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Apple's digital assistant gets a new British competitor.
Microsoft complains new "right to be forgotten" law is "too prescriptive."
Euro-sceptic populist Timo Soini fails to build on parliamentary success
Violence feared on streets of Aarhus, Denmark, as far-right gathers from across Europe.
Breivik met Belarusian “Natascha” on an internet dating site.
The move outrages education minister and parents, concerned about for-profit schools.
Human Rights Watch says mandatory sterilization law causes "anguish" for those who remain fertile.
Hollywood star Ashton Kutcher invests in Gidsy, a Berlin-based travel start-up.
Report shows Breivik believed that attack that killed 77 would spur anti-Islam revolution.
Balancing pomp and populism, Queen Margrethe II became Denmark's most popular monarch.
Oslo court orders second opinion on mass killer's sanity.
Pressure grows on Britain as both Denmark and Sweden move toward joining European fiscal pact.
Dutch court orders ISPs to block The Pirate Bay, just as the file-sharing site faces SOPA threat.
Media organizations were left red-faced by a concocted story about "Austrian International Sex School."
Danish Queen shrugs off polls showing more Danes want her to abdicate than stay in place.
Tech pioneer that invented the "smart phone" sinks further toward oblivion.
Denmark's right wing attacks the new liberal government for dismantling draconian immigration laws.
Anders Breivik has received visitation requests from anti-Islamic "fans."
Music and film giants win another small victory in the long fight to stop online piracy.
Kopimi (pronounced ‘copy me’), reveres Control-C and Control-V.