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EU lawmakers vote for wifi-based standard for connected cars

EU lawmakers vote for wifi-based standard for connected cars

17 April, 2019

EU lawmakers on Wednesday backed a European Commission plan to promote the use of wifi technology in internet-connected cars, a standard which has the support of Europe’s largest carmaker Volkswagen.

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Google allows Android users in Europe choose rival browsers, search engines

Google allows Android users in Europe choose rival browsers, search engines

18 April, 2019

Users of Android devices in Europe will be able to choose rival browsers and search engines from five options starting on Thursday, a senior Google executive said, as the company tries to quell EU antitrust concerns and stave off fresh penalties.

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Telecom Italia and Ericsson launch first 5G connected airport in Rome

Telecom Italia and Ericsson launch first 5G connected airport in Rome

15 April, 2019

Telecom Italia (TIM) and Ericsson has launched 5G connected technologies at the Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino Airport in the capital Rome.

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Vienna in Focus

Vienna in Focus

19 April, 2019

Austria's largest city and the nation’s capital, Vienna has been deemed the most livable city in the world.

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VW claim China to become global software development hub to autonomous tech

VW claim China to become global software development hub to autonomous tech

15 April, 2019

Volkswagen will use Chinese software developers to help design a global autonomous vehicle architecture thanks to the prevalence of qualified programmers which carmakers are struggling to hire elsewhere, senior executives said on Monday.

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Portugal bets on artificial intelligence to boost exports

Portugal bets on artificial intelligence to boost exports

15 April, 2019

At a time when a slowing global economy is seen as a threat to Portugal’s growth, the country is betting on a new artificial intelligence platform to help companies boost their exports.

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Cracking Down on Botnets

Cracking Down on Botnets

15 April, 2019

Although there is no silver bullet solution for mitigating the risk of botnets, there are a number of helpful best practices.

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Swisscom 5G in 54 cities

Swisscom 5G in 54 cities

18 April, 2019

Ericsson, the operator’s long-term strategic partner for 5G and LTE, went live with Swisscom's network in the first minute of April 17 after Swisscom’s secured a commercial licence.

Business Europe

Investors are concerned about European bank earnings — here is why

Investors are concerned about European bank earnings — here is why

19 April, 2019

UK bank Barclays is due to report its first-quarter numbers on Thursday, April 25.

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Apple Speaks About Recycling iPhones Via Robot

Apple Speaks About Recycling iPhones Via Robot

19 April, 2019

Apple has spoken about its effort to become even more environmentally friendly, by offering an insight into its normally...

Cracking Down on Botnets

Cracking Down on Botnets

15 April, 2019

Although there is no silver bullet solution for mitigating the risk of botnets, there are a number of helpful best pract...

The (ISC)² Professional Development Institute Is Here

The (ISC)² Professional Development Institute Is Here

13 April, 2019

(ISC)² members as your membership just got a whole lot more powerful.

Cyber Threats can target 20% of home PCs running worldwide: Says report

Cyber Threats can target 20% of home PCs running worldwide: Says report

12 March, 2019

According to the intelligence gathered from Avast Threat Detection Database, one in five home PCs running worldwide ar...

Telia tracks network data for smarter cities in northern Europe

Telia tracks network data for smarter cities in northern Europe

28 March, 2019

It uses aggregated, anonymised phone data to monitor crowd patterns.

Just under half of A.I. start-ups in Europe have almost nothing to do with A.I., research finds

Just under half of A.I. start-ups in Europe have almost nothing to do with A.I., research finds

05 March, 2019

Nearly half of the companies in Europe that call themselves AI start-ups don't in fact use artificial intelligence, a ne...

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EU tax on big digital companies could be struck by March says French minister

EU tax on big digital companies could be struck by March says French minister

20 January, 2019

PARIS (Reuters) - A European Union-wide tax on the world’s top digital companies could be reached by the end of Marc...

What do major copyright changes mean for EU internet freedom?

What do major copyright changes mean for EU internet freedom?

27 March, 2019

The European parliament approved the largest, and most contentious, overhaul of copyright legislation in two decades on ...

Spotify Hits Apple With EU Antitrust Complaint

Spotify Hits Apple With EU Antitrust Complaint

14 March, 2019

Apple is facing another antitrust investigation after its music streaming rival Spotify filed a complaint with the Eur...

Netflix has more than 5 million subscribers in France

Netflix has more than 5 million subscribers in France

14 February, 2019

PARIS (Reuters) - Netflix now has more than 5 million subscribers in France, a spokesman for the U.S. video streaming ...

Volkswagen chooses Amazon's AWS to help it build cars

Volkswagen chooses Amazon's AWS to help it build cars

28 March, 2019

Volkswagen and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have teamed up to work on a cloud-based platform to transform the auto giant's ...

Europe agrees raft of safety features to be installed into new vehicles

Europe agrees raft of safety features to be installed into new vehicles

28 March, 2019

All new vehicles sold in the European Union must have a wide range of safety features baked in as standard in the coming...

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