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European Union decides to ban sale of new combustion engine vehicles in 2035
The EU has ambitious future plans to fight climate change, and that now includes banning new gas and diesel vehicle sales by 2035.
EU laws will stop 8K TVs from being sold over high power consumption
8K TV sales are going to be stopped in the EU over high power consumption, must have the same EEI as 4K displays starting on March 1, 2023.
European Council: all electronic devices need USB-C charging by 2024
The European Council has decided on a 'common charger directive' that will see all future electronic devices requiring USB-C charging ports by 2024.
Experts sound disaster alarm over Russian pipeline leak
The Nord Stream pipelines have suffered a leak that experts have sounded an alarm on as it could cause disastrous environmental effects.
Satellite spies on Russian gas pipeline leak suspected of sabotage
European leaders have accused Russia of sabotaging its own gas pipeline following reports from seismologists that detected underwater explosions.
Instagram hit with $400 million fine for failing to protect children
The Data Protection Commissioner has fined Meta's Instagram more than $400 million over its purported failure to protect children's privacy.
North Korean hackers are using never-before-seen tools to hack Gmail
North Korean hackers are reportedly using never-before-seen hacking tools to infiltrate Gmail accounts without Google's knowledge.
Europe labels nuclear power and natural gas 'green' energy sources
The European Parliament has voted to classify some natural gas and nuclear power projects as green as part of the EU taxonomy.
New EU standard will mean USB-C for all, forcing Apple's hand
The European Union has agreed to make USB-C the standard charging cable and port on portable electronic devices, starting in 2024.
Official drops warnings for Elon Musk, Twitter at risk of being banned
The head of the European Union has taken aim at Elon Musk following his purchase of the second-largest social platform, Twitter.
EU report: 2021 was the fifth-hottest year on record
The European Union's (EU) Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) confirmed 2021 to be the fifth-hottest year globally on record.
NVIDIA's huge $54 billion Arm deal being probed by the EU
NVIDIA's gigantic acquisition of British chip manufacturer Arm is about to be probed by the EU, after being probed by the FTC.
EU wants to ban anonymous crypto wallets, for your safety of course
The EU plans to ban anonymous cryptocurrency wallets, would require name, address, age + name of recipient for crypto transfers.
EU fines Google $2.7 billion for breaking antitrust law
The decision came after seven years of investigation which concluded that Google abused its market position and fixed search algorithms.
Pokemon Sun and Moon trademarks slip out, announcement tomorrow?
There might be two new 3DS Pokemon games coming, that were leaked through their trademarks. More info to come tomorrow.
Rebel Galaxy Now Live on Xbox One
Teens in the EU will need parental consent to register on social media
Teens under 16 in the EU might soon need to have their parents consent before they can legally sign-up for even social media.
Lag be gone! Riot are building their own League of Legends network
Riot Games are working on their own League of Legends network to combat lag issues.
Google's EU right to be forgotten starts censoring UK news
Now that Europe's right to be forgotten is in full force, Google has removed news articles from its search listings.
Irish court raises questions on Facebook's relationship with NSA
Following allegations Facebook cooperated with the NSA, an Irish court has passed a request to the European Court of Justice.
Europe launches enormous civilian robotics programme
An initiative announced by the European Commission seeks to bolster the EU's position in the global robotics industry.
EU votes to end mobile roaming charges, wants telecom reforms
The European Union wants to see mobile roaming charges a thing of the past.
EU approves draft law for universal mobile charger
The amended draft law covers the need to have universal mobile charges to reduce waste and reduce hassle for mobile users.
EU officials are meeting with Apple and others on in-app purchases
EU authorities plan to meet with Apple, Google, and others to help ensure in-app purchase transparency.
Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo, & Skype hit with Prism data protection complaint in EU
These tech giants have been hit with a data protection complain, Google and YouTube to follow.
Apple discontinuing Mac Pro sales in Europe after March 1 due to regulatory standards
Mac Pro will be discontinued in Europe after March 1 due to new regulatory standards.
Introducing New Prodigy Colors and Accessories
KINGMAX Releases the MMP30 mSATA SSD
ACTA is done for after European Parliament vote
ACTA is effectively dead after the European Parliament votes down the bad treaty.
EU watchdog issues warning over smart meter privacy risk
EU watchdog group warns of privacy concerns over smart meter data.
X-ray body scanners banned in European airports
Airport X-ray body scanners banned in Europe voicing health concerns.
Europe states Micro-USB will be standard for their smartphone charging in January 2011
No more worrying about finding a charger that fits.
Thecus EU eSupport Centre Now Online
iPad banned in Israel
Does not comply with EU Wireless standards.
Opera says Windows 7 "tweak" not enough
wants competition restored.
AMD calls Intel "an abusive monopolist"
Says the EU made the right decision.
Intel hit with $1.45 Billion fine in EU
But is it a fair one.
EU set to hit Intel with large fine
Says Intel is Violating Anti-Trust Laws.