Germany badly hit by Microsoft flaw
More than 60,000 computer systems in Germany were exposed to a flaw that allows unauthorised users to access systems in Microsoft's email software, the head of its cybersecurity watchdog said on Wednesday.
Germans take down illegal darknet market place
German prosecutors have taken down what they believe was the biggest illegal marketplace on the darknet and arrested its suspected operator.
Tesla's wiper controls banned in Germany
Tesla's wiper controls through its touchscreen have been ruled illegal in Germany after someone crashed their Model 3 while using them and fought a fine and driving ban through the court system.
34 percent of Germans want hydrogen vehicles
Because hydrogen worked so well in a vehicle the last time the Germans tried it
A study shows that 72 percent of Germans would opt for a vehicle with alternative propulsion if the price was not higher than that of a conventional combustion engine.
Germans say Facebook abused position to illegally harvest user data
Bad day for Zuckerberg
Germany's top court ruled on Tuesday that Facebook had abused its dominance in social media to illegally harvest data about its users.
Germany requires all services stations to have charging stations
Part of post-coronavirus stimulation package
Germany will require petrol stations to offer electric car charging to help remove refuelling concerns and boost consumer demand for the vehicles as part of its 130 billion euro ($146 billion) economic recovery plan.
Huawei dismisses German newspaper's spy claims
Fake news still no actual evidence
Huawei has denied a newspaper report that alleged the German government was in possession of evidence that it had cooperated with Chinese intelligence.
German industry looking at disruptive tech
Information Services Group report
Enterprises in Germany are more interested in emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and digital platforms, and are looking to digital business service providers to help them use these solutions to grow their businesses, according to a new report published today by Information Services Group (ISG)
Windows 7 costs the Germans a fortune
Probably best to splash out on some new gear
The German federal government stands to pay at least $886,000 this year to Microsoft, according to local media.
German courts say Google must forget about murderers
Shush don't mention German killers
A German court has ordered Google to remove the name of a convicted double murderer from online search results in Europe.