German privacy regulators have welcomed a proposal to extend laws protecting Germans' right to privacy to cover use of their own image and that of their homes in...
Web site operators will be able to register domain names written entirely in Chinese characters, including the final characters to the right of the last dot, in...
Pornography will have its own top-level domain, dot-XXX, the board of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers decided Friday.
A French business school plans to trade Google Apps, used by around half its staff and students, for Microsoft's rival Live@edu service.
Google claims it picked up only 'fragments' of personal data.
AC100 "smartbook" runs Android 2.1 and strays off the beaten path with two 7-inch touchscreens in a clamshell case.
Wi-Fi traffic intercepted by Google's Street View cars included passwords and e-mail, according to the French National Commission on Computing and Liberty...
A French hosting company is looking to place its servers in homes and offices with broadband connections to reduce data center costs.
European Commissioner Neelie Kroes warned governments and businesses to avoid vendors that try to lock them in with proprietary technology.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that an E.U. regulation capping roaming charges is valid, and does apply in the U.K.
The safety of PVC, BRFs and other chemicals used by the electronics industry should be reviewed, the European Parliament's Environment Committee says.
Hewlett-Packard has announced plans to cut 9,000 jobs as it restructures its enterprise services business and automates the services it offers enterprise...
Hewlett-Packard has announced plans to cut 9,000 jobs as it restructures its enterprise services business and automates the services.
Bull has just turned on a new supercomputer for the French Atomic Energy Authority that it hopes will reach a peak performance of 1.25 petaflops later this year
Data protection authorities in France and Italy will investigate Google's Street View service, following the company's admission that it recorded Wi-Fi traffic