UPC Netherlands is expanding its Wi-Fi network based on customer routers.
The Netherlands has agreed to expand cooperation with Germany on digital security.
Mobile commerce is rapidly growing in the Netherlands and mobile e-commerce is expected to be the growth drive for the e-commerce sector in the coming years.
A report released by Telecompaper reveals that Samsung mobile dominates the smartphone market in Netherlands.
Netherlands’ largest cable operator Ziggo has rejected a takeover bid from John Malone's Liberty Global.
People who use the Internet are getting more choosy on social networks and they also use less news sources. These are the results of a questionnaire of ING among 1515 Internet users.
The outcome of this questionnaire is not in line with what analysts say about the growing number of users for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. The investigation of ING shows that an increasing of users of social networks are actually inactive. Only Facebook has been visited more last year.
A new report by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs’ Radiocommunications Agency found that some Dutch telecommunications and internet service providers (ISPs) have violated European Union law requiring the retention of communications data for the purposes of investigating, detecting and prosecuting serious crime and terrorism.
Solar Team Eindhoven won a prize in the World Solar Challenge in Australia. The Dutch solar car won in the cruiser class, where practicality is as important as speed.
The Nuon Solar Team from TU Delft won the World Solar Race. The Dutch car, Nuna7, passed the finish line in the Australian Adelaide a little after two Dutch time.
Apple halved the production of the iPhone 5C from 300,000 to 150,000 pieces a day due to disappointing sales, according to the Chinese website Ctechcn.
iPhone® 5s, the most forward-thinking smart phone in the world, and iPhone 5c, the most colorful iPhone yet, will be available in Italy, Russia, Spain and more than 25 more countries, among which The Netherlands, on Friday, October 25, announced Apple® on October 9th .
Apple has reportedly been working on smart glasses, similar to Google's Glass since 2006. The project was put on hold to work on the iPhone.
The UMC Groningen (Universitair Medisch Centrum) celebrates with a symposium Friday that already the five hundredth patient has received a cochlear implant.
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.