The EU General Court today annulled a 2009 antitrust decision against Intel, reversing its record €1 billion fine in the process.
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EU tech firms complain the U.S. sanctions against Huawei and SMIC shuts them out of the Chinese tech market while U.S. tech firms can get exceptions.
The European Commission has determined that Amazon is violating antitrust laws by “distorting competition in online retail markets.”
Qualcomm is getting fined €242 Million for engaging in predatory pricing between 2009 and 2011.
The Department of Justice is reportedly preparing a new antitrust investigation against Google over its advertising and search businesses.
Today, the European Union official approved a controversial Copyright Directive that could hobble many big US tech firms in the region.
The European Commission has fined Google $1.69 billion for its illegal behavior in the online advertising market.
In a blow to giant US tech firms, the European Union has reached a provisional agreement to dramatically alter its copyright rules.
Google is reportedly mandating two years of security updates for popular Android devices as part of new contract.
Google is going to start charging Android manufactures for bundling its apps.