The Royal Navy is testing just how much robot craft can do by themselves in military exercises off the British coast.
British lawmakers want more transparency and less bias in decision-making -- not their own, of course, but in decisions made by AI systems.
French freedom of information law now treats source code as disclosable in the same way as other government records.
Software developer Nexedi is so keen to see Apple improve the rendering engine in its iPhone browser that it's filed suit against the company in a French court.
PC sales volumes have hit bottom, so from next year, the only way is up, say Gartner analysts.
European Union privacy watchdogs are concerned by reports that Yahoo has been secretly scanning its users' email at the request of U.S. intelligence services.
The companies are in talks, but nothing is decided yet, says Fujitsu.
Samsung Electronics has agreed to buy Viv Labs, an artificial intelligence startup created the team behind Siri.
Salesforce.com has agreed to buy user data management platform Krux, potentially allowing businesses to process even more data in their CRM systems.
Microsoft is adding to its European cloud infrastructure, with plans to open new data centers in France next year, CEO Satya Nadella said Monday.
The European Commission is preparing to fine Google for paying smartphone makers to exclusively use its search engine on their mobile devices, according to Reuters.
The Paris Motor Show hummed with electric cars. From teeny hatchbacks to Formula-E hot rods, it seemed like suddenly everyone had an EV. Here's what we saw.
SAP has bought IoT startup Plat.One, marking the start of a plan to invest US$2 billion in the internet of things over the next five years.
Banks stopped three new attempts to abuse the Swift financial transfer network this summer, its CEO Gottfried Leibbrandt said Monday, as he announced Swift's plan to impose tighter security controls on its customers.
Facebook must stop collecting information about WhatsApp users in Germany, a local privacy watchdog has ordered.