Tesla's Elon Musk wants a car from Germany that fits Europe's cramped parking and lets it say it makes affordable cars.
The Right to Repair movement is geared toward improving consumer choice and increasing confidence.
According to a new report, companies might have to pay a heavy price to be able to process the personal data of EU citizens.
Microsoft vows to pay users if it discloses their data following a government request that violates Europe's privacy laws.
GAIA-X, Europe's cloud project, is not moving fast enough to compete in the saturated cloud-hosting market, says a new report.
The European Commission says it believes that Amazon's behavior is anti-competitive and detrimental to smaller vendors.
Data transfers from the EU to the UK might be unlawful in as soon as two months, but legal advisers and business owners are still in limbo when it comes to best practices.
Google Cloud’s CEO says the partnership is the “first of its kind.”
CERN will walk developers through implementing quantum algorithms on IBM and D-Wave quantum computers.
Amazon Web Services is increasing its European presence with a new AWS region in Switzerland
Germany had been asking and pushing EU officials for an official statement and sanctions against Russia since earlier this year.
The decision comes a few weeks ahead of the country's 5G auction.
The latest official advice for businesses is not preparing them effectively for the data issues that are looming.
Raids took place last week at 15 locations in Germany and at a connected company in Romania.
Orange and Proximus will use Nordic network equipment instead.
Microsoft and Intel have come together to show strength in numbers with a pop-up shop that's carrying the largest single collection of Windows 8 machines in Scandinavia.
From reindeer stew to a wall of Nokia's greatest hits, here's a look inside Nokia's global HQ, not far from the Finnish capital of Helsinki.
During the year, we have seen the destruction of SOPA and PIPA but the emergence of CISPA and similar laws around the world, a growing trend in hacks and scams, an explosion in malware, and states committing cyberwarfare on their friends and foes. Here's a run-down of what happened in 2012.
ZDNet.com.au takes a peek behind the scenes at the security specialist's European anti-malware operation in Dublin.
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.
European officials have changed their position on what happens to .eu domains after Brexit.
Tirana's Pyramid building has had quite a journey since it was created to honor Albania's communist dictator.
Source of the data breach appears to be the country's National Revenue Agency.
Galileo Initial Services have been restored, days after an equipment malfunction caused the outage.
Tech companies making €750 million globally and €25 million in France will have to pay the new tax.
As the trade dispute goes on, Chinese tech giant Huawei is pushing on with efforts in regions like the Balkans.
Meet Europe's new supercomputer: MareNostrum 5 takes on global rivals for power. Read more: https://zd.net/2ILlpJQ
More than 20 European fact-checking outlets are participating in Facebook's initiative.