Price cuts will take effect as Europeans head abroad for their summer holidays
A Parliamentary committee has stuck by an earlier pledge to protect people's rights to information.
Trade group PIN-SME wants an end to practices it says lock SMEs in to IE and bar them from cloud computing.
Lobby group ACT says changing the status quo would harm software developers working on the Microsoft platform.
Microsoft rivals line up to join the European Commission's battle over the browser market
Customer demands his purchasing history is kept out of the BT-run system
EU action shows a growing trend in the government monitoring how Internet companies use people's private data
Monopoly abuse confirmed in the Internet access market in France while Commission considers fresh antitrust complaint
The move strengthens the European Commission in its fight against national regulator favoritism of local firms
Expansion of the email tools worldwide coincides with Gmail's fifth anniversary
A European commissioner calls for a "new green deal" for Europe, with the IT industry playing a large role
Consumer affairs commissioner won't accept a "world wild west" when it comes to people's online data
Efforts to clamp down on illegal downloaders appear to have lost out to citizens' rights champions in a telecom law debate
The European Union will first negotiate with the Obama administration before filing a complaint with the WTO
The European Commission is secretly sympathetic to internet firms' concerns about a two-speed internet