Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Cyber Europe

Cyber-war has begun' – and France will hack first, defence secretary declares

France’s defence secretary Florence Parly today declared “Cyber war has begun.”

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Economics

Economics Europe

Valencia is the Small Business Capital of Europe

The Small Business Index 2019 has ranked Valencia as the top city in Europe for small business, followed by another Spanish city – Madrid.

By Site Owner - Apr.19

Economics Europe

Investors are nervous about European bank earnings — here is why

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

By Site Owner - Apr.19

Economics Europe

France asks EU partners to adopt its cryptocurrency regulation

The certification will be granted by the French market regulator for those who want it, and issuers, traders, custodians and investors will have to pay taxes on profits they make...

By Site Owner - Apr.16

Economics Europe

What do major copyright changes mean for EU internet freedom?

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

By Site Owner - Mar.27

Automotive

Automotive Europe

Fully Automated Vehicles Are More Than A Decade Away

Most auto makers may be investing heavily in automated vehicles, but technical and safety challenges mean production-ready systems are more than a decade away, engineers have said in a study by...

By Site Owner - Apr.19

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Automotive Europe

EU authorities vote for wifi-based standard for connected cars

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.

By Site Owner - Apr.17

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Automotive Europe

Europe must build world's best batteries to save jobs: Says German minister

BERLIN (Reuters) - German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said Europe was under pressure in the race to set up production of battery cells for electric cars in order to keep...

By Site Owner - Mar.21

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Automotive Europe

EV100 firms urge German government to speed up electric vehicle development

Companies from the EV100 initiative – including Metro AG, E.ON, LeasePlan, Ingka Group, and Vattenfall – have urged the government in Germany to further push its electric vehicle (EV) operations.

By Site Owner - Mar.20

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Automotive Europe

Volkswagen cuts 7,000 jobs due to automation

Volkswagen is set to ramp up production on electric vehicles, but at a tremendous cost to its laborers, unfortunately.

By Site Owner - Mar.14

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Cyber Europe

Cyber Europe

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

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...

By Site Owner - Apr.18

Cyber Europe

Portugal bets on AI to boost exports

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...

By Site Owner - Apr.15

Cyber Europe

Pre-checked cookie boxes don't count as valid consent: EU court

Requiring someone to uncheck a pre-ticked box doesn't count as valid cookie consent under EU law, the adviser to the bloc's top court has stated.

By Site Owner - Mar.23

Cyber Europe

GRC Int: The cyber resilience model

For too long, organisations have sought the holy grail of 100% Cyber Security.

By Site Owner - Mar.15

Cyber Europe

AI Startups on the rise in Europe

MMC Ventures a venture capital firm recently released a report, in association with Barclays, shows that one in 12 new startups in Europe is an AI company – compared with...

By Site Owner - Mar.14

Environment

Environment Europe

London is the top electric vehicle city in the UK

According to research from GoCompare, London is leading the UK’s electric vehicle (EV) market.

By Site Owner - Apr.19

Environment Europe

Germany to invest $568m in electric vehicle research

The German government announced this week plans to invest US$568mn in the creation of a research facility to improve German firms’ attempts at developing battery cells for electric vehicles, Channel...

By Site Owner - Mar.22

Environment Europe

Volkswagen to launch 70 new EVs by 2028

The German auto manufacturer, Volkswagen, has announced plans to expand its electric vehicle (EV) range by 2028.

By Site Owner - Mar.20

Environment Europe

Connected Kerb launches of their Electric Vehicle charging station

EV infrastructure company Connected Kerb announced the launch of its first kerbside electric vehicle charger in Borough Road, Southwark today.

By Site Owner - Mar.18

Environment Europe

Jaguar Land Rover installs EV smart charging facility in the UK

The UK-based automotive manufacturer, Jaguar Land Rover, has installed the largest smart charging facility of its kind in the UK.

By Site Owner - Mar.14

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Apr.19

Economics Europe

Valencia is the Small Business Capital of Europe

The Small Business Index 2019 has ranked Valencia as the top city in Europe for small business, followed by another Spanish city – Madrid.

Apr.19

Environment Europe

London is the top electric vehicle city in the UK

According to research from GoCompare, London is leading the UK’s electric vehicle (EV) market.

Apr.19

Economics Europe

Investors are nervous about European bank earnings — here is why

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

Apr.19

Telecomms Europe

Swisscom 5G is now in 54 cities

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.

Apr.19

Automotive Europe

Fully Automated Vehicles Are More Than A Decade Away

Most auto makers may be investing heavily in automated vehicles, but technical and safety challenges mean production-ready systems are more than a decade away, engineers have said in a study by...

Apr.18

Cyber Europe

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

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...

Apr.17

Automotive Europe

EU authorities vote for wifi-based standard for connected cars

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.

Apr.16

Economics Europe

France asks EU partners to adopt its cryptocurrency regulation

The certification will be granted by the French market regulator for those who want it, and issuers, traders, custodians and investors will have to pay taxes on profits they make...

Apr.15

Telecomms Europe

TIM and Ericsson launch first 5G connected airport in Rome

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

Apr.15

Cyber Europe

Portugal bets on AI to boost exports

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...

Mar.30

Telecomms Europe

T-Mobile Austria has launched its 5G network

T-Mobile Austria has become the first mobile communications provider to offer a 5G network in Austria.

Mar.27

Economics Europe

What do major copyright changes mean for EU internet freedom?

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

Mar.23

Cyber Europe

Pre-checked cookie boxes don't count as valid consent: EU court

Requiring someone to uncheck a pre-ticked box doesn't count as valid cookie consent under EU law, the adviser to the bloc's top court has stated.

Mar.22

Economics Europe

Frankfurt in Focus

Frankfurt, often referred to as Frankfurt am Main, is the largest financial centre in the Eurozone – placing it as Germany’s financial hub.

Mar.22

Economics Europe

How Women are Monetising Creativity: Using e-commerce platforms can turn small things into big things

Female creators are making money from design by using existing e-commerce platforms rather than building their own technology.

Mar.21

Automotive Europe

Europe must build world's best batteries to save jobs: Says German minister

BERLIN (Reuters) - German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said Europe was under pressure in the race to set up production of battery cells for electric cars in order to keep...

Mar.20

Automotive Europe

EV100 firms urge German government to speed up electric vehicle development

Companies from the EV100 initiative – including Metro AG, E.ON, LeasePlan, Ingka Group, and Vattenfall – have urged the government in Germany to further push its electric vehicle (EV) operations.

Mar.18

Environment Europe

Connected Kerb launches of their Electric Vehicle charging station

EV infrastructure company Connected Kerb announced the launch of its first kerbside electric vehicle charger in Borough Road, Southwark today.

Mar.16

Economics Europe

UK SMEs are biggest online 3D printing users in Europe

UK businesses account for nearly half (42%) of all online 3D printing in Europe with smaller, technologically-centric firms the most likely to utilise the resource.

Mar.15

Telecomms Europe

Top 10 Smart Cities in Europe

The European Commission decribes a smart city as “a place where traditional networks and services are made more efficient with the use of digital and telecommunication technologies for the benefit...

Mar.15

Cyber Europe

GRC Int: The cyber resilience model

For too long, organisations have sought the holy grail of 100% Cyber Security.

Mar.14

Cyber Europe

AI Startups on the rise in Europe

MMC Ventures a venture capital firm recently released a report, in association with Barclays, shows that one in 12 new startups in Europe is an AI company – compared with...

Mar.14

Cyber Europe

Spotify Hits Apple With EU Antitrust Complaint

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

Mar.14

Automotive Europe

Volkswagen cuts 7,000 jobs due to automation

Volkswagen is set to ramp up production on electric vehicles, but at a tremendous cost to its laborers, unfortunately.

Mar.14

Environment Europe

Jaguar Land Rover installs EV smart charging facility in the UK

The UK-based automotive manufacturer, Jaguar Land Rover, has installed the largest smart charging facility of its kind in the UK.

Mar.13

Telecomms Europe

Nearly all Europes operators to offer 5G services to sport events’ organisers

The study is based on a survey of C-level and other senior decision makers from 60 of the world’s 100 largest operators, including operators in Europe.

Mar.12

Cyber Europe

House of Lords report calls for digital super-regulator

The House of Lords has called for the creation of a digital super-regulator to oversee the different bodies charged with safeguarding the internet and replace the “clearly failing” system of...

Mar.10

Telecomms Europe

Austria’s 5G auction brings in new regional competitors

The auction lasted over three weeks and brought in around €188 million. The spectrum auction split Austria into 12 zones, and 438 out of a total of 468 frequency packages...

Mar.08

Telecomms Europe

Vodafone provides connectivity for drone experimentation

The National Beyond Visual Line of Sight Experimentation Corridor (NBEC) consortium is carrying out testing to enable drones and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to fly safely in the same airspace...

Mar.08

Automotive Europe

Geneva motor show: Brexit, electric cars and luxury are all here

Carmakers gathering at the annual Geneva motor show this week were hoping the Alpine spring air and customary launches of new models would be a springboard for an industry fightback.

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