The Federation of German Consumer Organizations said the verdict is a milestone for data protection in the Facebook era
The LED lighting system uses lighting fixtures that form a dense network that acts as a positioning grid and lets retailers send location-based data to shoppers via an app, according to Philips.
European's emails should not have to travel across the Atlantic, Merkel said
Hyperlinks do not infringe on copyrights, the Court of Justice of the European Union said
Undercover police also received a request to extort and kill someone, the Dutch Public Prosecution Service said.
Dutch authorities declined to say how the site was seized, if anybody was arrested and what was sold on the site.
People will be able to transfer funds from around 200 countries to users of Vodafone's mobile money transfer service M-Pesa
The DOJ closed its investigation of whether Samsung was abusing patents to block competitors imports when an import restriction was vetoed
If left unchallenged this ruling will endanger the entire business model of registering domain names, the registrar said.
Intellectual Ventures will get another chance in the retrial
IPCom alleges that Apple infringed on its patent relating to the control of access to 3G mobile networks
It's the third patent deal Google announces within 10 days
The country's Federal Prosecutor General has received several complaints over Germany's involvement in the NSA's spying program
The GPU and the CPU can work together to quickly handle very large data sets, LibreOffice said
The companies plan to deliver an unmatched scientific product lifecycle management solution