As announced back in January, Microsoft is increasing the cost of its Microsoft Cloud services by up to 15% in certain regions of Europe. This move will impact organizations, not consumers.
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Ericsson has sent out an internal memo announcing it'll lay off 8,500 employees worldwide. The move is part of the company's cost-cutting strategy due to slow demand for telecom equipment.
Ericsson is working with Telia and Sahlgrenska University Hospital to build AI models that allow the hospital to receive COVID-19 patients in a more prepared manner, ensuring enough supplies.
The European Commission has approved funding from several member states which will be used to develop every stage of the battery manufacturing process, thus improving the technology.
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.
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 South Korean giant has announced that the proprietary mobile wallet platform, Samsung Pay, will be coming to four additional markets this month. A launch in Turkey in Q4 2017 is also rumored.
After closing its Skype office in London last year, Microsoft said that it "has made the difficult decision" to close its office in Stockholm, Sweden, "potentially putting at risk all 120 employees".
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.
A new report published by two anti-piracy-focused outfits has made a suggestion that operating system makers should build blocks into their software to disable access to websites that enable piracy.
McDonald's franchises in Sweden are piloting a new Happy Meal offering that will include a DIY kit to turn a Happy Meal box into a VR container meant to house your smartphone.
As many ISPs around Europe block access to the site, a Swedish court says no, and rules in favor of allowing access to the Pirate Bay through Bredbandsbolaget, a Swedish ISP.
Activists from the youth wing of Sweden's Pirate Party provided free Wi-Fi at a major security conference, and viewed the web usage of top government and industry figures via the unencrypted hotspot.
An administrator for The Pirate Bay has now spoken up about the server farm raids that occurred a week ago, and aside from not caring, has hinted that The Pirate Bay could still return.
The famous, or rather infamous, torrent site is currently offline after a police raid yesterday targeted some of its equipment. At least one man is reported to have been detained.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft won't launch the Xbox One in the Nordic countries in Europe until the third quarter of 2014. Microsoft is not commenting on the report.
A Nokia Lumia 800 smartphone was dropped by accident in a lake in Sweden and stayed at the bottom for 3 1/2 months until it was recovered and found to be still operational.
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.
Gottfrid Svartholm, one of the co-founders of The Pirate Bay website, is now back in Sweden after being deported from Cambodia and may be charged with another crime.
Gottfrid Svartholm, the once missing co-founder of The Pirate Bay file sharing site, will be deported out of Cambodia after being found and arrested in that country last week.
Anonymous have led their latest attack on government websites in an attempt to 'help' Julian Assange, with a particular focus upon ensuring specific targets are disrupted and stay down for some time.
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.
Peter Sunde, one of the founders of The Pirate Bay, has written an official plea for pardon to the Swedish government, three years after he was sentenced to a year in prison for piracy related crimes.
Ikea has unveiled a cardboard digital camera, offering photography in a completely recyclable manner. The camera, known as the "Knappa", unfortunately won't be sold publicly.
The Pirate Bay claims that a new raid on its operations by Sweden-based law enforcement officials is in the works, but says it is prepared to deal with a Megaupload-style shutdown.
Peter Sunde, co-founder of The Pirate Bay, claims that the entertainment industry is subverting governments and legal systems to protect a business model that's no longer relevant.
Sweden's Supreme Court has ruled today that the three Pirate Bay team members that were given prison sentences and fines won't be given an appeal, making their sentences permanent.
It's hard to believe, but a new report claims that a religion that has file-sharing as one of its major themes, the Church of Kopimism, is now an officially recognized religion in Sweden.
A Swedish customer found out the hard way that applications sold through the iTunes store are for personal use only, with business use forbidden by Apple, when trying to reclaim tax on a purchase he...
The purchase of The Pirate Bay by Swedish software company Global Gaming Factory X AB (GGF) has looked unlikely for several weeks now as the firm has been struggling to raise enough funds for the...
Swedish software company Global Gaming Factory X AB said on Tuesday it had agreed to buy file-sharing website The Pirate Bay for 60 million Swedish crowns ($7.7 million). The Pirate Bay is one of the...
Neowin readers will almost certainly be familiar with the controversial case concerning the owners of famous BitTorrent tracking website 'The Pirate Bay', and the Swedish court of appeal. Today it was announced that the four...
Elections for the European Parliament were held in most European countries today, and, as many expected, Sweden's Piratpartiet, or Pirate Party, has won a seat with over 7% of the vote, according to The Local....
According to an article by TorrentFreak, Sweden's Pirate Party seems all set to gain a seat in the EU Parliament, according to polls in Swedish newspaper DN.se. The Pirate Party has received significant attention since...
In just seven hours following the sentencing of the "Pirate Bay Four" earlier today, more than 3,000 people have joined the Piratpartiet, the "Pirate Party". The influx of new people make Piratpartiet larger in terms...
According to the Local, various members of the IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) have taken the stand in the ongoing trial against the Pirate Bay now unfolding in Sweden. At one point, John...
Sweden's public prosecutor Hakan Roswall plans to charge the Pirate Bay's organizers with accessory and conspiracy to break copyright law, which could lead to fines or up to two years in prison. The charges will...