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.
EU officials are reportedly considering a mandatory ban on the use of certain companies, including China’s Huawei, in member states’ 5G networks due to security concerns. The discussions come as Brussels grows concerned about some national governments’ slow response to the issue.
France, the Netherlands and Norway have joined a growing list of countries to issue orders banning the use of TikTok on government devices, amid rising concerns over the app’s privacy and security.
Ericsson and Faroese Telecom tested 5G network speed and recorded the fastest download speed on a live network in Europe to date. FT wants to show the world how 5G can be deployed widely within a limited time.
Mobility experts from Goggo Network have announced a new partnership with England’s Oxbotica, an autonomous vehicle software company, through which they will jointly run a range of autonomous delivery operations across Europe.
Google’s parent company Alphabet is preparing the acquisition of the Croatian startup Photomath, the creator of the eponymous math learning app , which has recorded almost 300 million downloads.
Slovakian battery maker InoBat announced on Monday it has signed declarations of intent with the Serbian government to build an EV battery factory in the Balkan country with a capacity of up to 32 gigawatt hours (GWh).
On Tuesday, the first 5G-enabled land-based intermodal transportation terminal in Europe opened near the eastern Hungarian village of Fenyeslitke.