ARCEP asks Paris prosecutor to investigate Skype over failure to register as telecom operator

Earlier this week, French regulator ARCEP revealed that it is reporting Microsoft's Luxembourg-based Skype subsidiary to the Paris prosecutor over the company's failure to register as a telecom operator in accordance with the country's law; a move which raises the question of what comprises a telephone company in the age of Internet-based communications.

Tech giants and colleges team up for new master’s degree and a diploma in data business

In coincidence with reports that the Irish Government will make an initial investment of _1million in the Centre for Applied Data Analytics Research CeADAR - a new Dublin technology centre in data

Samsung unveils Galaxy S4 smartphone at New York event

In a move which marks the latest development in the Apple-Samsung battle for dominance in the smartphone market, Samsung unveiled its much-anticipated fourth-generation Galaxy handset - the Galaxy S4 - at a gala Thursday-evening event at the Radio City Music Hall in New York.

BrightSource teams up with Abengoa for Palen project in California desert

In an announcement made by California-based solar company BrightSource Energy said Spanish firm Abengoa SA on Friday, the two companies have worked out a partnership for the Palen project in the California desert.