France's "three strikes" antipiracy law has been cleared by the country's Constitutional Council
A French government agency has warned that measures should be taken to reduce exposure to radio signals-- although, it said there is no proof they affect health
The French Senate has approved a draft bill to ban pupils from using mobile phones in primary schools and middle schools.
Russian WiMax operator Yota will soon begin offering its customers a WiMax terminal that can make VOIP calls and hand them over to a GSM network.
Chinese companies are favoring flashy stands and product displays, while U.S. vendors favor 'customer intimacy' at ITU Telecom World in Geneva.
International leaders discussed the possibility of a world war on the Internet at the opening of the ITU Telecom World exhibition and forum in Geneva on Monday.
Xerox will buy business process outsourcer Affiliated Computer Services for US$6.4 billion.
Xerox has agreed to buy business process outsourcer Affiliated Computer Services for $6.4B
The French National Assembly has adopted a law criminalizing file-sharing and now it awaits the signature of President Nicolas Sarkozy.
UPDATE: Dell will make Perot Systems its global services delivery division.
Dell has agreed to buy Perot Systems for around $3.9 billion in cash.
The French government has taken a step closer to passing a revised "three strikes" antipiracy law
Deutsche Telekom and France Télécom have entered exclusive negotiations to merge T-Mobile UK and Orange UK.
The Italian antitrust authority has enlarged its investigation of Google Italy's business practices to encompass those of its U.S. parent company.