Google hit with £3.78 billion EC fine
Will, naturally, appeal.
Could leapfrog current tech.
'Denied consumers [...] choice and innovation'.
Bolstered by Intel's recent green-light.
Record fine now at risk.
Alleges price fixing, Single Market blocks.
Alleges anticompetitive behaviour.
Asks for explanations on antitrust issues.
SAIC serious about getting answers.
Apple, Google, Intel, Adobe still in the dock.
Good news tempered by EU fine, though.
No wrongdoing admitted, naturally.
Intel has paid $6.5 million to settle an antitrust case brought by the state of New York back in 2009.
Dell has put aside $100 million to settle possible antitrust claims following its work with Intel.
Xerox has filed suit against search giants Google and Yahoo!, alleging infringement of patents held on knowledge management and automatic query generation.
In a filing with the FTC, Intel has unearthed a 2004 e-mail made by AMD's then-vice president Henri Richard stating that he would "never buy AMD for a personal system."
New York Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo has filed a federal antitrust suit against chip maker Intel, claiming that it bribed and threatened OEMS to maintain a monopoly.
Mobile communications giant Qualcomm has been hit with a record fine by South Korean antitrust authorities over claims of anticompetitive behaviour.
Not surprisingly, Opera has said that Microsoft’s offer to completely remove Internet Explorer from Windows 7 was not enough to restore competition.
A leaked memo from Microsoft has revealed that the software giant plans to ship Windows 7 without a browser in Europe.
EU antitrust regulators have told the music industry that it needs to change the way it licenses music online in Europe.
Intel's General Counsel has admitted that fighting the EU's £948m antitrust fine will be an uphill battle.
Not surprisingly, AMD has weighed in with its own thoughts on the European Commission's ruling against Intel.
Intel CEO and President Paul Otellini has responded to the EU's ruling. This episode is far from over, it seems.
As expected, the EU has slapped Intel with a record fine for abusing its dominant position in the market. It found Intel guilty of antitrust on two counts.
The EU is expected to announce this week that it will fine Intel for anti-competitive business practices that stretch back eight years.
The argument about IE's inclusion in Windows continues, as ECIS shows its support for the AC's antitrust case against Microsoft.
Intel says that Global Foundries isn't a subsidiary under the terms of its agreement with AMD, and threatens to pull AMD’s licenses.
Nvidia recently filed an 8-K report with the SEC, stating that it had reached an agreement in the GPU antitrust class action case.
Sharp and Hitachi, who make the LCD screens for the Nintendo DS, have been accused of price fixing following office raids in Japan.
Finally agreeing with the European Commission's antitrust findings, Microsoft has laid out two separate models for interoperability licensing to third party companies.
Coming as no shock to many around the world, Microsoft has lost its appeal in the European Union antitrust case.
In order to alleviate antitrust concerns, Microsoft will be making some changes to the desktop search function in Windows Vista.
California is leading the way to continue oversight of Microsoft concerning antitrust practices. The original oversight is set to expire in November.
An economic study done by ERS Group has found that Intel has extracted over £31 billion in monopoly profits in the past decade.
Things have been quiet on Microsoft’s anti-trust case for a while now, but that looks like it is about to change after Google filed a complaint with the Department of Justice.
Intel told a judge in the lawsuit it's defending from AMD that it "misplaced" several important emails which the court demanded be preserved. Maybe the dog ate them?