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Artificial intelligence is set to stop young people thinking wine is 'pompous'.
'Whistleblower' allows users to easily report or document evidence of fly-tipping, illegal parking or animal abuse.
With an increase in danger from natural disasters over the last decade - and indications that this will only get worse - a team of developers have created an app that gathers huge amounts of data in emergency situations.
Huawei had planned for the possibility of a US ban: the company has been developing its own operating system, it has said.
Tel Aviv is trying to catch the attention of people distracted by their smartphones using LED stoplights embedded in its pedestrian crossings.
The Federico II University in Naples is the world’s oldest public university. It also hosts the Developer Academy where students learn to develop apps for iphones.
The tech giant has posted record-breaking results, but warnings over sales sent shares tumbling.
Italy's anti-trust watchdog has said it is fining Apple and Samsung over software updates.
The new law states primary and junior high students have to keep their phones in backpacks or otherwise out of sight
At he Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society outlined her vision for a of successful evolution.
A Slovenian company is creating new business opportunities by optimizing data mined by the EU's Copernicus programme from outer space.
Euronews takes you on a 360 visit to a mobile phone test lab
Snapchat, YouTube, Instagram: is all this time on smartphones bad for children?
The instant messaging service is ending its support for older and less popular operating systems