T-Mobile Netherlands has selected NEC Corp. to deliver a cloud storage service.
Hackers have breached almost 2 million accounts on Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo and other social media.
A government committee tasked with investigating electronic surveillance recommended that Dutch intelligence agencies should be allowed to monitor internet and telephone traffic.
CDON Group AB announced that its subsidiary NLY Scandinavia AB has launched its shopping club Members.com in the Netherlands.
A privacy watchdog in the Netherlands said Thursday that Google violates Dutch data protection law by combining personal data from its different online services, Reuters reports.
In the Netherlands, nearly all households have an internet connection and almost half have a tablet computer, national statistics office CBS said.
International Card Services (ICS) and Vodafone Netherlands have joined forces to launch a mobile credit card in mid-2014 to support contactless payments by smartphone, Telecom Paper reports.
Dutch Banking Association, NVB, has signed an agreement with the Consumers Union on new rules aimed at increasing security for users of online banking, Telecom Paper reports.
A rocket was launched, Thursday, from a Russian launch base, with three Dutch nano satellites on board. According to the Dutch aerospace company, ISIS, the launch was successful
A new research report reveals that an estimated 1.61 billion people will log in to social networking sites at least monthly this year, up 14.2% from a year ago.
UPC Netherlands plans to increase its standard subscription rate from €18.20 per month to €18.70, starting January 1, 2014.
Instabridge plans to open 300 Wi-Fi hotspots in the Randstad, the west of the Netherlands.
T-Mobile Netherlands has decided to sell its broadband business Euronet/Online to the Canal Digital Satelliet Group.
Dutch company Royal Philips announced that it has teamed up with Desso, a global carpets, carpet tiles and sport pitches company, to develop solutions that combine LED lighting with light transmissive carpet.
The data centres in city of Amsterdam have agreed to reduce the energy use, Telecom Paper reports.
Vodafone Netherlands announced that it will invest €270 million over the next three years in the Netherlands.
Samsung wants to help Dutch seniors to learn how to use digital services such as the internet and social networks.
Huawei Netherlands has mistakenly put customer information online in an open directory.
For the longest time it seemed science fiction, driving independently, without a driver. Starting today that technology seems a step closer. Minister Melanie Schultz (Infrastructure) made a first test drive on public roads in Amsterdam with auto-piloted cars
Transport group Arriva is planning to test a new mobile payment system in Groningen and Friesland in the Netherlands, Telecom Paper reports.
Dutch financial institution Rabobank has partnered with Giesecke & Devrient (G&D) to launch a commercial mobile payment solution in the Netherlands.
Joris Tinbergen has resigned as the head of Google in the Netherlands, Emerce reports.
His design of a floating bed was named the best invention in 2006 by Time Magazine, but his home from a 3D printer was also appreciated worldwide. Now the Amsterdam architect Janjaap Ruijssenaars again comes up with an innovative design: terraced houses with a 360 degrees view
Harris Broadcast and Broadcast Partners announced the completion of the Netherlands’ transition to all digital radio.
The companies deployed the nationwide digital audio broadcasting plus (DAB+) solution in a record three months, which included more than 30 Harris Broadcast Maxiva VAX transmitters with web enabled IP-based control and monitoring from the head-end to the transmission stage, Harris Broadcast said in a statement.