The US Customs Service ruled today that Google has violated the importation ban imposed by the ITC by continuing to infringe on Sonos patents.
Recent Antitrust Stories
The UK has uncovered the real reasons why Apple prevents Microsoft from bringing Xbox Cloud Gaming to the iPhone and iPad.
Match Group announced today that Google has agreed to allow the company to use an alternative payment system for its Android apps.
Tinder parent company Match Group sued Google this week for abusing its monopoly power over Android app distribution.
Amazon revealed this week that customers will no longer be able to buy ebooks from the Kindle or Amazon apps on Android.
Florian Mueller of FOSS Patents reports that Microsoft quietly withdrew its support for ACT, the trade organization it previously created.
EU Parliament and Council negotiators reached a consensus on the Digital Markets Act (DMA), a new set of rules aiming to limit the power of the biggest technology companies.
Google faces more antitrust troubles in the EU, with the European Publishers Council complaining about its advertising dominance.
Microsoft has joined 35 U.S. States in supporting Epic Games’ legal battle against Apple and its onerous App Store policies and fees.
The EU General Court today annulled a 2009 antitrust decision against Intel, reversing its record €1 billion fine in the process.
The Netherlands antitrust authority has fined Apple 5 million euros for failing to meet its in-app payment systems requirements.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted in favor of the American Innovation and Choice Online Act, which will help curb Big Tech’s power.
With the U.S. Congress set to debate new legislation that could rein in the power of Big Tech, Google says it has some concerns.
Well, I was right: Microsoft will release new Windows 11 features before October 2022. In fact, it just did so. And now I wish I'd been wrong.
Indie web browser maker Vivaldi has publicly lashed out at Microsoft’s user-hostile and potentially illegal behavior with Microsoft Edge.
A federal judge denied Apple’s attempt to delay the ruling in its case Epic Games case and said the firm was engaging in “antitrust conduct.”
In another legal blow to the online giant, the EU General Court ruled against Google’s appeal of a 2017 antitrust verdict related to shopping services.
In a stunning example of how regulatory action can drive major change in Big Tech, Google will comply with a new South Korean law.
Unlike Apple, Google has seen the light: It is dramatically lowering the fees that it charges for subscription and media apps in its Play Store for Android.
With its eye on Apple’s appeal of a nearly-identical case, Google this week counter-sued Epic Games for bypassing its in-app payment system.
Apple appealed the ruling in the Apple v. Epic Games case in a bid to delay having to make positive changes for app developers.
The Netherlands antitrust authority has ruled that Apple’s in-app payment system requirements must be changed.
Japan's Fair Trade Commission announced that it is investigating Apple and Google for abusing their dominance in the smartphone market.
The South Korea Fair Trade Commission today fined Google $177 million for abusing its dominant market position.
Multiple reports state that the U.S. Department of Justice will announce a new antitrust lawsuit against Google by the end of 2021.
I appreciate many Apple and Google products and services, but their stance on mobile app store fees isn’t just wrong, it’s a lie.
South Korea has a new law that will require Apple and Google to offer third-party payment methods to developers.