The European Union aims to spur the roll-out of fast broadband across the 28-nation bloc by relaxing rules that force telecommunication companies to open up their networks to competitors.
Europe needs to invest close to $800 billion in its digital infrastructure to catch up with the United States and China, said European Union Commissioner Guenther Oettinger.
The FBI is investigating a cyberattack against another US Democratic Party group, which may be related to an earlier hack against the Democratic National Committee, apparently.
Facebook's employees are still mainly white or Asian males as the world's largest social network made little progress in hiring a more diverse talent pool over the past year.
A federal appeals court said Microsoft and other companies cannot be forced to turn over customer e-mails stored on servers outside the United States.
Judge Lucy Koh of the US District Court, Northern District in San Jose (CA) rejected Apple’s latest bid for a permanent injunction against Samsung in another sign of the diminishing impact of the smartphone patent wars.
The state of Oregon sued Oracle America and six of its top executives, accusing the software giant of fraud for failing to deliver a working website for the Affordable Care Act program.
A German regulator handed Google a victory as it said it would not pursue a complaint brought against the company by a group of publishers for giving users access to their news articles.
Cox Communications is not interested in merging with wireless carrier T-Mobile US or rival cable providers, Cox President Pat Esser said, dispelling rumors recently swirling about the private company.
Al Jazeera rejected allegations from Al Gore and Joel Hyatt, the founders of Current TV, saying they were false and potentially misleading.