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24 October 2014
Third CoP meeting

Chaired by Robert Madelin, Director General of DG CONNECT, this event will be an opportunity for all stakeholders committed to promote good practice in self- and co-regulation to meet and exchange ideas and experiences, in the...[more]


24 October 2014
CoP third plenary meeting on November 24th: programme available

Check out the programme and discover the speakers and topics of the upcoming CoP plenary meeting. Join us on November 24th to discuss and share SR/CR experiences in the new EU policy landscape![more]


24 October 2014
SOCIETIES: The science of relevant networking

The EU SOCIETIES ICT research project has spawned a host of tools and applications allowing people to form smart communities in which they can discover, connect and organize “relevantly” with one another.[more]


23 October 2014
Electronica 2014

Electronica is the largest electronics trade fair in Europe. Over 70,000 visitors from more than 70 different countries are expected to come to this event.[more]


23 October 2014
Reuters video report on EU-funded research project FATE: Fall detector for the elderly speeds up emergency alerts

FATE aims to validate an innovative ICT-based solution for the detection of falls in ageing people. A portable and easy-to-use fall detector that runs a specific algorithm to accurately detect falls is being tested and validated...[more]


22 October 2014
Two Europes or One Europe? - Neelie Kroes

We have a problem today of two Europes: a digital Europe and an analogue Europe. Of digital mind-sets and analogue mind-sets.[more]


22 October 2014
HBB-NEXT: TV evolution leaves no one behind

Hybrid Broadcast and Broadband TV (HbbTV) technology bring additional internet services directly to the TV set. HBB-NEXT, an EU project, works on the next generation of this technology and have come up with many novel solutions,...[more]


21 October 2014
A few words on my #AskAnsip Twitter chat

Vice President designated Andrus Ansip, writes a blog to comment and answer his #AskAnsip chat.[more]


21 October 2014
EU-funded ROVINA project awarded

The ROVINA project has been awarded the "Maker of Merit" award at the Maker Faire Rome - The European Edition.[more]


21 October 2014
Forget Indiana Jones: here comes the Robot Archeologist

'Forbes' claims that the EU-funded ROVINA project is better than Indiana Jones. Read the article to learn more about it.[more]