A new report by the U.S. Defense Department has criticized the performance and reliability of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters (JSF) and pointed out some faults in the stealth fighter jets being developed by Lockheed Martin.
Nintendo, a Japanese consumer electronics company, cannot allow jailbreaking of on its portable DS and fixed Wii consoles and uses encryption software to prevent its devices, Times Live reported.
In the Netherlands, the number of reports of Internet fraud has tripled in 2013, according to the Fraud Helpdesk.
A team of researchers is working on a project to develop a network for robots enabling them to work together and share information.
Samsung has confirmed prices of the Galaxy Note PRO and Tab PRO in Europe, including the Netherlands.
In the Netherlands, use of mobile internet has increased in 2013.
Police and courtroom officials regularly use data collected from public transportation cards and an organization monitoring street parking, according to De Telegraaf. The newspaper's investigation into investigation practices found that Translink Systems, the company which runs the OV-chipkaart transit cards, releases confidential customer data several times per week.
Dutch smartphone company FairPhone has begun delivery of their first "honest" mobile phones.
Apple is planning to build a data center in the port of Eemshaven, Groningen.
Microsoft plans to build a large data center in North Holland province, the Parool reports citing Reuters.
A new research shows internet use is widespread amongst the Dutch people.
A new research by ABN Amro shows that Dutch will likely to spend more than €10 billion this year for online shopping.
Right Brain has launched its cloud PVR service Bhaalu in the Netherlands, Broadband TV News reports.
Google has released an annual report of the most popular search terms in 2013.
In the Netherlands, Twitter use is significantly decreasing, according to a new research by GfK.
The Dutch police have launched a new mobile app to keep people informed about police news and updates, the Volkskrant reports Monday.
Delft University of Technology has developed a new a small flying robot, which weighs only 20 grams.
In the Netherlands, the number of people having a smartphone has surpassed those with a desktop computer for the first time, a new research shows.
Dutch luxury bus company Royal Beuk BV said it will install in its 20 buses a new technology that is designed monitor whether a driver is becoming sleepy, Ventura County Star reports quoting The Associated Press.
Netflix said in a blog post that the Netherlands has fastest broadband internet.
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.