MEMO/14/293  16-04-2014 - April infringements package: main decisions 
European Commission - European Commission MEMO Brussels, 16 April 2014 April April In its monthly package of infringement decisions, the European Commission is pursuing legal action against Member States for failing to comply properly with their obligations under EU law.
MEMO/14/304  15-04-2014 - Commission welcomes European Parliament support for a safer, healthier, high-tech and more #Connected Continent 
European Commission - European MEMO Brussels, 15 April 2014 Commission @NeelieKroes, today welcomed European Parliament votes on cheaper and easier to install broadband, on eCall, on research to keep Active an Assisted Living and Electronics. Reduced cost of broadband deployment Today the European Parliament voted on EU rules which would cut by 30%...
IP/14/435  14-04-2014 - New Commission study identifies Europe's top ICT hubs 
European Commission - European Commission Press release Brussels, 14 April 2014 Wondering what makes an ICT hotspot? Take a look at Munich, London, Paris or smaller cities such as Darmstadt identified in a new EU Atlas of ICT hotspots. This atlas shows where digital technologies thrive and examines the factors contributing to this...
IP/14/394  10-04-2014 - Healthcare in your pocket: unlocking the potential of mHealth 
European Commission - European Commission Press release Brussels, 10 April 2014 The European Commission is today launching a consultation on #mHealth or mobile health, asking for help in finding ways to enhance the health and wellbeing of Europeans with the use of mobile devices, such as mobile phones, tablets, patient monitoring devices and...
MEMO/14/266  10-04-2014 - What mHealth can do for you 
European Commission - European Commission MEMO Brussels, 10 April 2014 See also IP/14/394 @NeelieKroesEU, Vice-President of the European Commission, responsible for the Digital Agenda, said: "mHealth is just one of the benefits of a #ConnectedContinent – helping patients, doctors and carers take control, wherever they are.
SPEECH/14/321  10-04-2014 - Speech: An Open Internet for the whole world 
European Commission - European Commission [Check Against Delivery] Neelie KROES Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for the Digital Agenda Speech: InfoPoverty World Summit New York City, 10 April 2014 To add your comment to this speech, see the social version of the speech here In Europe, and across the world, every country...
IP/14/385  07-04-2014 - Commission again requests the German telecoms regulator to lower mobile call rates 
European Commission - European Press release Brussels, 7 April 2014 Commission The European Commission has requested the German telecoms regulator (BNetzA) to amend or withdraw its plans which would result in mobile termination rates (MTRs) paid to sipgate Wireless, a new operator on the German market, more than 80% higher than in most...
SPEECH/14/299  07-04-2014 - Speech: Connected continent supporting top-quality eGovernment 
European Commission - European Commission [Check Against Delivery] Neelie KROES Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for the Digital Agenda Speech: Local and Regional Information Society Conference (ISSS), Hradec Králové, Czech Republic Brussels, 7 April 2014 To add your comment to this speech, see the social version of the speech here We're in...
STATEMENT/14/108  05-04-2014 - European Commission reaction to ICANN/NGPC decision on wine domain names 
European Commission - STATEMENT Brussels, 5 April 2014 European Commission The European Commission welcomes the decision by ICANN's new generic top-level domain (gTLD) program Committee (“NGPC”) to put on hold the applications for .wine and .vin and its encouragement to applicants to negotiate.
IP/14/373  03-04-2014 - European Parliament votes to end roaming charges, expand consumer rights and make it easier to create better telecoms. 
European Commission - Commission STATEMENT Brussels, 3 April 2014 European Today the European Parliament voted to end roaming charges by Christmas 2015, as part of a wider vote in support to the Commission’s proposed regulation for a “Connected Continent” (telecoms single market)*.