Net neutrality regulations also "not recommended" by Monopolies Commission report.
The German View
From SAP to Software AG to start-ups, a look at the new developments in the largest economy of Western Europe from an insider's perspective.
Moritz is a Munich-based IT-journalist with more than eight years of experience as an author under his belt.
From the day he brought home a modem and dialed in to a local BBS in 1991, Michael has been obsessed with technology and how it enables collaboration. He has a master's degree in journalism from UC Berkeley, and has worked in and around the technology start-up scenes in San Francisco and Berlin.
In wake of the Snowden leaks, concerns about data security and privacy have risen sharply.
Third-party sellers in the country no longer have to agree to "price parity" clause.
New towers mean speeds of up to 225Mbps - but there's a wait ahead for the hardware.
A new project seeks to lay down some ground rules for what could become a cloud for the continent.
Surveillance practices should be reviewed with an eye towards human rights, UN draft resolution says.
The NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden may stand as a witness against the US intelligence service in a German parliamentary investigation into mass surveillance by the agency.
Many customers would have had their DSL speeds cut to 2Mbps after they reached a 75GB cap.
Germans know what LTE is, but many are reluctant to pay extra for it. Could 'all you can app' plans offer a solution?
In the wake of the NSA leaks, the German chancellor has sought assurances that US secret services have not been listening to her phone calls