Environmentalists are urging people to clear out their devices to help protect the planet.
European countries and developers are turning to mobile apps to track the spread of COVID-19, but they have to be careful to comply with strict EU data protection laws.
The pandemic has sparked the government of Greece to innovate like never before. The birthplace of democracy is going digital. But will the changes stick?
We've figured out the best way to stave off loneliness and stay productive when working from home.
Will the new strategy allow Europe to catch up with the US and China while protecting citizens from the risks of artificial intelligence? Euronews takes a look.
Improving digital literacy is key to protecting your online data from being exploited, whistleblower Brittany Kaiser told the Web Summit in Lisbon.
While their parents grew up without smartphones, two-thirds of kids in Germany have them by the age of 11.
The roll-out of the UK government's new digitalised welfare system has fallen short of expectations, with disastrous consequences for the most in need of their benefits.
We tour the latest major exhibition in London showcasing art as a social satire.