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IBM has opened its thirteenth new datacenter in 10 months, this time bolstering its capacity in western Europe with a new facility the Netherlands.
Amazon and DHL are piloting a scheme that will see deliveries made straight to Audi owners' vehicles - whether they're there or not.
A number of tech and car-making's biggest names are in the frame over the sale of Nokia's mapping and navigation unit.
Belgian cable company Telent will take the third-placed operator off KPN's hands.
Twitter has announced that from May 18, all of its non-American user data will be handled under Irish law.
Google, Yandex, and Microsoft have already all set up datacentres in Nokia's homeland. With natural advantages in energy, climate, and tax, could Finland be the promised land for datacentres?
Microsoft has pushed out another low-end Lumia for emerging markets and one of Windows Phone's hotspots in Europe, Italy.
Google says it's getting beaten by Amazon in shopping search, but whether this matters to the EU remains to be seen.
Internet.org is for everyone in the world, according to its CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
'No politics, no nonsense': Can Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent put the past behind them with €15.6bn merger?
Two titans of the networking world are looking to a merger to give them a fresh chance to tackle the ever-changing world of telecoms.
Google has been accused of illegally using its dominance in search in the European market to favour its own services and harm rivals.
Opera has released a new version of its Mini browser for Android, bringing down a number features from its full Opera browser to older Android devices.
Despite being based on a 1980s architecture, Digital Core Design's new 8-bit microcontroller is speedier than its rivals.
Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent have confirmed they're in advanced talks over a potential full merger, which could create a giant network equipment vendor better positioned to compete with Ericsson, Huawei, and Cisco.
A repository of CointVault ransomware decryption keys obtained by the Dutch police from a seized server have been shared online by security company Kaspersky.
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