The European Union has an increasingly important role in setting policy around technology, from broadband to mobile to online privacy.
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Most customers will be able to upgrade to faster speeds for no extra cost, but those with Apple devices are in limbo.
Jolla will soon release versions of its Sailfish OS that have been ported to popular Android devices.
After running an incubator program for several years, it's now offering chunks of seed funding to new companies working in online services or green IT.
The Dutch telco will begin offering Silent Circle's encrypted comms apps, and later on, its Blackphone handset.
The Court of Justice in the Hague has ruled that fingerprints gathered from individuals getting a new passport can't be held centrally and used in criminal investigations.
Delays to the implementation of a scheme to share patients' data in the UK with companies and healthcare bodies alike is welcome - it's an initiative that's too important to get wrong.
A clutch of Italian hotels and small businesses are already accepting Bitcoin payments - but is there enough demand from the public, and will lawmakers throw a spanner in the works?
That'll be a couple of percent signed up to LTE services, then.
Whether you put it down to late paperwork or parliamentary protests, the country's LTE auction has faltered on the starting blocks - and it looks like everyone thinks that's a good thing.
The Revolution is almost here, according to the Spanish smartphone firm.
Strict legislation in the Belgian capital meant that the home of the European Commission is only now getting access to LTE - but citywide coverage is still at least a year away.
With its new Potsdam building, the software behemoth hopes to tap into the area's universities and startups.
The European Commission has pledged to produce a timeline for the globalisation of ICANN, the US-headquartered body that manages top level domains on the net.
Spain's biggest telecoms firm was found to have breached two rules regarding prices and access to SMS services.