Starting a tech business in Europe is still harder than in the US, but things are looking up, an investor said
Google was cleared of infringement but the patent was not declared invalid
Advertisers can use a single interface to promote downloads of their mobile apps in other apps or directly from Twitter timelines
Google Glass could be useful for tasks like cutting up a car to free a trapped person, the fire department said
Axonix' ambition is to compete with Google, Facebook and Twitter in the mobile ad space
A Brussels court has ordered Uber to stop operating its UberPOP ride-sharing service in Brussels, local media report
The company is soon to become a registered e-money firm in Ireland, paving the way into the EU
Other European countries were not so quick to suspend enforcement after an EU court ruled that data retention laws violate privacy
The country had allowed its residents to engage in this practice, but no longer. Lawsuits are now expected.
Other ISPs should also delete communications metadata following the Court of Justice's ruling, Swedish ISP Bahnhof said
UK agencies haven't the 'slightest interest' in examining emails and phone calls, a report says
Rules requiring telcos to retain communications metadata are disproportionate, the court said
Sony, Universal Music and Warner are going after vKontakte, alleging wholesale copyright infringement.
Microsoft wants the government to adopt two formats, ODF and OOXML, but critics say that would be unwise
The Document Foundation project aims to develop tools for converting files from proprietary to open formats