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Network drive failures, audio issues abound.
Will charge for its Android apps.
'Denied consumers [...] choice and innovation'.
Bolstered by Intel's recent green-light.
Record fine now at risk.
Same claims as its US filing.
Files complaints with national bodies.
Alleges anticompetitive behaviour.
No competition concerns, says EC.
It's only taken four years...
Asks for explanations on antitrust issues.
Unlikely to actually happen, though.
Resolution calls for unbundling of search.
SAIC serious about getting answers.
Intel has paid $6.5 million to settle an antitrust case brought by the state of New York back in 2009.
The EU has pledged to investigate Intel's planned purchase of McAfee.
Dell has put aside $100 million to settle possible antitrust claims following its work with Intel.
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.
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.
Microsoft has unveiled plans for a 'ballot screen' in Windows 7 E which will allow users to choose their Web browser, and is just waiting for approval from the EC.
Browser developers Opera and Mozilla have accused Microsoft of anti-competitive behaviour over the Windows 7 update process, which resets the default browser to IE.
Microsoft has confirmed plans to introduce functionality within Windows 7 that will allow in-built packages - including Internet Explorer 8 and Media Center - to be disabled.
Speaking regarding the EU's decision that Microsoft's browser bundling was an abuse of monopoly, architect Mike Connor claims that bundling Firefox is "not the right outcome."
An economic study done by ERS Group has found that Intel has extracted over £31 billion in monopoly profits in the past decade.
Dell, HP, Dixons Best Buy get letters from AMD - 'save your emails, we want them for our courtcase!'