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Microsoft Teams was down this morning across Europe as millions work from home during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Speedtest creator Ookla has noticed a dip in broadband speeds in Europe and the US, while China's recover as it sees a reduction in new coronavirus cases.
The European Parliament has urged the EU Commission to implement draft legislation that would force phone makers to use a single charger, in a clear hit at Apple.
Microsoft Germany’s CEO has decided Europe’s proposed public cloud, Gaia X, could be work development after all.
EDPS says the European Parliament was incorrectly using NationBuilder to collect voter data ahead of the coming election.
The COPRA bill was introduced to the Senate and would give the FTC powers to enforce GDPR-like privacy rules on tech companies.
European authorities have opened a preliminary investigation into Microsoft’s GDPR compliance over services and products in the bloc.
Facebook Dating is now live in the US and 19 other countries, but the company's ability to keep its user data private is still in question.
The European Union says all new electric vehicles from 2021 must emit a noise through an AVAS integration in the car.
Users on Android in Europe will soon be presented with choices for search and browser on their handsets following a ruling last year.
The EU data protection supervisor will investigate Office ProPlus features in EU government institutions to see if Microsoft is gathering data.
The European Commission says Google prevented the growth of rival ad services by forcing websites into using its own AdSense in exchange for search access.
Surface Business is coming to 11 new markets across Europe as Microsoft ramps up organizational support for its hardware line.
A spear-phishing cyberattack on European countries has been disclosed by Microsoft, carried out by Russian hacking unit APT28.
The European Union is close to introducing new laws that will mean tech companies like Microsoft, Apple, and Google will need to rank theirs and rival services.
Google Project Shield and Microsoft Account Guard are extending their availability, providing anti-DDoS technology to the EU and hacking protection to Canada.
The Free Software Foundation Europe wants all 5G technology code to be posted under a Free and Open Source Software license.
Google says it may be forced to shutter Google News in Europe if proposed changes to how aggregators present content is passed to law.
During Christmas Day, Amazon’s Echo devices were no functioning as Alexa was down across the UK, Germany, and other regions.
Google wants to comply with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) by shifting data management to its Ireland headquarters.