The Dutch telco will begin offering Silent Circle's encrypted comms apps, and later on, its Blackphone handset.
The latest tech news from Belgium and the Netherlands.
Martin began his IT career in 1998 covering games and gadgets, only to discover that the scope of his interests extended far beyond that. Ironically, where he used to cover 'anything with a plug', he now focuses on the wireless world. A self-pronounced Apple enthusiast who can't live without his Windows PC, he writes tech news, reviews and tutorials for the Dutch market and stories about flying elephants for his two sons.
The Court of Justice in the Hague has ruled that fingerprints gathered from individuals getting a new passport can't be held centrally and used in criminal investigations.
Strict legislation in the Belgian capital meant that the home of the European Commission is only now getting access to LTE - but citywide coverage is still at least a year away.
Telco UPC is planning to have 500,000 of its customers sharing their networks before too long.
A working quantum computer took a step closer this week with the announcement of improvements in detecting and subsequently correcting errors that occur during the storage process of quantum states.
A difficult economy and falling revenues from traditional services are having an impact on the company's bottom line.
Mobile makers can no longer block 4G access for certain networks on their devices - a decision that's largely targeted at Apple.
The Court of Justice in the Hague has ruled that two of the Netherlands' ISPs don't have to keep blocking their users' access to the torrent site.
Another sizeable acquisition is underway in Europe, with Liberty Global heading towards 90 percent market share in the Netherlands.
One of the Netherlands' top prosecutors is warning that PC users should prevent themselves from being filmed by hackers - or intelligence services - by taping over their webcam.