TikTok has been fined a huge sum of money by the Dutch DPA, a sum total of €750,000, for not appropriately communicating its app's data privacy and usage policy, in accordance with the EU's GDPR.
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Snap Inc and Oxford Economics have released a new report which says Gen Z will drive the economic recovery thank to their aptitude with technology. It said they'll also adopt AR first.
A Dutch hacker has managed to log onto President Trump's Twitter account after guessing his password seven times. He reported the breach directly to Trump so he can remedy the problem.
Two Uber drivers and the App Drivers & Courier Union has taken the ride-hailing firm to court to try to learn whether the service's algorithms are discriminating against drivers or not.
You can now purchase Samsung's Galaxy M31 mid-range phone in the Netherlands for a price of €279. The device is powered by an Exynos 9611 chipset and it sports a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen.
Police forces worked with the NSA to introduce malware into a secure texting platform EncroChat. Over 800 criminals have been arrested. Two tons of drugs and dozens of arms have been seized as well.
Google has announced that it is planning to spend €3 billion in Europe over the next two years to bolster the data centres that it operates. The investments will help create more jobs.
The top ten passwords used by Dutch netizens has been revealed. They're not too dissimilar from the type of passwords we've seen before but some of the entries have a unique Dutch spin.
Microsoft's second purchase of wind energy in the Netherlands in recent years sees it partner up with sustainable energy company Eneco. The deal will run for 15 years, starting from 2022.
Google's Eric Schmidt has made remarks to the BBC recently, in which he has stated that he was comfortable with Google's tax avoidance practices and that he would defend the company's actions.
Uber has announced that its freight service, Uber Freight, will be arriving in European markets in the next few weeks. The launch will begin in the Netherlands before expanding to other countries.
A new report suggests that Facebook lost 640,000 users last year in the Netherlands alone. The report said that under 40's were the main group deserting the platform for Instagram and WhatsApp.
Through subsidiary Nuon, Vattenfall will expand an existing windpark in the Wieringermeer Polder, close to Amsterdam. Microsoft will use 100% of the output to power its nearby datacenter.
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.
Google has already released its July security update for Android, but Samsung is among numerous manufacturers that still haven't delivered the June security patches to many of their devices.
Domino's has teamed up with Starship Technologies to launch autonomous pizza deliveries in European cities. The miniature robotic vehicles will deliver within a one-mile radius of Domino's stores.
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.
A series of prominent Twitter accounts, including Amnesty, Unicef and the BBC, started throwing insults at Germany and the Netherlands and promoting Turkish propaganda thanks to a security breach.
Niantic is being taken to court by Dutch authorities, who are concerned that the swarms of Pokémon GO players roaming around are destroying some protected natural areas along the country's beaches.
BlackBerry has cut a hefty chunk off the price of its Android flagship, the Priv, in several key markets, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and various parts of Europe.
The 500,000-member Consumentenbond is taking Samsung to court, alleging that it is "guilty of unfair trade practices", and "demanding that Samsung actually provide its smartphones with updates".
A rather cryptic tweet from Microsoft Netherlands could be a hint that the company will soon add support for that market to its Cortana digital assistant, currently supported only in the US.
A court has ruled that a mandatory ISP-level block restricting access to The Pirate Bay in the Netherlands is unlawful, and access to the site is already being restored to Dutch web users today.
Tech giants, Microsoft and Apple have reportedly set sights on The Netherlands to construct their data centers and are planning to invest billions to get the infrastructure ready over the coming years
Netflix has announced its launch in The Netherlands, with the service going live today, bringing international and home-grown Dutch content to subscribers there for €7.99 a month.
Seven new schools, branded Steve Jobs schools, have opened in seven different cities in the Netherlands. They offer a more flexible time table, coaches and most importantly, a 1:1 iPad to pupil ratio.
After revealing details of its UK launch, Microsoft has announced availability and pricing info for the Surface Pro in a number of European countries, with most of them going for a May 31st date.
In a bold move, a Dutch opposition party wants to turn DDoS attacks into a legitmate form of online protest by legalizing one of Anonymous' favorite tactics, calling it a 'fundamental right.'
One of the people arrested in the Megaupload case, Andrus Nomm, will be held in the Netherlands for 60 days pending his extradition to US officials for charges of online piracy.
A musician in the Netherlands has attacked anti-piracy group BREIN for distributing his work without permission on millions of DVDs. The piece was originally written for a local film festival.
The Netherlands is to relax its ban on the Segway motorized scooter, a two-wheeled, gyroscopically-balanced machine. "The general use of the Segway will be allowed on bicycle paths and roads under the condition that a...
The Dutch government has set a soft deadline of April 2008 for its agencies to start using open-source software - freely distributed programs that anyone can modify - the Netherlands Economic Affairs Ministry said Thursday....
Britain and the Netherlands will be the first in Europe to roll with 802.11a high speed networking kit, as country by country European approvals for the standard proceed. By July users in...