Belgian scientists turn polluted air into hydrogen fuel
The tiny device uses two 'rooms,' separated by a membrane, to purify air and generate power simultaneously.
Kobo is the next to offer an e-book subscription service
It's a response to all-you-can-read options from rivals like Amazon.
Solar-powered machine turns urine into drinkable water
Scientists will use a 1,000 liters of recovered water to make beer.
US carriers cover the costs for calls and texts to Belgium
It's an important olive branch in the wake of the Brussels terrorist attacks.
Internet of Things could save lives during Antarctic expedition
The Belgian Antarctic expedition will use Sigfox's wireless tech to ensure they don't get lost in snowstorms.
Brussels wants you to make internet calls to random locals
Visit a website and you can talk to any Belgian who picks up a public receiver.
Facebook locks down Belgian site following tracking lawsuit
To comply with the privacy watchdog's demands, only logged-in users can view pages.
Belgian Twitter users post cat pics to help police in weekend raids
As a massive manhunt swept Brussels, Belgians posted cat photos to Twitter in the name of safety and solidarity.
Facebook must stop tracking non-users in Belgium, or else
Facebook has just two days to stop tracking Belgians that aren't signed up for the social network.