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Europe Tells Google to Fix its Privacy Policy
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published July 05, 2013
Privacy watchdogs threaten sanctions unless Google complies.
Tags: Google, Europe, regulations, Privacy policy
Microsoft-Led Group Files European Antitrust Complaint Against Google
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 09, 2013
FairSearch Europe says Google has a monopoly on mobile search ads.
Tags: Google, Microsoft, European Commission, Nokia, antitrust, Europe, mobile advertising
Europe Launches Formal Investigations into Google's Privacy Policies
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 02, 2013
Six countries are considering action against the company after it failed to meet a deadline to make changes in its privacy policy.
Tags: Google, privacy, government, Europe
Report: 25% of 2013 Patents Will Be Mobile-Related
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 27, 2013
Samsung currently holds the most mobile patents.
Tags: Samsung, Europe, mobile technology, U.S., patent wars
EU: Apple Warranty 'Simply Not Good Enough'
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 19, 2013
A commissioner says that Apple isn't doing enough to comply with Europe's warranty laws.
Tags: Apple, Europe, regulations, warranty
EU Warns It May Take Action Against Google
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 19, 2013
The search giant failed to meet Europe's deadline for changing its practices.
Tags: Google, privacy, EU, regulators, Europe
European Police Shut Down Ransomware Scam
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 14, 2013
Eleven people from Russia, Georgia and Ukraine have been arrested.
Tags: malware, Europe, cybercrime, ransomware
Judge Denies Apple's Request for Samsung Sales Ban
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published December 18, 2012
In response, Samsung has stopped its attempt to ban Apple sales in Europe.
Tags: Apple, Samsung, patent lawsuit, Europe, ban, U.S.
European Student Group Plans to Challenge Facebook in Court
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published December 04, 2012
Europe v Facebook is collecting donations to fund their privacy-related lawsuit.
Tags: Facebook, social network, privacy, Europe
Google Battles European Newspapers
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published November 05, 2012
Several countries are considering legislation that would prevent Google News from aggregating content.
Tags: Google, government, Europe, news, legislation, Brazil
IT Spending to Grow 6% in 2012, Says IDC
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published September 10, 2012
IT vendors say sales have been stronger than expected despite the economic problems in Europe.
Tags: China, IT spending, IDC, Europe, India, Brazil, U.S.
Amazon Appstore Finally Launches in Europe
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 30, 2012
The alternative Android store is now open in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
Tags: Android, Europe, Amazon Appstore
Windows Phone Sales Warm Up in July
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published July 30, 2012
European sales were up 23.5 percent.
Tags: Microsoft, smartphone, Windows Phone, Europe, market share
Android Rules U.S. and Europe Smartphone Sales
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published July 12, 2012
For the first time Android has at least half of all smartphone sales in the U.S., Australia and five major European countries.
Tags: Android, smartphone, Europe, IOS, U.S.
European IT Spending Growth Grounds to a Halt, Says Forrester
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published June 22, 2012
The research firm is forecasting just 0.3 percent growth, with spending on hardware and software declining.
Tags: IT spending, Europe, Forrester
Facebook Offers More Disclosure to Users
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 12, 2012
Users can now download previous user names, friend requests and IP addresses from computers they've used.
Tags: Facebook, Europe
Europe Outspends U.S. on Exascale Computing
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 12, 2012
The U.S. Department of Energy will spend $73.4 million on exascale computing this year, compared to $1.6 billion in Europe.
Tags: China, government, Europe, supercomputers, U.S., exascale
Europe to Issue Tough New Data-Protection Rules Soon
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published January 25, 2012
Corporations who violate the regulations could face fines equal to 1 percent of global revenues.
Tags: data protection, Europe, regulations
Google to Sell its Own Phone to Consumers
By - Reuters | Article Published December 14, 2009
Called the Nexus One and made by smartphone maker HTC, Google's phone will run on Android operating system, according to sources.
Tags: Google, operating system, wireless, carriers, Europe
SAP, Microsoft Partner Against Oracle
By Larry Barrett | Article Published November 19, 2009
SAP will be Microsoft's "preferred partner" for customers buying its budgeting, planning and forecasting applications – a shot across the bow of Oracle.
Tags: SAP, acquisition, Enterprise, Europe, partner
Dell to Hawk Smartphones Internationally
By - Reuters | Article Published November 16, 2009
Dell will sell its first smartphone in China in late November, followed by Brazil toward the end of the year.
Tags: Dell, smartphone, network, carriers, Europe
Universal Cell Phone Charger Being Developed
By - Reuters | Article Published October 22, 2009
A one-size-fits-all charger will lessen waste by reducing the number of chargers thrown away with the purchase of a new cell phones.
Tags: cell phones, Nokia, Europe, international, handset
IT Spending to Jump, Dell CEO Says
By - Reuters | Article Published October 14, 2009
A major hardware refresh will begin next year, Dell CEO Michael Dell opines.
Tags: Google, Intel, Dell, acquisition, Europe
Dell to Launch U.S. Smartphone
By - Reuters | Article Published October 08, 2009
Dell will use Google's Android mobile software on carrier AT&T's network for its first venture into the remarkably competitive U.S. cellphone arena.
Tags: Google, wireless, Dell, carriers, Europe