Intel lodged an appeal of the European Commission's antitrust ruling against it with Europe's second highest court Wednesday, arguing that the regulator failed...
Skype Thursday urged regulators to intervene to ensure that users aren't blocked from using their mobile phones to access phone calls via the internet.
The EC believes an alleged cartel in the market for LCD screens extends around the world, an official said Tuesday.
The European Commission's efforts to internationalize ICANN governance were criticized by trade groups for failing to consider the private sector.
European laws governing the digitization of content need a major re-working to keep Europe relevant in the digital age, said a European commissioner.
Viviane Reding was renominated to the European Commission Wednesday, but it is uncertain if she be able to continue in her current role.
Plans to update the rules governing industry standard technologies in Europe have been both lauded for and accused of bias in favor of open-source software.
Sweden took over the rotating six month presidency of the E.U. this week, promising to push hard for an agreement on the creation of a single E.U.-wide patent
The cost of calling and sending text messages on your mobile phone from abroad in the E.U. became cheaper Wednesday, as a new roaming law came into force.
Lack of political vision and weak internal coordination at the EC have held Europe back in online services said a trade group EDiMA Tuesday.
A universal charger that powers all cell phones is being developed in Europe, according to a European Commissioner.
.Eu web addresses can offer non-ASCII characters in their web addresses for the first time, the European Commission said Friday
The EC is warning countries not to go it alone in broadband upgrades.
EU took a step toward creating a pan-European IT system for security and surveillance Wednesday.
Social-networking sites, and in some instances their users, must keep the privacy of the people whose information they exchange on line.