HTC faces a possible ban on selling its own devices in Europe's largest market.
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.
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.
Net neutrality regulations also "not recommended" by Monopolies Commission report.
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?