The European Union has an increasingly important role in setting policy around technology, from broadband to mobile to online privacy.
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MVNOs now account for one in 10 mobile subscription in Spain, while FTTH is also seeing increased uptake.
Windows Phone devices with a compass will be able to use Nokia's LiveSight navigation tools in its Here maps.
A meeting of Telecom Italia's board isn't expected to signal the starters gun on a union between the two Italian operators, with stumbling blocks likely to consign the possibility of a merger to the scrapyard.
High-frequency radios may offer a solution to rural fibre shortcomings.
Not ready to retire any time soon, Neelie Kroes told business leaders on Monday that the EU can "knock down the walls" to the single mobile market, and promises to do so by 2015.
Jolla fans in Europe can now pre-order the first Sailfish smartphone, which is expected to ship by the end of the year.
Two more countries have announced when and where Microsoft's latest tablet will go on sale, and how much it will cost.
Chinese firms Huawei and ZTE are in hot water with the European Commission for allegedly ignoring trade rules and "dumping" their products into European markets.
Digital Economy Forum finds that the Italian bureaucracy is the biggest hurdle that startups face
Telcos need to start developing applications and services if they want to make money from machine-to-machine technology.
The region of Trentino-Alto Adige is shaping up to be a startup to watch, with its independent government looking to translate the region's natural advantages into IT growth.
Microsoft has put a price tag on its Surface Pro for a number of European markets, with the slate to debut before the end of the month in most of them.
Datacentres are slowly making their way onto the list of things that Amsterdam is synonymous with.
Chinese official says China will take "firm measures" to protect its interest should European Union trade chief Karel De Gucht insist on investigating alleged unfair trade practices by the Chinese companies.
The broader availability of Microsoft's latest operating sytem has done little to prop up the ailing PC market in Western Europe.