The European Union has an increasingly important role in setting policy around technology, from broadband to mobile to online privacy.
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Germany, US, and UK top a broadband study which claims there is a link between spending on telecoms infrastructure and GDP.
The European Commission is putting together a toolbox for search engines dealing with complaints about right to be forgotten requests, to make sure there's a common approach across Europe.
News Corp. CEO Robert Thomson has become Google's nemesis in Europe and is lobbying to stem the search giant's abuse of its dominance.
Cost effectiveness is replacing the low cost as the chief concern for those looking to outsource IT services - and Romania is hoping to take advantage.
The industry group says that appointment of a digital minister to the Cabinet is essential to unite differing groups behind a single leadership if the economy is to get maximum benefit from the fast-growing digital economy.
A German minister has called on Google to reveal details of its search algorithm to address concerns about its dominance of the European market.
Consolidation in Spain’s telecoms market continues as Orange picks up its smaller fixed and mobile rival.
Complementary fibre and cable TV see Norway's TDC seal the deal.
US consumers will be able to get their hands on the new Moto X from Tuesday.
Chinese networking giant's new research site in the Sophia Antipolis technology hub is its 17th in Europe and will focus on chipset design and embedded technology.
Amazon UK will open new offices in Silicon Roundabout with capacity for 5,000 employees.
While some iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus pricing is now available for the UK, the best bet for getting your hands on one of the new devices seems to be the Apple online store - as long as you don't mind waiting.
A growing menace for online banking customers has turned its sights on Salesforce customers.
Apple's biggest European markets look set to be served the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus on 19 September, while others will have to wait at least a week longer.