The European Union has an increasingly important role in setting policy around technology, from broadband to mobile to online privacy.
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Bouygues and Altice are both hoping to get a stake in France's second largest telco and merge it with their own fixed and mobile businesses.
Italian ISPs have been ordered to block access to tens of sites thought to be sharing movies illegally after an anti-piracy initiative by the country's financial police.
Redmond contended that Google and Motorola had infringed on a mapping patent it owns. Not so, says the patent court.
The Belgian telco has seen speeds of 200Mbps in a recent pilot.
The Netherlands' biggest telco has stopped blocking its customers' access to the torrent website after reaching a deal with BREIN.
Hello Ruby, a Kickstarter-funded book to help teach kids programming, has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars - showing that getting young people into coding is a matter of feeding their imagination.
IPCom, a patent-licensing firm, claimed Apple and HTC were infringing on its patents. A German court disagreed.
If you want to know whether or not Poland's at the forefront of cloud uptake in Europe, you'll have to ask around.
Apple has chosen the Geneva Motor Show to launch CarPlay, an in-car system for iOS users.
Amid promises to extend its 3G and 4G networks, Vodafone is already looking to LTE-A with a trial in Naples.
Tablet market growth will slow this year, and there may be some good news for PC sales, too.
Show me the money: How Opera started thinking about the bottom line – and what that did to its software
A few years back, Norwegian browser maker Opera was really struggling. Now, it's put the bottom line front and centre – and that's having a knock on effect on its products, from Coast to its mobile offerings.
One of Europe's biggest telcos plans to work with the hardware companies on getting its services onto their kit.
A joint EU-Brazil plan to lay a new submarine cable looks to have been prompted by fears of communications interception by the NSA.
The rollout will arrive later this year for two cities, bringing speeds of up to 182Mbps.