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Holland Plans to Build Three Square Km Solar-Energy Freeway

The Dutch government plans to install solar panels, as partition walls and on division islands, on a 40 km section of A37 freeway in Drenthe province, totaling three square kms...

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Nokia partners to roll out 5G in France and Italy

Nokia today announced that it will extend its long-standing partnership with French mobile operator, IIiad Group, to roll out 5G networks across France and Italy.

By Site Owner - Feb.17

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Telecomms Europe

Ofcom: Forces UK telecomms providers to tell you when your contract expires

Starting from now, telcos who fail to offer their customers their best deals will find themselves on Ofcom's naughty step, potentially helping millions of customers in Britain.

By Site Owner - Feb.15

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Telecomms Europe

German conservatives set to stop short of Huawei 5G ban in Germany

Lawmakers from Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative party are set on Tuesday to back a strategy paper that stops short of banning China’s Huawei from taking part in the rollout of...

By Site Owner - Feb.11

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Telecomms Europe

Nvidia, Amazon and Sony all backing out of Mobile World Congress

It's been a rough few days for Mobile World Congress, with several of its biggest participants withdrawing from the trade show over fears surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.

By Site Owner - Feb.10

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Telecomms Europe

Amazon pulls out of major Barcelona mobiles conference over coronavirus

Amazon.com Inc has pulled out of this month’s Mobile World Congress because of the coronavirus outbreak, another blow to one of the telecom industry’s biggest gatherings which attracts over 100,000...

By Site Owner - Feb.09

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Cyber Europe

Cyber Europe

Report: European countries most at risk of cyber crime

A detailed report by Specops Software looked at which European countries were at the most risk of cyber crime.

By Mick Harland - Feb.21

Cyber Europe

New Apple book hits number 2 on German bestseller list after ban attempt

The Streisand Effect has predictably kicked in after Apple attempted to prevent the distribution of a new Apple book written by former German App Store manager Tom Sadowski.

By Site Owner - Feb.21

Cyber Europe

UK Google Accounts To Be Controlled by the US

Google has confirmed that the accounts of British users will be moved out of the control of privacy regulators of the European Union.

By Site Owner - Feb.21

Cyber Europe

Mastercard's European Cyber Resilience Centre is Coming

Mastercard has announced the development of its first ever European Cyber Resilience Centre within its European headquarters 

By Mick Harland - Feb.17

Cyber Europe

Britain to make social media platforms responsible for harmful content in future

Britain said it would force social media companies such as Facebook, Twitter and Snap to do more to block or remove harmful content on their platforms.

By Site Owner - Feb.12

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Environment Europe

Tesla ordered by German court 'no more cutting down trees' for Gigafactory

The U.S. electric carmaker announced plans last November to build a Gigafactory in Gruenheide in the eastern state of Brandenburg.

By Site Owner - Feb.16

Environment Europe

Mini's first all Electric Cooper SE

MINI's first Cooper SE commercial, from Mini UK can be seen below.

By Site Owner - Feb.09

Environment Europe

Q4 2019 European car sales: Diesels down, Electric Vehicles Up

The ACEA – European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association worried about the decline in diesel sales because they were being replaced by petrol-powered cars.

By Site Owner - Feb.08

Environment Europe

UK plug-in EV car sales increased by 145 percent in January 2020 alone

"The figures come a day after government announced its ambition to end the sale of all vehicles with an internal combustion engine, including HEVs and PHEVs, by 2035.

By Site Owner - Feb.07

Environment Europe

BMW increase electric car motor output at Bavaria plant

BMW said on Thursday it is increasing production of electric vehicle powertrain components at its plant in Dingolfing, Bavaria, and raising its staff numbers to 1,400 this year, from 600...

By Mick Harland - Feb.06

Environment Europe

New UK report shows rise in interest for sustainable businesses

Angel Investment Network (AIN), the UK’s largest online angel investment platform, has released its latest ‘State of the Angel Investment Nation’ findings.

By Site Owner - Feb.04

Environment Europe

Germany-based instagrid raises €8.5 million for portable batteries that store clean energy

Instagrid, the Stuttgart-based startup creating clean portable batteries, has raised €8.5 million in a Series A round led by SET Ventures, with participation from High-Tech Gründerfonds, Segnalita Ventures, and an...

By Site Owner - Feb.04

Environment Europe

Holland Plans to Build Three Square Km Solar-Energy Freeway

The Dutch government plans to install solar panels, as partition walls and on division islands, on a 40 km section of A37 freeway in Drenthe province, totaling three square kms...

By Site Owner - Feb.01

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Feb.22

European Union

EU Proposes Rules to Limit AI Risks

The EU unveiled proposals Wednesday to regulate artificial intelligence that call for strict rules and safeguards on risky applications of the rapidly developing technology.

Feb.21

Cyber Europe

Report: European countries most at risk of cyber crime

A detailed report by Specops Software looked at which European countries were at the most risk of cyber crime.

Feb.21

Cyber Europe

New Apple book hits number 2 on German bestseller list after ban attempt

The Streisand Effect has predictably kicked in after Apple attempted to prevent the distribution of a new Apple book written by former German App Store manager Tom Sadowski.

Feb.21

European Union

EU privacy body warns of privacy risks in Google's Fitbit deal

Alphabet Inc-owned Google’s $2.1 billion bid for fitness trackers company Fitbit could have privacy risks, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) warned on Thursday, adding its voice to other critics...

Feb.21

Cyber Europe

UK Google Accounts To Be Controlled by the US

Google has confirmed that the accounts of British users will be moved out of the control of privacy regulators of the European Union.

Feb.18

European Union

EU wants Big Tech to deploy AI tech its own way

Why it matters: EU's Margrethe Vestager is going to announce the bloc's plans to bolster its technological capabilities and keep up with China and the US.

Feb.17

Automotive Europe

Video: 2020 Land Rover Defender takes some serious abuse Mr Bond

The Land Rover Defender gets a prominent spot in the new James Bond film No Time to Die, and the company is taking advantage of the marketing opportunity by showing...

Feb.17

European Union

EU industry boss tells Facebook to adapt to EU, not other way round

EU industry commissioner Thierry Breton said on Monday it was for Facebook to adapt to Europe’s standards, not the other way round, as he criticized the U.S. social media giant’s...

Feb.17

Telecomms Europe

Nokia partners to roll out 5G in France and Italy

Nokia today announced that it will extend its long-standing partnership with French mobile operator, IIiad Group, to roll out 5G networks across France and Italy.

Feb.17

Cyber Europe

Mastercard's European Cyber Resilience Centre is Coming

Mastercard has announced the development of its first ever European Cyber Resilience Centre within its European headquarters 

Feb.16

Environment Europe

Tesla ordered by German court 'no more cutting down trees' for Gigafactory

The U.S. electric carmaker announced plans last November to build a Gigafactory in Gruenheide in the eastern state of Brandenburg.

Feb.15

Telecomms Europe

Ofcom: Forces UK telecomms providers to tell you when your contract expires

Starting from now, telcos who fail to offer their customers their best deals will find themselves on Ofcom's naughty step, potentially helping millions of customers in Britain.

Feb.15

European Union

Irish Delay Facebooks EU Dating Service Rollout

Any lonely hearts in Europe hoping to meet the person of their dreams via Facebook's dating service this Valentine's Day will have to wait a little longer.

Feb.14

Automotive Europe

Mercedes has launched its 2020 Formula 1 car

The German car manufacturer released some renderings of the challenger on Friday morning, with the car set to have its first shakedown test at a filming day at Silverstone.

Feb.12

European Union

Google say EU antitrust regulators are holding back innovation

Google defended its business model on Today, saying that making innovative products was at its core rather than helping rivals, as it sought to overturn a 2.4-billion-euro ($2.6 billion) EU...

Feb.12

Cyber Europe

Britain to make social media platforms responsible for harmful content in future

Britain said it would force social media companies such as Facebook, Twitter and Snap to do more to block or remove harmful content on their platforms.

Feb.11

European Union

Facebook boss to meet EU Commissioners ahead of antitrust proposals

Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg will meet the EU’s digital and industry chiefs on Feb. 17, EU officials said on Tuesday, days before the two Commissioners present proposals to rein...

Feb.11

Telecomms Europe

German conservatives set to stop short of Huawei 5G ban in Germany

Lawmakers from Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative party are set on Tuesday to back a strategy paper that stops short of banning China’s Huawei from taking part in the rollout of...

Feb.10

Automotive Europe

Jaguar Land Rover stopping production on certain days in Solihull

Jaguar Land Rover will cut or reduce production at two of its UK factories over the next few weeks.

Feb.10

Telecomms Europe

Nvidia, Amazon and Sony all backing out of Mobile World Congress

It's been a rough few days for Mobile World Congress, with several of its biggest participants withdrawing from the trade show over fears surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.

Feb.09

Telecomms Europe

Amazon pulls out of major Barcelona mobiles conference over coronavirus

Amazon.com Inc has pulled out of this month’s Mobile World Congress because of the coronavirus outbreak, another blow to one of the telecom industry’s biggest gatherings which attracts over 100,000...

Feb.09

Environment Europe

Mini's first all Electric Cooper SE

MINI's first Cooper SE commercial, from Mini UK can be seen below.

Feb.08

Environment Europe

Q4 2019 European car sales: Diesels down, Electric Vehicles Up

The ACEA – European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association worried about the decline in diesel sales because they were being replaced by petrol-powered cars.

Feb.07

Cyber Europe

A Clever Animated Guide to Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars are found on the road more often than the normal person may think. Most imagine cars found in movies like KITT and Herbie.

Feb.07

Environment Europe

UK plug-in EV car sales increased by 145 percent in January 2020 alone

"The figures come a day after government announced its ambition to end the sale of all vehicles with an internal combustion engine, including HEVs and PHEVs, by 2035.

Feb.07

Cyber Europe

Translink Ireland Cyber Attacked

Translink, a Public Transport company in Northern Ireland has made it official that it has become a victim of a cyber attack early this week.

Feb.07

Telecomms Europe

French watchdog fines Apple $27 million for slowing down older iPhones again!

Remember when Apple in 2017 admitted it throttled the performance of iPhones with older batteries?

Feb.07

Telecomms Europe

Ericsson CEO meeting Germany's Merkel next week

The chief executive of Sweden’s Ericsson will meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel next week.

Feb.07

Telecomms Europe

Ericsson withdraws from major Barcelona conference over coronavirus

Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson are not attending an international telecoms conference in Barcelona this month because of the coronavirus outbreak, saying it could not guarantee the safety of its...

Feb.06

Cyber Europe

Ricoh Europe: AI can improve the workplace, but needs work

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can improve the workplace, but only if its introduction is managed properly.

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