The European Commission has formally charged Microsoft with monopoly abuse over the way it bundles its Internet Explorer browser with Windows.
The European Parliament has voted to implement biometric passports in the EU, starting June 29.
The distinction between a printer and a copier, or a phone from a TV, in Europe could affect the duty charged.
The European Court of First Instance has agreed to allow interventions in Microsoft's appeal of the fine it incurred for...
The EC is asking Intel and Google to help it review its data privacy laws.
AMD accuses Intel of trying to stall the EU's antitrust case against the company.
Plans to reform Europe's legal landscape for the telecoms industry remain on track, after nearly being derailed at a meeting...
European telecommunications ministers gave their backing on Thursday to a plan to cap retail prices for sending SMS messages.
Obvious design mistakes caused the EU's Europeana Web site to fail during its launch.
The question of how to assess patentability of software-related inventions has been sent to the European Patent Office's...
In an effort to crack down on Internet child porn, the EU will create an online alert platform that people can use to report...
The European Commission has criticized Belgium's national telecoms regulator for not enforcing effective competition in the market for fixed phone lines.
A trade group study of the EU finds that open software is being shut out of public procurements.
The EU wants to take lead in 'Web 3.0' technology, says the telecom commissioner.