Norwegian telecom operator Telenor has signed a deal with Apple to begin selling the US multinational's popular iPhone in Sweden, Denmark and Norway.
Peter Alvarsson, CEO of Headweb, argues that illegal downloading sites will continue to thrive until consumers are offered a viable alternative.
Two men have been convicted of agitation against an ethnic group after performing Hitler salutes in front of a crowd in Arvika in western Sweden last summer.
The government presented a bill on Friday that would allow Swedes to buy non-prescription drugs in shops other than the state-run pharmacies, bring the country closer to discarding the Apoteket pharmacy monopoly.
Sweden’s political parties continue to shed members, as parties on the right and the left together saw thousands drop from their membership rolls in 2008.
The late Swedish soprano Birgit Nilsson picked Spanish tenor Placido Domingo to receive the first prize given in her memory, organizers announced on Friday
A Swedish court granted automaker Saab's request for protection from creditors while it attempts to restructure.
The Pirate Bay trial was interrupted on Friday morning as lawyers quarreled over admissible evidence, prompting a defence attorney to liken the proceedings to an episode of the classic US legal drama Perry Mason.
As The Pirate Bay trial gathers pace, The Local catches up with Swedish writer Sam Sundberg, who recently published a book about the Swedish internet piracy movement: Piraterna - De svenska fildelarna som plundrade Hollywood ('The Pirates - The Swedish File Sharers Who Plundered Hollywood').
A prominent Riksdag member has expressed outrage upon learning that Sweden's new JAS Gripen fighter jets can’t receive encrypted communications.
The Riksdag’s education committee said on Thursday it plans to call in the head of Sweden's University College of Arts, Craft and Design (Konstfack) in the wake of a controversial art project.
Estonia on Thursday decided against opening a new probe into the 1994 Baltic Sea ferry disaster which claimed the lives of 852 victims, discounting claims of a cover up.