Spanish Prime Minister, Defence Minister ‘Hacked With Pegasus’

Spanish government claims prime minister and defence minister targeted with Pegasus spyware last year, as it faces pressure over alleged…

2 weeks ago

Spain Plans $12.4bn Chip Sector Investment

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says Spain will spend 11 billion euros to boost the country's semiconductor and microchip industry

1 month ago

Telefonica Spain Replaces Huawei 5G Kit For Ericsson Gear

Telecoms giant Telefonica confirms it has begun to replace some of its Huawei 5G gear in Spain with equipment from…

5 months ago

Google To Restore News For Spain After 2014 Closure

After a seven year absence, the Google News service is to be restored in Spain, after the government there passes…

7 months ago

Spanish Court Approves John McAfee Extradition To US

Cyber security pioneer John McAfee is to be extradited to the United States from Spain on tax fraud charges, but…

11 months ago

Chip Shortage – Renault To Extend Idle Factories Until September

Three of Renault's four car factories in Spain will be partly idled until end of September, as silicon shortage continues…

1 year ago

John McAfee Arrested In Spain, Faces US Extradiction

Colourful former security tycoon John McAfee arrested in Spain at the weekend, trying to board plane to Turkey with British…

2 years ago

Google ‘Grace Hopper’ Subsea Cable To Link US, UK, And Spain

New subsea cable from Google named after pioneering computer scientist Grace Hopper and will run from New York to Bude…

2 years ago

Spanish Lawmakers To Draft 3 Percent Digital Tax

More bad news for US-based tech businesses as Spanish lawmakers ready a draft law calling for a 3 percent tax…

2 years ago

Vodafone Expands UK’s 5G Network

5G network expanded into 15 towns and cities in the UK, coupled with 55 locations in Europe

3 years ago

Law Lessons: Facebook’s Spanish Fine Highlights Importance Of GDPR Readiness

ANALYSIS: Much of the conversation around GDPR has focused on the security implications for businesses, but what about privacy?

5 years ago

Spain’s Biggest Banks Back Red Lyra Blockchain Initiative

Companies will be able to use the network to securely validate services and identities

5 years ago

Vodafone’s First Nb-IoT Network Goes Live In Spain

Vodafone claims its Nb-IoT network in Spain will be able to connect 100m devices

5 years ago

Google Shuts Down The News In Spain

Search giant pulls Google News following dispute over ‘tax’ on story links

7 years ago

Vodafone Agrees £6bn Deal For Spanish Cable Firm Ono

Vodafone makes another fixed line acquisition as it seeks to offset sliding mobile revenues

8 years ago

NSA Monitored 60 Million Spanish Phone Calls In One Month

Spanish authorities demand explanation after Snowdon documents reveal yet another mass surveillance operation

9 years ago

Linux Users In Spain File An Official Complaint Against Microsoft

Hispalinux demands an investigation into the use of UEFI Secure Boot protocol in Windows 8

9 years ago

Euro Crisis: The State Of The Spanish IT Industry

SPAIN: The Spanish IT industry is suffering along with the rest of the economy

9 years ago

Jim Zemlin: Proprietary Software Is Doomed

SPAIN: Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation tells Silicon News that Linux and open source must win in…

10 years ago

TechWeekEurope Shows Tech Strength Of Europe: Gallery

BRITAIN: NetMediaEurope's editors, from five countries across Europe gathered in London

10 years ago

Can Latin America Be Telefónica’s Saviour?

SPAIN: Times are tough for Telefónica in Europe. Will shifting the emphasis to Latin America and the online world help?

10 years ago

US Pushed Spain Into Passing An Online Piracy Law

Leaked letter shows US government threatened Spain with trade sanctions to force it to favour passing an anti-piracy law

10 years ago

Spain Investigates “Anticompetitive” Oracle

Spanish authorities are examining HP's claims of anticompetitive practices by Oracle relating to Itanium support

11 years ago

Turkey Arrests 32 Anonymous Hacker Suspects

Thirty-two people have been arrested in Turkey on suspicion of involvement with hacktivist group Anonymous

11 years ago

Spanish Police Arrest Anonymous Operation Hackers

Spanish authorities claim capture of three members of the Anonymous denial-of-service hacker group

11 years ago

Google Faces Spanish Inquisition Over Street View

No-one expected that headline, as a Spanish judge summons Google to court and Germany asks questions over Wi-Fi data gathered…

12 years ago

US States Considering Google WiFi Investigation

Several US states are looking into whether Google broke U.S. laws by collecting data from WiFi networks

12 years ago