The ruling involving an Estonian news site has prompted concern that it undermines EU rules protecting online intermediaries.
Belgium's privacy regulator is taking to the courts to make itself heard
Amazon has published its first transparency report, years after some of its rivals
One upgrade is leading to another for IT staff at DKRZ, as a faster supercomputer threatens to flood an existing storage system with data
The French National Assembly agreed to let spies gather data about phone calls and Internet use
Senators are concerned at the powerthat search engine algorithms have to influence the French economy
The highly anticipated smartwatch went on presale this morning and is already sold out until June.
IBM aims to eliminate clutter and understand the user's needs with its Verse web interface for email
Valeo and Safran expect self-driving cars on the roads by 2020, but on the way they must navigate stop lights, pedestrians ... and cannons.
Huawei Technologies is busy partnering with companies in Europe and elsewhere to grow its enterprise hardware business
Sitting between a PC and a wall outlet, SensyBee can turn a PC off completely, potentially saving up to 50 watts.
There's no real-time energy tracking with this app, but it's handy for reading awkwardly placed meters and for budgeting for future bills
IBM is ready to sell the first sentiment analytics service that draws on a partnership it formed with Twitter last October
Since its demo at last year's Cebit, Circuit has become a real service, changed its name and picked up some paying customers
Alibaba's Jack Ma booked his first booth at Cebit 14 years ago. From that humble beginning, China's marketplace is now the star of the show