Asus issues first environmental report
Finds its laptops a little dirty.
Prices not falling any time soon.
This PC-exclusive top-down shooter well worth your time and £11.
Just six months into a 'five-year' sentence.
'Inconsistent with EU law,' ruling states.
'Denied consumers [...] choice and innovation'.
It's Tesla or nothing, customers told.
Children as young as 11 involved.
Joint ventures protected, TMC sale going ahead.
No more redirections, please.
Says it shared details with Intel.
Proposes a social media levy.
Won't let Toshiba sell to its competitors.
Record fine now at risk.
Orders ongoing security audits.
Will be treated as seriously as offline crime.
Looks to quell users' privacy concerns.
For everything 250g and over, anyway.
Uses victory over Oculus VR as a platform.
Most likely US only, though.
Partners failed to agree on the filing.
Alleges price fixing, Single Market blocks.
No trade secret theft, though.
Same claims as its US filing.
Must undertake training, too.
Expert claims factual inaccuracies.
No accounts for under-13s.
Requires foreknowledge, for-profit.
Knee-jerk response to recent attacks.
No class action status, either.
Now called the Investigatory Powers Bill.
Claims trademark abuse to censor show.
Bumper penalty for price collusion.