Glass can now search for YouTube videos and can recognize music. Also added, is a new way to share photos.
The Dutch Government should study the possible effects of Google Glass on road safety, according to several political parties in parliament
Privacy watchdogs around the world are not satisfied with the privacy around Google glass. They demand an explanation, but so far Google wraps itself in silence.
Based on the study done by the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and Tilburg University, downloading from illegal sources has amplified several months after a court ordered ISPs in the country to stop access to The Pirate Bay.
The number of digital TV connections in the Netherlands increased by 1.0 percent in the second quarter of 2013 to 6.543 million on June 30. Nearly 85 percent of all households have a digital TV connection, Telecompaper reports.
The first seven Ipad-Only "Steve Jobs schools" opened in some cities in the Netherlands on August 21.
F1 in Schools™ has been introduced in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Nokia has announced the launch of the Lumia 625 in the Netherlands next month.
On August 15, Cryptanalyst Marc Stevens from the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) in Amsterdam launched an open source software that can identify and stop forged digital signatures.
Following the agreement between T-Mobile Netherlands and Tele2 Netherlands, it has been announced that Tele2 Netherlands will have right to use most of the antenna sites on rooftops and towers in the Netherlands.
Green Heart in Woerden will shift to the most up-to-date technology in parking management from Cale.
Wohler Technologies will unveil the version 8 series of the Wohler RadiantGrid Intelligent Media Transformation Platform at the 2013 IBC.
With this new browser, blockage to Pirate Bay site will not be a problem anymore. This also applies in the Netherlands where internet service providers restrict their users’ accessibility to this famous torrent site.
On August 5, Vodafone Netherlands launched its 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, and The Hague.
On Monday, the world's first laboratory-grown burger is set to be revealed and served at a news conference in London.
Designer Vincent Montreuil has proposed his latest innovative mobility plan for a better city.
The Dutch football association is ready to test the ‘video referee’ in live matches, using an immediate replay of the games in the next couple of seasons in Eredivisie, reports Telegraaf.
Researchers at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) in Amsterdam and Falmouth University in the UK have formulated a new technique to measure the feedback of audiences.
Eindhoven’s sudden large amount of patent filings and innovations has recently earned it the reputation of “most inventive city in the world.”
Uber will launch a unique service called Uber Sloep for residents and visitors who prefer to travel through the city's waterways.
Spotify has helped essen music piracy in the Netherlands and Norway.
An eco-mobility company based in the Netherlands called Van.Eko has just launched the world's first bio-resin bike and it will soon be available in the country.