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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Bolstered by Intel's recent green-light.
EU demands €2.42 billion.
ICO's £500K limit to break £17M.
Claims it lags technological progress.
The replacement for Safe Harbour.
Watson and Davis victorious.
Good news tempered by EU fine, though.
Search engines breathe easier today.
Modifying a console to get around its protection system can be lawful according to an EU court.
No word on OEM/ODM pick-up, though.
New EU limits will mean maximum 20p a minute or 45cents per MB.
Takes aim at digital criminals.
EU slaps company for browser ballot glitch.
Blames technical error to dodge EC fine.
Eco-Design guidelines will outlaw high-performance boards, it's claimed.
CURIA has ruled that digitally distributed software is not exempt from the doctrine of first sale.
Culture Minister Ed Vaizey casts doubt over EU laws that require consent before using cookies.
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.
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.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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