Google hit with £3.78 billion EC fine
Will, naturally, appeal.
Could leapfrog current tech.
Three percent 'interim' tax in the works.
Take down terror content within the hour.
'Denied consumers [...] choice and innovation'.
€13 billion hinging on its appeal.
No more redirections, please.
Bolstered by Intel's recent green-light.
Aim to fill the corporation tax gap.
Alleges price fixing, Single Market blocks.
Looks to prototype creation.
Ireland must recover illegal aid.
Sites need permission to scan.
Alleges anticompetitive behaviour.
No competition concerns, says EC.
'Unclear and ambiguous,' says critic.
No roaming freedom til 2017, though.
Bumper penalty for price collusion.
Asks for explanations on antitrust issues.
Unlikely to actually happen, though.
Resolution calls for unbundling of search.
Minimum score required for consideration.
Tax breaks for UK cultural exports.
Blames technical error to dodge EC fine.
Eco-Design guidelines will outlaw high-performance boards, it's claimed.
Microsoft's Sinofsky has confirmed that Windows 8 will launch on the 26th of October.
The EU has pledged to investigate Intel's planned purchase of McAfee.
The European Commission has unveiled plans to use the freed up analogue TV spectrum to offer high-speed wireless broadband to all citizens.
Microsoft has unveiled plans for a 'ballot screen' in Windows 7 E which will allow users to choose their Web browser, and is just waiting for approval from the EC.
Apple has finally agreed to join an EC project which aims to equip all mobile handsets sold in Europe with a universal micro-USB charging port by 2012.
The EU is expected to announce this week that it will fine Intel for anti-competitive business practices that stretch back eight years.
3D Television may be in our future - A European Consortium is looking into everything from stereoscopic to holographic TV, with some interesting predictions.
Live in rural areas? Got power plumbed in? You could be set up for broadband too if the latest trials from Texas are anything to go by.