The EU has inaugurated the European AI Office, positioning it as the hub of AI expertise across Member States. With a pivotal role in implementing the AI Act, the office is set to champion the cultivation and utilization of trustworthy AI while bolstering international collaboration.
Recent findings, compiled by fixed and mobile network benchmarking firm MedUX, rank London in last place for 5G quality of experience out 10 cities, including Berlin, Barcelona, Paris, and Lisbon.
In order to enable interested parties to investigate the advantages and potential uses of 5G networks, Telekom Slovenije has established Ino.Lab.
European users will soon be able to pay a fee to opt out of all advertisements on Meta’s products. The subscription is being introduced in response to EU regulators’ concerns.
The UK’s competition regulator CMA has finally given Microsoft the green light to complete its $68.7 billion deal to acquire gaming giant Activision Blizzard.
Finland’s HMD has become the first major smartphone company to bring manufacturing to European soil by launching a made-in-Hungary Nokia 5G model.
The social network has inaugurated its first European data center in Ireland to allay fears of potential privacy breaches and surveillance from China by moving European users’ data to the Old Continent.
A trial involving smart street lamps that have the capability to accommodate EV charging stations and enhance wireless connectivity is set to commence in 6 locations across the UK.
Ireland’s big tech regulator claims the platform set the accounts of users aged 13 to 17 to public, among other breaches.
The European Union has granted approval to semiconductor research projects worth 8 billion euros in public funds as part of its efforts to strengthen the bloc’s domestic chip-supply chain.