E-Plus is upgrading its infrastructure with dual cells, doubling its theoretical maximum speed to 42Mpbs.
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The German market earned Amazon around €6.8bn in 2012 – however because of European tax rules, the company only paid €3m in taxes in the country. German politicians are now calling for a change in tax law.
LibreOffice has got a vote of confidence from South Tyrol. Over the course of the next three years, the government plans on replacing Microsoft Office on 7,000 machines with the open source alternative, saving up to €600,000 in licensing costs.
Amazon has suffered another strike in Germany, with workers at the logistics centres in Leipzig and Bad Hersfeld walking out over pay and conditions.
Staff at Amazon's site in Leipzig went on a one day strike on Monday, demanding better working conditions and industry-standard wages.
German journalists discovered that a minor security flaw could have given them control over several hundred industrial systems connected directly to the internet.
A regional court in Germany has ruled that Facebook is not subject to German privacy law, thanks to being headquartered in Dublin.
Apple has seen its gesture-based unblocking system invalidated by Germany's federal patent court.
Although the so-called 'Google tax' has lost its most important features, it's on its way to becoming law, creating uncertainty for freelance journalists and business opportunities for lawyers.
ZTE has lost the first round in a patent battle against fellow Chinese telecoms company Huawei in a German court. ZTE plans, of course, to appeal the decision and is telling customers not to worry.