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The right to be forgotten and EU regulations have hardly helped the big-data cause in western Europe, but the technology is still managing to gain ground.
Lenovo is targeting European countries in a big way - but don't expect to see its brand name on devices in western Europe's major markets.
At Workday Rising Europe, Tidemark introduces a financial consolidation application and rolls out plans to expand in the EU.
A new project seeks to lay down some ground rules for what could become a cloud for the continent.
Against the background of the launch of the Cloud for Europe project, SAP's European chairman sets out his firm's backing for unified EU regulations to protect the cloud.
Europeans like to celebrate! So celebrate not only your "birth" day but your "name" day as well! Extra coffee, cake...
Google and Europe are hammering out an antitrust settlement. Whether or not EU regulators will bite remains another thing, however.
Fight fire with fire, suggests EU vice-president and justice chief Viviane Reding, who in an interview with Greek media floated a European spying agency to counter the NSA.
The PBC-Eurotariff is a cost and balance control application that lets the EU user to set a balance for his roaming cellular services....
Arguing that "Europe cannot be left behind" in chip investments, the EU Commission plans to double chip production to take a one-fifth slice of the global production pie.
EU authorities have hit Microsoft with yet another fine, after falling foul of previous antitrust commitments, showing that if you're operating in Europe, you must abide by its rules.
Europe is proposing a talk first, legislate later strategy for copyright reform.
An internal European Commission report has outlined its concerns over member states using telecoms equipment developed by Huawei and ZTE.
Under fire from data protection regulators across Europe, Facebook is killing off its Photo Tag Suggest feature for users in the EU. It hopes to bring the biometric functionality back at some point in the future.
While new rules mean the cost of using data in Europe is lower than ever for EU citizens, it's not always clear how to get the best deal — or even if bill shock can be avoided altogether
The European Commission wants to find out how it can reduce the cost of rolling out super-fast broadband by cutting out "stupid costs and duplication" in engineering works.On Friday, digital agenda commissioner Neelie Kroes opened a public consulation to identify the best way to save on installing new infrastructure for high-speed broadband in the EU, one of the aims of the Connecting Europe push launched in October.
The latest EU agreement for airlines to automatically transfer European personal passenger data to the US authorities breaches fundamental European human rights, a study commissioned by Green MEPs has found.The 2011 agreement to share Passenger Name Record (PNR) data of airline passengers flying from Europe breaches European data protection laws, according to a study conducted by Gerrit Hornung of the Universität Passau and Franziska Boehm of the Université du Luxembourg.
Microsoft's cloud pact with Europe still does not protect EU citizens from U.S. law, like FISA or the Patriot Act. Was it simply signed to quell fears, and prevent the loss of business?
The European Commission has said that the draft EU-US agreement strengthens data protection for people using airlines in Europe, but a number of MEPs say the data-sharing agreement still may not be legal
Sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 can continue everywhere in the EU except Germany, as doubts have emerged over the powers of local courts to ban foreign companies from selling goods across Europe
A team will work for a year to set up EU-Cert, a computer emergency response team, for EU institutions including the European Commission, European Parliament and the Council of Europe
The Hungarian presidency of the Council of the EU wants to propose a Europe-wide firewall to block 'illicit contents' on a continental scale, it has emerged.The proposal was outlined in minutes (PDF) from a joint meeting of the Council's Law Enforcement Working Party (LEWP) and the Customs Cooperation Working Party on 17 February, but has only been widely discussed on the internet in the last day or two.
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