A job search firm in Denmark has filed a complaint against Google, saying that the company uses its inferior Google for Jobs tool to stifle the competition and tighten its grip over the labour market.
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Ericsson has trialled Boston Dynamic's Spot equipped with 5G, making it operable at far greater distances than when a WiFi connection was required. In the trial, it did fence perimeter checks.
Microsoft has announced #DigitalLeapDenmark, a plan that includes building a renewable data centre in the country and providing 200,000 jobs and job training to all ages by the year 2024.
Apple will expand its green energy production in Europe with two onshore wind turbines in Esbjerg, Denmark. They will provide energy for the Viborg data centre which powers Apple services.
Denmark is looking into whether Google owes more tax. The country's Prime Minister has been a proponent of implementing a digital tax that would extract more profit from big tech firms.
Free Software Foundation Europe has urged Denmark to put its new contact tracing app, Smittestop, under a free software license. The WHO and the EU have both urged countries to do the same.
Apple Pay is now available to all Danske Bank account holders in Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Norway. Customers in these regions can use the iOS payment app with both Visa and Mastercard.
The Danish Superliga team, Brøndby IF, has collaborated with Panasonic in order to deploy facial recognition cameras around its stadium in order to keep blacklisted people from attending matches.
Emmanuel Macron is hopeful that he can get the Germans to side with proposals to levy big tech firms with a digital sales tax of 3%. Yesterday, Ireland, Denmark, and Sweden put brakes on the plans.
Google has added five more countries to the list: Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden. The device is available as a single pack as well as a pack of three at a discounted price.
Microsoft has finally announced the date at which the Surface Studio will be available in new markets. Starting June 15, you'll be able to grab the Studio in the UK, Austria, France, China, and more.
The Performance Base model of the Surface Book has been opened to preorders in 13 new markets, and as such, here is a list of prices in the different countries. Includes offers for the regular model.
In December, Microsoft announced plans to launch its Surface Book with Performance Base in eight new markets in early 2017. Today it opened pre-orders for the device in thirteen new markets.
Following laws which require taxis to carry fare meters and seats sensors, Uber has decided to pull out of Denmark effective as of April 18th. Its software division in Aarhus will remain.
OnePlus has formed a partnership with Denmark's wireless carrier 3 to offer its 3T handset. That means you can check out the device through its local stores and purchase it on contract.
The iPhone maker has announced the construction of two additional data centers in Europe, both of which will rely on renewable energy and sustainable development.
The founder of Pirate Bay and his accomplice have been found guilty in what is now being called the the biggest hacking case in Danish history. Both could face a maximum of six years in prison.
Microsoft owes the Danish government $1 billion in tax from their $1.3 billion purchase of Navision, later rebranded Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Navision nets Microsoft $1.8 billion in revenue annually.
Netflix has announced that it will expand its streaming movie and TV show business to the countries of Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland before the end of 2012.
A court in Denmark has ruled that the music site Grooveshark is to be blocked by internet providers due to its questionable previous history and approach to copyright.
Denmark has snatched the top spot from the US as the most network-ready country, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF). The 2006-2007 Global Information Technology Report saw America slide to seventh spot, with the...
Thanks to jerichohol for posting in BPN A group affiliated with the Danish music, film and software industries has been sending out invoices to users of peer-to-peer file-sharing networks like Kazaa...