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

Telecomms Europe

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

Telecomms Europe

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 staff and customers.

Telecomms Europe

Vodafone has reportedly said it will remove Huawei equipment from core parts of its mobile networks across Europe.

Telecomms Europe

Dynamic spectrum-sharing allows network operators to deliver 4G and 5G within the same spectrum, enabling a smooth transition between the two technologies and therefore a more cost-effective rollout.

Top Tech Europe

Cyber Europe

Apple continues with messages about privacy in European billboards

People who live in Germany can find the new billboards in Berlin and Hamburg. The billboard located in Berlin reads, "Wilkommen im sicheren Sektor," which roughly translates to, "Welcome to...

By Site Owner - Jul.28

European Union

EU think about a five-year ban on facial recognition tech in public areas

The EU is considering banning facial recognition technology in public areas for up to five years, to give it time to work out how to prevent abuses.

By Site Owner - Jan.17

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.

By Site Owner - Feb.10

Cyber Europe

Driverless Nissan Leaf completed UK's longest autonomous journey

A driverless Nissan Leaf has completed the longest unaided journey for an autonomous vehicle in the UK as part of a research project.

By Mick Harland - Feb.06

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