The European Union has an increasingly important role in setting policy around technology, from broadband to mobile to online privacy.
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HTC's flagship HTC One has escaped an import ban that could extend to several HTC devices should the Taiwanese company's appeal against a UK court ruling fail.
The latest version of BlackBerry's mobile device software extends its management of Android and iOS devices as enthusiasm for its own handsets fades.
EE's LTE network rollout sees more areas getting a mobile speed bump.
Can the country that took Windows Phone to its heart do the same for the Mozilla operating system?
Tech companies in London's Tech City are creating jobs and generating millions in investment, according to Google.
Google's recent move to unite all the privacy policies of its various services into a single offering has been slapped down by the Netherlands' privacy regulator.
Microsoft Space in Madrid will demonstrate Surface tablets and Xbox consoles, but products won't be available to buy.
Jolla's handset release this week is the culmination of two years' hard graft. How did the Finnish startup manage it, and what's it working on next?
Third-party sellers in the country no longer have to agree to "price parity" clause.
The news comes not long after leaked documents showed the NSA was bugging and spying EU offices around the world. But the U.S. agency can likely be ruled out as a suspect in this latest hack, following reports from German media.
Norwegian operator Telenor is launching its Firefox OS phones, hoping to catch Christmas buyers in three new countries.
Italians have always been wary of making purchases online, but things could be about to change, thanks to growing adoption of smartphones and slates.
The board of Vivendi has given the green light to a plan to demerge France's second place mobile operator as it focuses more on media and content.
Tossing the governmental grenade back to its federal former friend, the EU wants the U.S. to abide by its rules if the two continents want to stay friends. The demands could ultimately throw a spanner in the works for the U.S.' mass surveillance operations.
If you hate HDMI cables, a Copenhagen-based startup has a wireless HDMI prototype device that could do away with the need for wires.