The EU signed Kyoto in 1997, and passed laws to lower emissions by 2005. Five years later it had double the wind power of the US, and ten times the solar power.
More than 100 million adults on the EU have never surfed the web, new European Union statistics show.
The European Commission announced this morning that it intends to investigate possible price-fixing by e-book publishers and Apple.
The Financial Times is reporting that EU competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia has made up his mind on Microsoft's proposed acquisition of Skype - and that he's giving it the go-ahead.
Biofuels hold great potential, but they're certainly a double-edged sword.
The EU has announced measures to try and cut the high cost of data roaming within Europe.
Facebook is facing a privacy probe by watchdogs in the European Union who are criticizing the site for what they believe is a blatant disregard for personal privacy.
It's the standard excuse for not wearing a condom: it decreases sensitivity, and therefore performance - 'It's all in your best interests, darling'.
Microsoft's put its two-penn'orth in to the European Commission's anti-trust investigation of Google, and has filed a formal complaint.
New EU regulations set to come into force in May could damage businesses' competitiveness, a UK trade body has warned. But never mind - it'll be months before anybody has to comply with the rules.
The EU's road train project, Sartre, has undergone its first real-world tests in Sweden.
A European Commission study has found that parental control programs function poorly when filtering Web 2.0 content such as social networking sites or blogs.
European cellphone users could soon be traveling a little lighter, with the release of a technical specification for a universal charger.
Smartphones could soon be used to launch distributed botnet attacks, a new EU security report warns.
The EU has agreed funding for a project to create the largest and fastest man-made craft in history.
The EU has opened an anti-trust investigation into Google in reponse to allegations that it unfairly promotes its own services in search results.
European governments are in danger of missing their targets for fast broadband penetration, despite the fact that the number of 10Mbps connections has almost doubled in the last year, says an EU report.
Facebook and Google are to be forced to ask users' permission before downloading personal data under new EU privacy rules expected to be announced today.
Certain EU member states routinely pump funds into despotic regimes and cavort with arch terrorists. But it seems as if there is now an important new item on the agenda: keeping Symbian afloat.
An EU-funded project has developed a computer system that can read people's body language and react accordingly.