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10/10/2014
The Austrian National Library is the first library in Europe to share a collection that has been digitised as part of the Google Books project under the new rights statement. Read more
09/10/2014
The EU-funded project meSch, Material EncounterS with digital Cultural Heritage, has the goal of designing, developing and deploying tools for the creation of tangible interactive experiences that connect the physical dimension of museums and exhibitions with relevant digital cross-media information in novel ways. Read more
09/10/2014
The EU-funded TOSCA-MP project may have closed, but its legacy lives on, and visitors to the Future Zone can learn of the results of its research. Read more
09/10/2014
On 9 October an Action Cluster Kick-Off Conference took place in Brussels. The event offered to the representatives of all committing partners of the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities (EIP-SCC) to meet and begin co-operating in six Action Clusters. Read more
09/10/2014
Over 1,500 events aimed at bringing ideas to life with code. Read more
09/10/2014
The Commission updated the EU rules on spectrum use related to Ultra Wide Band products. Read more
09/10/2014
Background Memo with FAQs to the Recommendation on relevant markets adopted today by the European Commission Read more
09/10/2014
Today the European Commission – in agreement with Member States - decided that two telecom markets should no longer be subject to regulation in Europe, and that two more should be redefined to reflect market and technology developments. The rules take effect immediately. Read more
09/10/2014
The Explanatory Note sets out in greater detail the reasoning behind the changes in the third Commission Recommendation on relevant product and service markets within the electronic communications sector. Read more
09/10/2014
The updated version of the Commission Recommendation sets out a list of markets which still warrant ex ante regulatory intervention. Read more

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