European Union lays down first cybersecurity rules
The 28 member states will have to set up anti-hacking task forces.
Germany scales back its spying while other nations want more
Germany will ban its intelligence agency from spying indiscriminately on EU citizens.
Europe's lawmakers suggest giving Snowden amnesty
A symbolic vote in favor of Edward Snowden.
Germany orders recall of 8.5 million emissions-cheating Volkwagens
If you're a VW owner in Europe, your car could be recalled soon.
Google: EU is 'wrong as a matter of fact, law, and economics'
Google officially responds to charges as the European Commission begins antitrust investigation.
Electric car sales are soaring in Europe (but not the US)
Think that the US would be the hottest market for electric cars? Guess again: Europe 's EV sales are skyrocketing.
EU finds that Apple and labels didn't conspire to end free music
The European Commission found no evidence that Apple and labels plotted to make life difficult for free music services.
EU to decide whether or not Uber is a transportation service
Uber has repeatedly insisted that it's not just a ridesharing company, but that interpretation is...
Google tosses 59 percent of Europe's 'right to be forgotten' requests
How is the European Union's "right to be forgotten" faring a year after it kicked in? If you ask...