Forever upwards. It seems
Sales of semiconductors in February last exceeded forecasts, according to the European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA).
Most still think on-premise security is better
New research from Barracuda shows that while cloud has been a industry bussword for some time, most EU businesses are clueless when it comes to the technology.
Bipartisan deal will force US Cloud companies to hand over data
Buried in a federal spending bill released late is bipartisan legislation to clarify a law that would require Cloud companies to hand over data stored overseas.
Up up and away
The European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA) said sales of semiconductors in the region rose by 19.9 percent in January, compared to sales in January 2018.
It can be regulated
The US app-based taxi company Uber has lost a crucial court battle in Europe which could see it being regulated in all member states.
Cryptocurrencies used for money laundering, claim
European Union and United Kingdom regulators will take action to prevent trading in the Bitcoin cryptocurrency being conducted under conditions of anonymity, amid claims that people are hopping on the bandwagon to finance drug dealing, terrorism and money laundering.
Starts with Spain
Xiaomi has been launching smartphones and other devices all around the world, but it has been quite hard to get them in Europe, at least until now, as the company has started its push to The Old Continent starting with a very old country called Spain.
To accelerates 5G roadmap
Qualcomm helped 3GPP to make some tectonic shifts and allow the 5G NR to be ready in 2019.
Telecom Italia is promising that the Republic of San Marino is going to be the first 5G State in Europe. The plan will increase the power of the infrastructure, and the first “small cells” will be installed in the principal streets and piazzas around San Marino's historical centre.