Irish say we don’t trust you
A European Union privacy regulator has sent Facebook a preliminary order to suspend data transfers to the US about its EU users.
Apple in trouble
The European Commission has set out a plan to move towards a ‘right to repair’ for electronics devices, such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops.
European countries hold eight of the top 10 spots on UNCTAD's Business-to-Consumer (B2C) E-commerce Index 2019, which ranks 152 countries on their readiness to engage in online commerce.
We can’t rely on Space X
The European Commission has revealed a new three year project to develop technologies needed for two proposed reusable launch vehicles so that it does not have to rely on Space X.
A lot of phone for €329
Xiaomi has now officially launched the Xiaomi Mi 9T in Europe, and with a price of €329, it packs a lot of punch with notchless 6.39-inch AMOLED screen and Snapdragon 730 SoC.
Opinion: 5G is an accident waiting to happen
I first encountered Huawei in, I think, the 2000s, when I was still editing the INQuirer. It was showing off some network infrastructure kit – new to the game, it was a contender. But now it is way more than a contender, it's made big strides in the technology field.
More to fear from the Americans than the Chinese
European politicians are concerned that the United States has too much power over European data.
We will withdraw investment if you don’t do what you are told.
Facebook threatened to pull investment projects from Europe and Canada if lobbying demands from COO Sheryl Sandberg were not met.
Wants to triple the numbers
Xiaomi has been quite serious in expanding its influence in Europe and, according to the company's VP, it aims to triple the number of physical stores on the old continent.