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 German telco is building out its central European portfolio, amid speculation further buyouts are on the way.
Thanks to insurers offering discounts to drivers with connected cars, the IoT sector is bucking the downward trend seen elsewhere in Italy's ICT market.
Telco UPC is planning to have 500,000 of its customers sharing their networks before too long.
A French judge has refused to suspend an order obliging Google to publish a notice saying it had been fined for breaches of the French data protection act.
Jolla's new Other Half backplates and its SDK may go some way to explaining to consumers what the concept is really about.
The search giant is fighting a ruling that could see it fined €150,000 and forced to make changes to its French homepage.
Passengers on Germany's biggest carrier will soon be able to use mobile roaming for texts and data while airborne.
Patent-licensing firm IPCom claims Apple is infringing on its mobile technology patents.
Amazon is opening five fulfilment centres in Poland and the the Czech Republic, and trade unions are already concerned.
Denial of service and hacking attacks used to test coordination between banks in Walking Shark II exercise
Microsoft's efforts to allow foreign customers to move their data to non-U.S. regional datacenters could increase the scope of NSA surveillance, academics and lawyers suggest.
After over three years of talks, proposals and counter-proposals, the European Commission and Google have finally agreed on a way to settle the long-running search antitrust probe.
A working quantum computer took a step closer this week with the announcement of improvements in detecting and subsequently correcting errors that occur during the storage process of quantum states.
A difficult economy and falling revenues from traditional services are having an impact on the company's bottom line.
NHS visitors in search of health information were met with viruses or adverts instead.