Former Microsoft bastion Hamburg's decision is particularly telling, say observers.
With half a million downloads and a controversy over its sexist icons, Italy's Immuni is out.
Germany is notoriously picky about digital privacy, but official warnings over video meetings have just sown confusion.
StopCovid launches tomorrow, and it will not use the API put forward by Apple and Google.
Coronavirus isolation has given Norwegian company No Isolation's sales a 20-fold boost.
Capgemini is now also supporting the No More Ransom Project.
Over 2,000 customers' credit-card details have been accessed by "highly sophisticated" hackers.
Munich's flip-flop back to open source is the latest sign of Germany's political sea change over proprietary software.
Fresenius says despite IT system disruption, patient care is carrying on as normal.
What started as a hackathon in Estonia turned into something much bigger.
A Czech mapping system called 'Smart Quarantine' is helping ease tough restrictive measures and curb the outbreak.
Hackers hijacked a small number of Mail.ee accounts "belonging to persons of interest to a foreign country."
CERN gives thousands of aging CPU cores a new lease on life by putting them to work on Folding@home.
Estonian startup Pactum's says Walmart is already using its AI negotiating tool.
Bulgaria-based social enterprise Humans in the Loop provides digital skills training for migrants from conflict zones.
At about 50 miles from the Arctic Circle, the frequent -25C (-13F) winter temperatures make the question of how to keep equipment racks cool less of an issue for the Hydro 66 datacenter.
Double-digit growth does not get you a place at the top table of Central Europe's startups. To get a place on Deloitte's recent Central Europe rankings from its Technology Fast 50 report, which classes startups according to revenue growth between 2011 and 2014, you need triple-digit growth at least.. This year's top 10 features companies from all over the region.
Europe's budget tablet brands have constantly improved their products over the past years. Now, they're among the first to cross the finish line in announcing Windows 10 tablets.
One million of the programmable boards will be given to schoolchilden, as part of a project backed by ARM, Microsoft, Samsung, and more.
In a small town in Italy, a huge site dedicated to all things Apple is poised to open its doors. Here's a sneak peek at what's on show.
Germany's CeBIT trade show is one of the biggest dates in the enterprise technology calendar. Here's what going down in Hannover this year.
Trials of two autonomous vehicles have kicked off in a number of places across the country - but while they'll be carrying passengers, the driverless cars aren't taking to the roads just yet.
The Spain Startup South Summit 2014 conference recently took place in Madrid, where fledgling companies from a variety of industries mixed with investment groups and startup accelerators. ZDNet looks at some of the brightest tech startups on show.
The Spanish telco's largest facility is based outside the Spanish capital. ZDNet was invited along to see inside.
Apple has finally opened its new flagship store in the centre of Madrid. ZDNet went along to the opening.
With Nokia's devices business soon to be a Microsoft business, Finland's most well-known smartphone maker Jolla will begin selling its first smartphones later on today, with a little help from Finnish mobile operator DNA.
Italian oil company ENI has just opened a new datacentre that's aiming to beat Google's PUE record. ZDNet went to take a look.
This week saw the opening of the biggest datacentre in Europe – a new facility in the Portuguese city of Covilhã. ZDNet went for a look around.
Digital Realty has opened up a new Tier 3 datacentre 17 miles south west of the capital.
What will be the next big thing? As cellular carriers merge and become stronger, mobile makers may not survive. Will big data analytics take off, and will 3D printing arrive with a bevy of legal and ethical issues? Here's a look ahead at 2013 and what we can expect.
The mobile video experience in the US has improved, but it's still worse than Canada's or Mexico's.
More Google Shopping rivals line up to complain that Google isn't complying with a 2017 European anti-competition order.
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.