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'Enough is enough,' say EU countries trying to crack down on the global tax avoidance problem. But the U.S. isn't playing fair, and behind closed doors is stamping its feet.
The European Union wants to ensure every vehicle on the road is equipped with GPS technology for emergencies.
The social networking giant's first EU datacenter in Sweden runs of 100 percent renewable energy, and will help process the site's global traffic — not just European residents.
Spurred on by globalization, the legal high and synthetic drug market is causing a "fundamental shift" in consumption patterns, an EU agency has warned.
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.
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The EU has set out its common position on proposed changes to global telecoms rules, which may see a UN agency given control over the internet for the first time.
Global airlines seek a United Nations-brokered deal in a row over aviation emissions between China and the European Union.
The European Commission intends to plough €7bn into Europe's Galileo GPS, and has proposed the creation of a €5.8bn funding scheme for a project to provide a global environment and security monitoring system
Europe's answer to the US's GPS satnav system will see its first operational satellites sent into orbit on Thursday from a spaceport in South America
Public-sector procurement documents will for the first time be allowed to reference web standards and other standards not developed by EU agencies or the biggest, slowest-moving international standards agencies
Cloud computing could create more than two million new jobs, generate $1 trillion across major EU economies. It could even make EU companies more competitive in the global arena.
The UK space industry is bucking the recession thanks to satellite broadcast and communications, according to a government-commissioned report
An encrypted satellite navigation system using the EU's nascent Galileo system will be open to emergency and security services, under European Commission proposals published on Friday
Iran must halt satellite jamming and internet censorship, a council of the European Union has stated.The repeated jamming of broadcasts from Eutelsat, internet censorship, and blocking of mobile communications by Iran must cease, said a meeting of ministers of the EU foreign affairs council on Monday.
From three-strikes in France to antitrust probes in EU to a global e-book dispute, IT industry saw several legal battles fought out last year.
The project to develop a European civilian rival to the US's military GPS system was hampered by poor management, the European Court of Auditors has found
Some hail the current version of the energy security act as a major step forward in American policy on global warming. It's not going to get an upbeat greeting in Europe, one of the world's largest economies.
Inmarsat and Solaris will be allowed to run services such as high-speed internet access, mobile TV and satellite telephony in Europe
Organisations around the world are coming to terms with cloud computing, but what can we expect from this technology over the coming year?
There are many existing services to help you to discover a city you don't know, but the EU-funded CINeSPACE project is quite unique. It combines GIS and semantic technology to provide you with an intuitive and interactive way to discover the cultural heritage of a city. The CINeSPACE project combines several technologies including GPS to track your approximative position and optical and inertial tracking to refine it. You'll be able to rent the handheld at a tourist office or an airport, and your interactive tour will be designed according to your interests. The first field tests will be held in the beginning of 2009 in Glasgow, San Sebastian and Venice. But read more...
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