At this year's MWC, mobile execs mull how best to balance consumers' right to privacy with the industry's hunger for data.
A view on the news from Spain and Portugal.
Steve is a freelance journalist based in Madrid, specialising in technology and how it impacts businesses. His previous roles include web editor at Computer Business Review (CBR) and before that staff writer at a magazine that wrote about and sold collectable items.
Anyone who's anyone will be at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona next week. Here's a sneak peek at what it takes to keep the show running smoothly.
In Spain, where smartphone use is the norm and peer-to-peer lending is taking off, banks' shift from payment processors to financial services advisors is particularly noticeable.
A clever experiment in Portugal is showing how adding new technology to the city's vehicles - including garbage trucks - can be put to new uses.
A plan to turn Catalonia into Spain's foremost tech region is taking shape with the merger of six of its tech centres.
The upcoming closure of Google News has reawakened the debate over the consequences of a law that experts have described as quite simply "nonsense".
After revisions to Spain's intellectual property law, Google has taken its ball and gone home.
Data visualisation company Duckboard's was on the verge of closure until a casual email changed the company's destiny entirely.
Spanish football club will offer data analytics platform to players, staff, and fans.
If the deal does go through, it could impact several European countries and beyond the continent too.
The Spain Startup South Summit 2014 conference recently took place in Madrid, where fledgling companies from a variety of industries mixed with investment groups and startup accelerators. ZDNet looks at some of the brightest tech startups on show.
Introduction of 4G+ in three cities could offer download speeds up to 300Mbps.
The co-working space likely to open in the Spanish capital next year, offering advice and mentoring to startups.
The Spanish telecoms giant has beaten its Italian rival to the Brazilian broadband provider.
Consolidation in Spain’s telecoms market continues as Orange picks up its smaller fixed and mobile rival.
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- 5 EU court upholds record €152m Telefonica antitrust fine