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Internet service providers in Europe are charging wildly inconsistent prices for broadband connections, leaving customers confused and shortchanged, according to research released Tuesday by the European Commission.
If you’ve been following the ongoing news surrounding the missing MH370 aircraft, it’s likely you would have come across the name Flightradar24.com.
Microsoft's head lawyer has suggested that overseas customers be allowed to have their personal data stored in non-US datacentres, the Financial Times reported.
E-commerce is expanding at breakneck pace, with online retail sales in Europe seen doubling by 2018.
A new smartphone operating system developed by a global collaboration of tech firms to rival Google's Android and Apple's iOS is expected to launch in the next few months, Japanese mobile phone operator NTT DoCoMo said.
Hundreds of Amazon.com Inc workers in Germany went on strike on Monday, just as pre-Christmas sales were set to peak, in a dispute over pay and conditions that has raged for months.
China has released new rules to boost spending in its fast-growing e-commerce sector as it looks to encourage greater levels of domestic demand after the country's leaders announced its most ambitious reforms in decades earlier this month.