Orange and T-Mobile merger given EU green light
The union between mobile giants Orange and T-Mobile has been given the go ahead by European regulators.
EC to monitor Virgin Media's traffic scanning
The EC is keeping an eye on Virgin Media's piracy gauging system.
EC wants MP3 player volume limit
iPods and other music players sold in Europe could soon be subject to a compulsory volume threshold to protect listeners' ears
UK gets final EU warning over Phorm
The European Commission is now a step away from taking legal action against the UK government over the Phorm trials.
Euro security agency ENISA appoints new chief
The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENSIA) gets new leadership.
Week in Numbers: Malware up 600 per cent
UK teens spend up to 10 hours a day looking at screens of some kind, Oracle gets the go ahead for its acquisition of Sun Microsystems, the number of c…
One in three Europeans have never used internet
Could a new generation of digitally clued-up young Europeans dig us out of this economic hole?
EU says broadband key for economic recovery
All the focus has been on Britain's plans for next-generation broadband, but we also need to be part of 'Team Europe'.
Microsoft quits EU hearing
Microsoft has said it is being refused the right to a fair hearing in its antitrust trial.
European ministers announce broadband and energy fund
Budget excess to be used to fund new energy technology and improve broadband availability.
Google adds weight to Microsoft anti-trust battle
Large sticks at the ready as Google joins anti-trust brigade.
Government warned to act before IP addresses run out
The growth of the internet means more IP addresses need to be made available, while the freeing up of domain names is also becoming an issue.
EC calls for urgent business adoption of IPv6
The threat of running out of IP addresses is not motivating businesses to switch to IPv6, but the cost of rushing a late migration may prove a differe…
Mick Jagger rocks EU e-commerce debate
Sir Mick was in Brussels this week to contribute to an EU forum reporting on regional regulatory e-commerce trade reforms.
Analyst warns on pending green IT EU legislation
The European Commission is set to introduce more energy efficient IT policies to regulate public spending and fund research and development, but Gartn…
Symantec, EC team up against cyberattacks
The European Commission has given the security vendor funding to create standards for sharing messages about threats.