PlayStation TV to soon hit US-Europe
Sony Computer Entertainment said a PlayStation TV home entertainment system will debut in North America and Europe by the end of this year.
US Internet access ahead of EU in key areas: study
A study disputing findings that the US lags in Internet speeds said Wednesday that Americans have better access to broadband than most Europeans.
Hackers target OSCE website
The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe said Wednesday its website had been hacked.
Rich-poor gap and the risk of civil war
Researchers from the University of Tübingen have found that the greater the disparity in wealth, the greater the risk of civil war. "If unequal division passes a certain level, the effects within a region are enormous," ...
Google faces up to image problem in Europe
As Google bowed to a European court ruling to consider users' claims to remove embarrassing search results, the company took the first step toward preventing any more such punishing decisions—acknowledging ...
Image: Lake Constance in Central Europe from the Sentinel-1A satellite
The freshwater Lake Constance in Central Europe is pictured in this image from the Sentinel-1A satellite.
European beaches still best bet for summer swimmers
Swimmers wanting to take the plunge this summer in Europe can do so safe in the knowledge that the continent's 22,000 bathing destinations are getting cleaner.
Light-colored butterflies and dragonflies thriving as European climate warms
Butterflies and dragonflies with lighter colours are out-competing darker-coloured insects in the face of climate change.
Engineers find way to build a tunnel under the Bosporus Strait
The two young women are ready for the big moment. With their backs turned toward the rails, they're holding their cell phones in position and standing arm in arm on the platform at the Üsküdar train station. ...
Europe's salamanders at risk from mystery fungus
The discovery of dozens of dead salamanders in Belgium in recent weeks is triggering fears that a mystery fungus risks threatening the very survival of the tiny amphibians across Europe.
Study shows importance of European farmers adapting to climate change
A new Stanford study finds that due to an average 3.5 degrees Fahrenheit of warming expected by 2040, yields of wheat and barley across Europe will drop more than 20 percent.
Taking weather forecasting into the future
The first documents signalling the go-ahead for Europe's fleet of MetOp Second Generation weather satellites were signed today in the presence of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the Berlin Air Show.
Top PC maker Lenovo posts 29% jump in annual profits (Update)
Chinese computer maker Lenovo Group on Wednesday announced a jump in full-year net profits of 29 percent, driven by record sales of smartphones.
Vodafone profit warning as sales drop
Vodafone's annual profit rocketed to £59.3 billion, boosted by the sale of a stake in US joint-venture Verizon Wireless and despite more problems in Europe, the British mobile phone giant said on Tuesday.