The European Union has an increasingly important role in setting policy around technology, from broadband to mobile to online privacy.
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The University of Surrey's 5G Innovation Centre will put emerging mobile technologies through their paces.
If the deal does go through, it could impact several European countries and beyond the continent too.
The Italian region of Tuscany has overhauled its online services presence, hoping locals will respond to a mixture of apps, open data, and more.
Apple has warned investors that its results may be adversely impacted by changes to tax legislation in Ireland.
Ahead of Vodafone's faster 4G roll out, EE has switched on its improved 4G network in central London.
The Hungarian ruling party has removed a planned levy on internet traffic from its proposed budget.
As hype builds over the potential of drones in business, Europe is looking at when and where rules need to be put in place.
The next phase of the government's £150m investment in free wi-fi is rolling out, with the scheme on track to be completed "as soon as March 2015".
Europe's incoming digital commissioner is threatening Google again, this time with a copyright levy if it takes European content for its own.
Data retention laws in Sweden looked dead a few months ago, but it's alive and kicking with all but one ISP resuming the collection of user data to aid law enforcement investigations.
The growth across smartphone sales in the big five European markets is outpacing that of Microsoft's mobile platform.
As Hungarians take to the streets to protest about a proposed levy on internet traffic, both sides set out their arguments.
Nokia's working on a new technology that could curb the amount of data idle apps use, and so make smartphone batteries last longer.
The US enjoys a fleeting moment as a country known for fast broadband, at least in one analyst's assessment.