Google Cloud announces new partnerships, features and tools with the aim of wooing more European customers.
The UK's capital is one of the most popular cities in the world for deals involving American VC firms, Brexit or no Brexit.
Microsoft will roll out new cloud contractual terms after EU regulators found the old ones violated privacy laws.
Ending support for the Cortana app in certain countries is Microsoft's latest step in repositioning its assistant.
Giving everyone in the UK access to the fastest broadband for free could have a transformative effect on the country.
Elon Musk announced this week that Tesla will be building a Gigafatory in Berlin, contradicting previous hints that he would make the UK its manufacturing base in Europe.
Slovenian €15m Tesla-based battery scheme is also the first in the Balkans.
A money-saving app uses crowdlending and cryptocurrencies to improve your bank balance.
Romania's OMV Petrom is using soft power to get employees to use its new data-analytics tools.
A joint response to security threats will be a key part of the future relationship says Europe's chief Brexit negotiator.
Eager to catch up with the rest of the world on 5G, Europe is claiming the right to make bold technological choices. But its member states remain open to Huawei, leaving the fate of the global standard up to the UK.
Europe wants to build its own cloud computing giants, but without greater clarity and a lot more ambition it isn't likely to get very far.
Exclusive: Vulnerability would have allowed attackers to pose as any EU citizen or business.
European tech markets will experience slowing growth in 2020, according to Forrester's latest forecast for the European tech market as a whole and for tech markets in the eight largest countries.
Estonia's startups are racing to hire but they're plagued by a shortage of skilled tech labor.
European law enforcement has smashed everything from Dark Web marketplaces to ATM skimmer rings.
Video games gave Eastern Europeans an escape from the harsh realities of everyday life, yet few had the opportunity to play them.
Fitted inside telephone cases, or even toy organs, these Speccy replicas were less expensive but arguably more creative than the original Sinclair ZX Spectrum.
The Nordic countries' low outside temperatures, cheap power, and stable economies are proving hard for tech giants to resist when it comes to siting new datacenters.
With high salaries, low living costs, and warp-speed internet, Bucharest is an appealing destination for techies.
Norway's newest white-space data center has opened in a former mine. Lefdal Mine Datacenter could become the world's largest once of three of its five levels are filled.
Coke 2, Bic's 'she-pen', and Nokia's 'taco phone' N-gage probably shouldn't have been released, but they shouldn't be forgotten either.
FC Barcelona is focusing on data analysis to give it an edge on the soccer field and at the bank.
If you want to take a walk round the shop of the future, a good place to start is a supermarket located in the Bicocca district of Milan, Italy. There, thanks to a blend of gaming technologies, IoT and cloud computing, you can seamlessly interact with the products that interest you and make better buying choices.
Inside an 11-storey datacenter in the heart of London's Docklands.
Sure, you can take down a drone wirelessly or even with a trained falcon. But wouldn't you rather use a massive Nerf gun that can shoot down the target by trapping it in a net?
Researchers have collected five years of imagery from a pair of satellites to create a 3D map of Earth that captures its mountains and valleys with unprecedented precision.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has shared a series of pictures from the social network's datacenter site up near the Arctic Circle in Sweden.
This new exhibition at London's Science Museum looks to help people explore the "invisible revolution of big data" and inspire the data scientists of the future.
These images show what a smartphone can achieve as a microscope, using the 1.5mm-thick Blips lenses from Italian startup Smart Micro Optics.
ZDNet's Scott Fulton explains that as the European Union pivots toward a political policy of “technological sovereignty,” Great Britain faces a huge decision: To be one-fourth of a would-be superpower, or strike out as a free agent. The US isn’t helping much. So, the UK’s choice could determine whether 5G wireless remains a global standard or fragments into two, or maybe three, vendor-driven derivatives. Read more: https://zd.net/2NO4wki
Google's case is similar to 19 years ago -- when Microsoft was found guilty of exclusionary conduct
Bulgaria is on its way to becoming a leading fintech technology hub in southeast Europe.
Daphne Leprince-Ringuet tells Karen Roby about a recent study that shows that Europe, despite boasting many assets, is losing ground to the US and China in the technology race. The reason? It doesn't have the right mindset. Read more: https://zd.net/2Pjz3IT
It is Huawei's first 5G research centre in Europe.
Germany's BSI tested Firefox, Chrome, IE, and Edge. Firefox was only browser to pass all minimum requirements for mandatory security features.
French cyber-security agency warns of cyberattacks against service providers and engineering offices.
You might think electricity and liquids don't mix, but an immersive-cooling company has other ideas.
If you're on Fortinet, Palo Alto, Pulse Secure, patch now, warns UK spy agency
Albanian gangs are using fintech. Law enforcement says it needs a new approach to tackle the problem.
Microsoft poses threat to Germany's digital sovereignty, warns the study.
Prize-winning LiDAR system can precisely measure how much waste ships bring into ports.
Browser maker Brave says Google is leaking personal data to thousands of advertisers to serve targeted ads.
What was seen as one of the best ways to regulate social-media giants like Facebook has just fallen apart in a Düsseldorf court.
European Court of Justice: Websites using Facebook 'Like' button responsible for the user data they send to Facebook.
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