EU lawmakers agreed today to make USB-C the standard charging port on all phones and other electronic devices that will be sold in Europe by 2024.
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Microsoft announced this morning that it was changing its cloud licensing policies to address complaints from European cloud providers.
In a preliminary view, the European Commission announced today that Apple Pay mobile has abused its dominant position and prevented other mobile wallet solutions to compete.
EU's Digital Services Act is a new set of rules aiming to make big tech companies accountable for the content users encounter on the Internet.
The European Union’s plan to set USB-C as the new charging standard on portable devices reached a new milestone yesterday.
EU Parliament and Council negotiators reached a consensus on the Digital Markets Act (DMA), a new set of rules aiming to limit the power of the biggest technology companies.
The EU General Court today annulled a 2009 antitrust decision against Intel, reversing its record €1 billion fine in the process.
EU tech firms complain the U.S. sanctions against Huawei and SMIC shuts them out of the Chinese tech market while U.S. tech firms can get exceptions.
European Union Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager has been given additional responsibilities related to digital affairs.
Almost a year after GDPR went into effect, Microsoft is calling for the US to have its own privacy framework that works with GDPR.