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Google Fails EU Appeal to Overturn Record €4 Billion Antitrust Fine

The European Union’s General Court in Luxembourg upheld a decision to fine Google a record €4-billion fine meted by the bloc’s antitrust enforcers over...

The US also wants to unify chargers like the EU, but will they choose USB-C?

U.S. lawmakers are considering mandating a single charger for mobile device manufacturers, following the European Union's lead. This doesn't necessarily mean that USB-C will...

Finland, Sweden Submits Application to Join NATO Alliance

Finland and Sweden formally requested to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), a decision prompted by Russia's invasion of Ukraine and despite objections...

France’s Emmanuel Macron wins Re-Election Against Far-Right Rival

French President Emmanuel Macron won a convincing victory over his far-right opponent Marine Le Pen in France's election on Sunday, securing a second term...

Big Tech Will Be Forced to Remove Illegal Content in the Eurozone

Big Tech companies like Google and Facebook will soon be required to immediately remove illegal content in the Eurozone. European Union legislators on Saturday passed...

Greece launches Europe’s largest solar farm supplying power to 75,000 households

The Greek Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, inaugurated a new solar park, it is the biggest system with two-sided, or bifacial, panels in Europe. Greece has...

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