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Apple Opens iPhone Self Service Repair Locations in Europe

Apple says it is bringing its iPhone Self Service Repair program to Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the UK.
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Apple Facing Lightning Cable Demise as India Follows Europe’s Lead

Apple looks increasingly likely to be leaving behind the Lightning port as India joins the EU in demanding USB Type-C.
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Microsoft Facing European Commission Anti-Trust Investigation

The CISPE group of cloud vendors has complained to the European Commission about Microsoft Cloud anti-competitive actions.
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Google Search Now Surfaces Info on Europe’s Energy Crisis

Google Search now offers resources and information on the mounting energy crisis in Europe, including info on financial assistance.
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Amazon Invests €1 Billion to Boost Its Net-Zero Commitment in Europe

Amazon says it will invest one billion euros over the next five years to vastly expand its electric vehicle fleet in Europe.
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Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard Acquisition Comes Under European Commission Scrutiny

Microsoft has presented its Activision Blizzard buyout plans to the European Commission, which can approve the deal or start an investigation.
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Amazon Prime Prince Increase Will Leave Europeans Paying up to 43% More

Amazon Prime is becoming more expensive across the major markets in Europe, with some customers paying over 40% more.
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Microsoft Has an Xbox Wireless Controller Shortage in Europe and the UK

Microsoft says it has a restocking issue for the Xbox Wireless Controller in the UK and Europe, leaving supplies shortage.

European Commission Threatens Tech Companies with Big Fines Over Deepfakes Content

The European Commission says it will fine tech firms up to 6% of their global turnover if they do not police deepfakes on their platforms.
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Microsoft Cloud Announces European Revamp

Microsoft Cloud is making concessions for service providers to stem a flow of anti-competition accusations in Europe.
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Major Smartphones Vendors Commit to European Eco Rating

The new Eco Rating rates devices from 12 major mobile companies across the largest networks in Europe based on environmental impact.

Microsoft Teams Was Down in Europe Due to Strain of the COVID-19 Outbreak

Microsoft Teams was down this morning across Europe as millions work from home during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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Report: Internet Speeds in the US and Europe Are Dropping Due to Coronavirus

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.

European Lawmakers Vote to ‘Urge’ Commission to Adopt Universal Phone Charger

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.
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Gaia X: Microsoft Backtracks and Wants to Join Europe’s Public Cloud

Microsoft Germany’s CEO has decided Europe’s proposed public cloud, Gaia X, could be work development after all.
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European Parliament Falls Foul of EDPS Investigation for Breaking Data Laws

EDPS says the European Parliament was incorrectly using NationBuilder to collect voter data ahead of the coming election.
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COPRA Bills Aims to Give U.S. Similar Privacy Laws to Europe

The COPRA bill was introduced to the Senate and would give the FTC powers to enforce GDPR-like privacy rules on tech companies.
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Microsoft Data Management Under GDPR Regulations Spark European Investigation

European authorities have opened a preliminary investigation into Microsoft’s GDPR compliance over services and products in the bloc.

Facebook Dating Launches in the US, but Europeans Have to Wait until 2020

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.
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European Unions Demands AVAS Noise Systems for All New Electric Vehicles

The European Union says all new electric vehicles from 2021 must emit a noise through an AVAS integration in the car.

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