PlayStation scholarships
Sony teams up with a university to provide scholarships to Gamer Camp: Pro.
Two countries take legal action against Blizzard over Diablo III
Blizzard is facing two legal actions, one in Europe and one in South Korea.
avast! anti-virus headquarters tour in Prague, Czech Republic
avast! anti-virus invited TweakTown to come out and take a look. Check out what we learned!
GameFounders opens it wallets, bank accounts to European Game Startups
European Game Startups get a huge leg-up from GameFounders.
Upcoming animated film gets powered by Valve's Source engine
Valve's Source engine powers 'Deep', an upcoming animated feature fulm.
Samsung announces that the GALAXY S III will hit 28 markets across Europe and the Middle East today
GALAXY S III launches in 28 markets across Europe today, will increase to 145 markets worldwide by J.
Self-driving cars hit the highways of Europe
Volve sets self-driving cars onto the highways of Europe.
IKEA's all-in-one Uppleva HDTV will retail for $960 in Europe next month, launches in the US in 2013
IKEA's Uppleva launches in Europe next month for $960, jumps across the pond in 2013.
Mobile web traffic makes up one-tenth of all global web traffic
Mobile web traffic now constitutes 10.01% of all global web traffic.
Blizzard has announced you can play Diablo III on any region's server
Diablo III will let you play on any region server you like, isn't restrictive.
Google TV hits Europe, and more in September
Google TV is headed to Europe in September, will also arrive in other parts of the world too.
Europe cold snap, Global Warming? Three letter word, starts and ends in 'L'
Global warming, yet Europe goes through Cold Snap. Hundreds dead, thousands cut off.
Apple is at it, again - files design suit against Samsung in Germany, wants to ban 10 Samsung smartphones
Samsung under attack from Apple in Germany, Apple want 10 Samsung smartphones banned in Germany.
Europe has ruled that ISPs can't be forced to block pirate sites, NZBs and torrent users cry pirated tears of joy.nzb
Europe does something great, rules that ISPs can't be forced to block pirate sites.
Sony's PlayStation Vita games with internal memory can't use memory cards
Vita games with internal memory are unable to use memory cards.
Google is 'pondering' a fiber network in Europe
Google is eyeing off building a fiber network for Europe.
Sony PlayStation Vita arriving in Europe in October?
Sony PlayStation Vita making its way to Europe in October?
Sony Invites Europe Users Back To PSN With Free Stuff
European PSN users get up to four free games. Booyah.
Spotify Restricts Free Music Access, Incenses Media Pirates
Spotify puts the breaks on some of it's free and open features.
iPad 2 Available For Everybody Else March 25th
iPad 2 ships on March 25th to most of Europe- sorry, rest of the world.
Intel Expands Software Development Efforts in Europe
Europe and Asia given October 21st launch date for Windows Phone 7
Worldwide phone release list included.
European mobile carriers possibly working on their own mobile OS
Carriers feel iOS and Android "reducing the significance of the operators in the value chain"
Thecus EU eSupport Centre Now Online
Atari pulls out of E3, cites Ghostbusters.
Atari pulls out of E3 2009.
Mushkin Introduces Their First SSD's
Europe be thy name.
Mushkin Introduces its first SSD Series - Europe