Microprocessor maker Qualcomm is spending its way out of a stagnating mobile phone industry, offering to buy NXP Semiconductors, a company with a strong position in automotive chips, for over US$37 billion.
Privacy Shield, the legal agreement allowing businesses to export Europeans' personal information to the U.S., is under fire.
IBM is ditching the SoftLayer brand for its public cloud infrastructure, replacing it with Bluemix, the name it uses for the rest of its cloud services portfolio.
London is next in line to receive the Link high-speed Wi-Fi service that briefly brought high-speed porn to the streets of New York.
An artificial intelligence system designed to predict the outcomes of cases at the European Court of Human Rights would side with the human judges 79 percent of the time.
The French Constitutional Council has taken another look at a new security law it waved through in July 2015, and found it wanting.
Corda, a distributed ledger platform developed by a finance industry consortium, will go open source next month when its developers donate the code to the Linux Foundation's Hyperledger Project.
Bangalore-based consulting firm Wipro is buying Appirio to catch up with Accenture and Deloitte in the cloud applications business.
Intel's hope of recovering a record antitrust fine have improved with a recommendation from a top European Union judge on Thursday that the case be reviewed.
A new educational foundation hopes to introduce children worldwide to coding, using a tiny single-board computer that has changed the way coding is taught in schools across the U.K.
The U.K.'s spy agencies breached the European Convention on Human Rights for years by secretly collecting almost everything about British citizens' communications except their content, a U.K. court has ruled.
The Royal Navy is testing just how much robot craft can do by themselves in military exercises off the British coast.
British lawmakers want more transparency and less bias in decision-making -- not their own, of course, but in decisions made by AI systems.
French freedom of information law now treats source code as disclosable in the same way as other government records.
Software developer Nexedi is so keen to see Apple improve the rendering engine in its iPhone browser that it's filed suit against the company in a French court.
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