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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?
European Union investigators have recommended that EU Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes should formally charge Intel on the grounds of illegal business tactics.
Intel has sent a document to the court that counters the claims AMD has made about it so far. The gist - we don't need to cheat, we rock!
Dell, HP, Dixons Best Buy get letters from AMD - 'save your emails, we want them for our courtcase!'
AMD is going on the offensive, taking Intel to court in the States for alleged monopolistic practices. Full details inside.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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