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27/03/2015
The European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC2015) is the key yearly event for showcasing EU funded research and innovation, as well as for presenting the latest developments in this area. The deadline is extended until Friday 27 March, 2015 (midnight, CET). Read more
27/03/2015
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation over the Finnish telecoms regulator's (Ficora) proposal for the new rules on mobile termination rates (MTRs). Read more
27/03/2015
After the successful completion of their first 2013 pledge to the Grand Coalition, Google renews its pledge with fresh initiatives and even more ambitious numbers. Read more
From 26/03/2015 to 16/04/2015
50 years Moore's Law: what's in it for us? Read more
26/03/2015
ENGAGE is more than a simple open data repository. It is an intelligent social and collaborative space for researchers, data journalists, citizens and other potential end users, who rely on open public data for professional or personal use. Read more
26/03/2015
The European Commission today decided to withdraw proceedings against Luxembourg for persistent delays in analysing relevant markets as the Luxembourgish authorities notified the Commission of the missing market analyses. Read more
26/03/2015
A new ‘lab-on-a-disc’ technology developed by an EU project research team can diagnose malaria and other febrile infectious diseases simultaneously in just an hour – allowing faster point-of-care treatment and precise drugs administration that could save thousands of lives. Read more
25/03/2015
Access to world-class networks and communication services. Fast and reliable, secure and affordable – everywhere, and for everyone. They are the basis for all online activities and digital services across Europe. Read more
25/03/2015
Digital technology is part of everyday life. From watching films, buying or selling online to connecting with friends – the internet is a goldmine of opportunities. But EU people and companies run into many barriers, such as geo-blocking or cross-border parcel delivery inefficiencies. Read more
25/03/2015
Final study report explores how examples of open innovation can be used to direct information and communications technology (ICT) public policy, two innovation Challenges were run as part of the project. A thought-leader workshop was then held to discuss the outcomes and implications of the Challenges, and explore how crowdsourcing can be more widely used in public policy and the potential for up-scaling. Read more

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