Apple has been refused permission to fly over Oslo in Norway to capture 3D images for the Maps app.
The site's bandwidth was being funded by the Swedish Pirate Party, but fear of a lawsuit forced that organization to stop paying for the service.
"It's a very powerful tool Facebook has and it's not yet clear how it all really works," Norway's data protection commissioner says of a feature that can recognize your friends in newly posted photos.
In an extraordinary display of entertainment at the Norwegian Developers conference, Microsoft offers a dance routine and rap number with some quite unforgettable lyrics.
An HTML5-powered app store courtesy of Opera Software promises yet another way to inject the Web into your television, the company announces as CES 2012 gets under way.
Dubbed Operation UnManifest, the hactivist network's latest campaign is aimed at discrediting the manifesto of Anders Behring Breivik, accused of murdering dozens of people in Norway last week.
Apple's iPad might be selling well around the U.S., but it's also getting some use with citizens of other countries. A recent report says Norway's Prime Minister is doing his company's work with the help of the tablet.
This story initially attributed funding to the wrong company. Enova, an energy technology company owned by a branch of the Norwegian government, is an investor in Hywind. The project has not received investment from the international EV truck and bus manufacturer of the same name.
An anchored Hywind prototype developed by Statoil will undergo two years of testing. The company is looking to install more floating wind turbine test farms in possibly Scotland or Maine.
Five sites will be getting 4-megawatt offshore wind turbines, whose rotor diameter is equivalent to the length of a football field, including the end zones.