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Google facing a new antitrust complaint in the EU
Search giant Google is now facing another antitrust complaint in the EU, this time from mobile app marketplace company Aptoide.
EU, South Korea team up for future '5G' wireless networks
The European Union and South Korea have teamed up to develop future '5G' mobile wireless networks, which will be the fastest on the planet.
Intel loses appeal against 1.06 billion euro fine from 2009 anti-monopoly case
Major chipmaker Intel has lost their appeal of a massive 1.06 billion euro fine handed down by the European Union five years ago.
EU: Google, Facebook must abide by EU data protection and privacy rules
European Union ministers have agreed that firms located outside the European Union must abide by data protection and privacy rules within the 28-member bloc.
Europe, Brazil planning massive undersea cable to avoid U.S. spying
The European Union and Brazil have agreed this week to create a massive undersea communications cable between Lisbon, Portugal and Fortaleza, Brazil that will help the nations avoid spying from the U.S.
Google avoids huge EU fine with antitrust settlement
Google has reached a settlement with the European Commission that includes commitments to change its business practices, avoiding a potentially massive fine.
EU telecoms unhappy with reform plans
Telecom firms in the European Union are asking the European Commission to reconsider plans to reform the sector across the 28-nation bloc.
EU and Google nearing settlement in anti-trust case
The European Commission has indicated that it is closer to a settlement with search giant Google in a three-year old anti-trust probe.
Europe to scrap mobile roaming charges
The European Commission is plotting the death of mobile roaming charges through the 28-nation bloc by 2016.
Online retail sales will double in Europe by 2018, research firm says
Market research firm Mintel is predicting that online retail sales will double in Europe by 2018, with Amazon in a prime position to benefit.
European net speed much lower than advertised: European Commission
The European Commission has revealed results of tests that show European broadband Internet speeds run an average of 25 percent slower than advertised.
EU roaming fees drop on Monday
Roaming fees in the European Union will be cut by up to a third depending on where you are visiting, under continued EU pressure to scrap the fees altogether.
EU probes mobile firms on Android
The European Commission is asking mobile providers and handset makers about their deals with Google to use Android, which could potentially lead to another antitrust probe into the Internet giant.
Mobile roaming charges to end in Europe next year
The European Commission has made a huge leap toward ending mobile roaming charges within the European Union, as it seeks to aid a single telecoms market.
EU plans net neutrality actions, outlawing throttling and blocking of competing services?
The European Commission has its eye on the issue of Net Neutrality, and the throttling and blocking activities of some European telecoms providers.
EU music volume limits shouldn't be ignored, warn experts
New regulations in the European Union will see portable media players come with a pre-set volume limit, but there are fears that many will simply bypass it.
EU: Microsoft failed to comply with browser commitments
The European Commission has informed Microsoft that it considers the company has not complied with a 2009 commitment to settle an anti-trust case.
European Parliament rejects ACTA
The European Parliament has voted overwhelmingly against the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).
German data official warns Facebook investors
A German data privacy official has warned people who are considering investing in Facebook stock that its practices violate European privacy regulations.
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