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Is Respawn's Star Wars game a return to the glory days of Jedi Knight or more of a Holiday Special?
Intro to a promotional build for Intel and Aorus feat. Core i9-9900KS & RTX 2080 Ti Xtreme Waterforce.
Orders ongoing security audits.
Most likely US only, though.
Watches you watching it.
Same claims as its US filing.
'Baseless,' claims Qualcomm.
Says it's been ripping off Apple.
Fails to adhere to FRAND guidelines.
Must try harder, Trade Commission says.
Admits its chips are still slower, though.
Sony has fallen a foul of the FTC due to misleading ads it produced for the PS Vita in 2012.
Google has been ordered to pay out refunds amounting to $19m to children who accidentally bought in-app purchases.
'Arrogant, immoral and a disgrace.'
The US Federal Trade Commission is asking for declarations following complaints that Google's purchase of mobile advertising company AdMob would stifle competition.
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."
The US Federal Trade Commission has sued Intel, claiming the company has illegally used its dominant market position to stifle competition.
Recent reports claim that the US Federal Trade Commission is close to filing a complaint alleging the Intel has engaged in anti-competitive practices.
Not surprisingly, AMD has weighed in with its own thoughts on the European Commission's ruling against Intel.
Jack Thompson has been oddly quiet lately, but now he's back with a vengence and has filed a complaint with the FTC about the advertising campaign for BioShock.
In utter proof that American policy makers really do think the internet is a big thing used to catch fish, the FTC has stated that net neutrality is not a big deal.
The FTC has found Rambus guilty of staging itself for a monopoly with patents, lies, and more than a couple lawsuits.
November 20 2019 | 16:00
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