Microsoft is undoing in Europe some of the restrictive cloud-licensing policies it first announced in 2019, which made running its software more expensive on its competitors' clouds.
Frankfurt facility will support the Chinese tech giant's customers across Europe, offering various cloud services including artificial intelligence and database.
Western intelligence blames Russia for taking down Viasat, as well as deploying malware and defacing Ukrainian websites.
The new provision enables the German Federal Cartel Office to intervene earlier and more effectively against the practices of large digital companies.
The EU regulators claim the investigation will inform future applications of the new Digital Markets Act.
Enterprise Singapore and Business Sweden launch an initiative to help startups and technology small and midsize businesses from the Asian nation offer their products to other Nordic countries through Sweden.
RaidForums' UK-based founder Diogo Santos Coelho could be extradited to the US on charges of conspiracy, access device fraud, and aggravated identify theft.
The move will bolster Bosch's presence in the autonomous vehicle market.
After €50 million in fines, Apple has changed its App Store policies again.
The new framework's details are yet to be released.
The upcoming digital rules seek to blacklist certain practices used by tech giants to 'put an end' to their ever-increasing dominance
Bilateral partnership between the two countries aims to cover various digital and green initiatives, including financial innovation, smart transport, cybersecurity, carbon trading, and artificial intelligence.