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Consumers should be exempt from roaming fees no matter how long they spend abroad, the European Commission said on Wednesday.
Britain's most valuable technology company, UK microchip designer ARM Holdings, is being bought by the Japanese internet giant SoftBank Group.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law an anti-terrorist bill that has been fiercely criticised both at home and abroad for offering huge powers to the security services and…
Dozens of Euro 2016 matches are being beamed via satellite to television sets and phones all over the world this summer.
Mixed full-year results from Vodafone - underlying earnings rose 2.7%, but losses after taxation were 4.02 billion pounds.
Britain's biggest broadband company, BT says it will spend six billion pounds (7.6 billion euros) on fibre-optic cabling and 4G mobile in the next three years.
The shock of discovering a surprisingly inflated mobile phone bill after travelling abroad within the EU should be a thing of the past from now on
Technology giant Apples's record-setting growth has finally come to an end. The company has reported a 13 percent drop in its second quarter revenues through to March.
Telecom giant Verizon Communications is believed to be poised to make a bid for Yahoo’s web business. It is also hoping to put in an offer for a
Facebook has announced it is providing strengthened encryption for its popular WhatsApp messaging service. The company says this means that
Samsung has launched its mobile payment service in China, following a similar move by Apple last month, but both face an uphill battle against dominant local electronic wallet services like Alipay.
Apple seeks to prove bigger is not always better with the unveiling of the new, smaller, iPhone and iPad.
French media group Vivendi has raised its stake in Telecom Italia to 24.9 percent which gives it effective control of the company without the expense of taking it over.
The US Commerce Department is set to place export restrictions on Chinese telecoms equipment maker ZTE for alleged violations of sanctions against Iran
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, China is in the ascendant, with firms like Huawei, Xiaomi and ZTE challenging the dominance of Samsung and Apple in the smartphone market .
India's tax office is pushing for billions in a dispute with Vodafone, even though the matter is the subject of an international arbitration process.
French telecoms shares have surged on the prospect of an imminent deal between Orange and rival Bouygues as reported by a French newspaper.
Hundreds of New York City payphones are being given a high-tech makeover with the introduction of free Wi-Fi kiosks. Standing over 2.7 metres tall
A telecoms giant with over half of France’s fixed-line and mobile markets. That’s on the table if a merger between Orange and Bouygues goes ahead
France’s Orange mobile telecoms operator has been fined a whopping 350 million euros by France’s competition regulator. It is the biggest-ever fine
France’s largest telecoms operator Orange has been in talks to buy certain assets from Bouygues Telecom, according to a report by Bloomberg. It
Gaza and the West Bank are set to get 3G technology, after Israel and the Palestinian Authority signed an agreement to introduce the long-awaited
The world’s largest mobile operator, Britain’s Vodafone, has reported a better-than-expected increase in revenue growth in the second quarter. Its
After years of relying on its own software, Blackberry is to break with tradition and use Google’s Android operating system. The Canadian group’s
Sarajevo has set the scene of historic talks between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia, 20 years after the end of the Bosnian War. The first ever
MEPs voted on Tuesday against plans to amend legislation that aims to protect “net neutrality” in the EU. Proposed changes to an EU regulation on how