By rejecting amendments to a bill on net neutrality, the European Parliament has all but ensured that in the European Union the net will be neutral in name only, critics say.
The EU Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) is now studying the security vulnerabilities of smart cars, smart airports and smart hospitals.
Spinning off some of its activities into separate companies under the Alphabet umbrella isn't going to make Google's problems with Europe's top antitrust authority go away: European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager still has the company in her sights.
U.S. ISPs deliver on their download speed promises -- unlike European ones, which on average deliver only 80 percent of the download speed they advertise.
Bitcoin exchanges do not have to charge value-added tax on the commissions they levy when exchanging bitcoins for conventional currencies, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled Thursday.
Buyers of Dell and Hewlett-Packard PCs may have paid over the odds for their optical drives between 2004 and 2008 as a result of a cartel arrangement between eight component manufacturers
Hard disk drive specialist Western Digital has agreed to buy flash memory vendor Sandisk for $19 billion.
In passing the Judicial Redress Act, U.S. legislators have extended to European citizens in the U.S. the same rights to judicial redress as U.S. citizens have in the case of data privacy violations by the police, removing one of the obstacles to the creation of a new Safe Harbor agreement on transatlantic transfers of personal information.
Ireland's Data Protection Commissioner has agreed to investigate a complaint alleging that Facebook gave U.S. intelligence agencies bulk access to its users' personal data.
European data protection authorities have given the European Commission and national governments three months to come up with an alternative to the Safe Harbor agreement swept away two weeks ago by a ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Google Books, the project to digitize the world's printed works, is fair use under US copyright law, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.
Germany once again requires telcos and ISPs to make user data available to law enforcement, after a previous law and the EU directive on which it was based were declared unconstitutional.
Forget waiting overnight for your 3D printer to finish: Canon has a job on the go that may take it a couple of years -- building its own 3D printer.
Canon is experimenting with new CCTV tools that allow cameras to follow you everywhere you go -- or make them blind to your presence
Twitter will work better with a "nimbler" engineering team, Dorsey tells staff.