Max Schrems accuses Facebook of helping the US National Security Agency mine customers' personal data

Austrian's case against Facebook suffers a setback

01 Jul An Austrian student's legal battle against Facebook, accusing it of helping the US security service to collect personal data, suffered a setback after a Vienna court rejected his case on procedural grounds, both sides have said.

The move will bring Word, Excel and PowerPoint to Android

Microsoft Office now available on Android

25 Jun Microsoft has followed through on a promise to release versions of its widely used Word, Excel and PowerPoint programs for smartphones running on Google-backed Android software.

Carl Icahn sells off his Netflix shares

Carl Icahn sells remainder of Netflix stake

25 Jun Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn said his firm had sold the remainder of its stake in Netflix and that Apple represented the same opportunity he said Netflix offered years ago.

The leaders are calling for a prudent approach to regulation while urging strong political endorsement of the digital single market strategy

Government urges EU caution on internet regulation

24 Jun Eight European Union nations including Ireland, Britain and Poland have urged caution with regulating the Internet, as Brussels prepares a sweeping review of the behaviour of web giants that could see them subjected to new rules.

Getty Images says its problems with Google date back two years

Getty makes EU complaint over Google image search

24 Jun Getty Images has become the latest company to take its grievances with Google to EU antitrust regulators, accusing the world's most popular Internet search engine of favouring its own images service at the expense of rivals.