Will no one think of the poor Apple fanboys?
Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided to fight EU lawmakers' call for a common charger, not because it will stop it making huge amounts of money from fiddling with plugs to force an upgrade, but because poor Apple fanboys will suffer.
Microsoft not so sure
The EU’s temporary ban on facial recognition technology won backing from Alphabet Chief Executive Sundar Pichai but was rejected by Microsoft President Brad Smith.
Apple must do what it's told
The fruity cargo cult Apple could find itself at the sharp end of an EU move to require chargers to fit all mobile phones and portable electronic devices.
Libra ban likely
Private digital currencies like Facebook’s Libra should not be allowed in the European Union until the risks they could pose are clearly addressed, EU finance ministers agreed.
Its got form
EU antitrust regulators are investigating Google’s collection of data, the European Commission suggesting the world’s most popular internet search engine remains in its sights despite record fines in recent years.
Discovered it was breaking GDPR
Software King of the World Microsoft is updating the privacy provisions of its commercial cloud contracts after European regulators found its deals with European Union institutions failed to protect data in line with EU law.
Ordered online sales companies to use its services
Fruity cargo cult, and convicted monopolist, Apple, is being investigated yet again over antitrust allegations.
Swift roll out must have a common approach
An EU paper outlining the bloc's 5G plans suggest the region should become the leading market for deployment of 5G mobile networks because the technology was the key for enhancing the bloc’s competitiveness.
Posting overseas will not save you
Courts in the European Union can order Facebook to remove worldwide comments by users of its service that have been declared illegal, the European Union’s highest court ruled on Thursday.
Pre-checked box ban
Websites may not present visitors with a pre-checked box that signals consent to the storage of HTTP cookies on their devices according to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).