Our weekly round-up of the top stories from Europe's de-facto political capital
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital
Russia's Facebook and Google equivalents have been banned in Ukraine - hitting millions of web surfers.
A gaggle of America's biggest hi-tech companies have called for a silicon veto of President Trump's tightening of controls on HB1 visas, saying they threaten jobs and competitivity.
The French presidential elections will soon get underway.
America's biggest healthcare retailer joins the list of companies stopping You Tube advertising as the row over lack of scrutiny of controversial content continues.
Google promised better controls for its websites, particularly YouTube, after complaints companies' adverts have appeared next to hate-filled videos.
At least a billion hours of content are being consumed by YouTube users each day, Google-owner company reveal
Some 2,000 Cuban households are getting to grips with free Internet access as part of a government-run pilot scheme in downtown Havana.
British internet users reveal their key searches in Google's review of the year.
US internet giant Google has agreed to help remove content insulting Thailand’s monarchy.
Google has launched a new line in smartphones along with other gadgets designed to take on electronic giants like Apple and Samsung.
French drugmaker Sanofi and the US firm Verily are to invest around $500 million (445 million euros) in a joint venture to help people with diabetes.
EU regulators have hit Google with another competition charge, accusing it of blocking rivals in the online search advertising market.
Spanish tax inspectors have raided Google’s offices in Madrid as part of an ongoing investigation into possible tax evasion.
With the Brexit referendum less than a month away, Business Line examines the latest economic arguments from both sides, and our IT focus is Google I/O.
French investigators carried out a dawn raid on the Paris headquarters of US internet giant Google in a probe over tax payments.
Google which has been testing self-driving cars since 2009 is going one step further in the development of the technology. It is has agreed with car