The European Union has an increasingly important role in setting policy around technology, from broadband to mobile to online privacy.
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From the right to be forgotten to data sovereignty, Europe's plans for new data protection laws raise some tricky issues for the cloud industry and all its customer companies.
Experts in Italy are working on proposals that will set out web users' rights and obligations – a draft bill that could eventually be adopted across Europe.
Chinese-French smartphone maker has already made its mark in the Hexagon, and now it's got its sights set on taking its unique recipe for smartphone sales further afield.
In 2009, Oslo became the first city to get 4G. Now, the operator that made it possible plans to beat its rollout deadline with a little rock and roll.
On sharing startups (and a sense of cool): How Berlin and Tel Aviv's tech scenes are growing together
How the two cities are fostering unique and synergistic startup ecosystems.
The House of Lords has approved a long overdue copyright 'exception', making it legal to copy content for personal use.
Google has revealed the pains of complying with Europe's right to be forgotten ruling in a letter to European data watchdogs.
With Microsoft's cash in its pocket, Nokia can't seem to stop acquiring at the moment.
A new round of questions from European regulators suggests the EC is angling for its incoming competition commissioner to launch an official probe into Android this year.
The Polish levy paid on blank storage media to compensate rightsholders for piracy should be added to even more hardware, according to the country's composers and writers.
The incumbent mobile operator has been running a LTE-A showcase in Turin, giving consumers a taste of the network they can expect later this year.
The City of London police will start pasting banners on copyright-infringing sites warning users to go elsewhere.
With Europe's economies now heading out of recession, venture capitalists are getting their wallets out once again.
Data collected by the likes of the NSA in a manner that would be forbidden in the Netherlands can still be used by the country's government, according to a recent court ruling.