The E.U. orders portable music player makers to add a default volume setting of around 80 decibels (dB) and a health warning.
A senior European judge said Google hasn't infringed trademark rights by allowing advertisers to buy keywords featuring brands
The European Commission unveiled e-mails that its antitrust officials describe as "smoking gun" evidence of Intel's antitrust abuse.
Microsoft and Yahoo are in talks with European regulators about their planned search tie-up to establish whether the deal needs a formal probe.
EU-US talks on a new bank data accord spark fury in Europe.
Intel asks Europe's second highest court to annul the European Commission's antitrust ruling against it.
Google is making it as easy as possible for people to quit its Web services in a bid to increase trust in cloud computing.
E.U.'s mobile-phone industry signed up to a Europe-wide road accident alert system designed to reduce fatalities and accidents on the continent's roads.
Over half of online sellers of gadgets such as phones and cameras are suspected of having broken consumer protection laws, according to the European Commission
Google has made concessions to address European publishers' concerns about its book digitization project
The European Commission opened an indepth investigation into Oracle's planned $7.4 billion takeover of Sun Thursday.
The European Commission, the EU's top antitrust authority, will conduct an in-depth investigation of Oracle's planned acquisition of Sun, it said Thursday.
New rules for online sales in the EU risk sparking a wave of litigation between e-commerce companies like eBay and the makers of luxury goods.
European lawmakers reached agreement on radio spectrum for new mobile Internet services, while ensuring that regular mobile phone services are not compromised.
Microsoft's offer to settle its antitrust issues with the European Commission was given a cautious welcome by the company's principal antagonist Friday.