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RBS and NatWest customers that own the latest iPhone models can start logging in with their fingerprints.
A shared digital space requires trust, so why has the French government introduced stricter online surveillance laws and how will it affect enterprises online behaviour?
Apple's share of smartphone shipments in Western Europe grew 15 percent last year, putting the company within range of overtaking Samsung.
Italian big data users are out there - but they tend to be whales, not minnows.
Lima's clever aggregated system allows you to bring together all your spare storage space in one place, regardless of whether it's on your Windows desktop or Android phone.
Finnish operator Ukkoverkot breaks the European 4G download speed record and aims to launch the fastest mobile network in Europe.
An experimental project called i-Locate is looking to become the indoor equivalent of Open Street Map, by allowing users to customise their navigation.
A number of Dutch government websites went dark yesterday after an online assault.
In Spain, where smartphone use is the norm and peer-to-peer lending is taking off, banks' shift from payment processors to financial services advisors is particularly noticeable.
The UK government has published guidlines for the use of computer hacking by the intelligence and security services.
ARM has acquired another Internet of Things startup that will improve the security of its mbed OS.
Finnish startup Verkotan acquired mobile equipment testing facilities from Microsoft to offer wireless and 5G performance testing in Northern Europe.
The first Ubuntu phone will go on sale online in Europe on Monday, albeit to a limited number of users, as part of an attempt to build momentum behind Ubuntu as a mobile OS.
A group of experts convened by Google to look into the right to be forgotten has largely found in favour of the search engine's status quo.
While 5G is yet to be standardized, Estonia's mobile operators are already beginning to experiment with the technology.
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