The Apple-Shazam acquisition, confirmed in December of 2017, might come to a close within a month as EU antitrust regulators reportedly nod.
Google has been fined more than €4 billion for tying up Android with its search and web services. We've updated this story with a statement from Google.
In its latest round of actions, the SCOTUS has pushed into a review phase for whether allegations of Apple's anticompetitive behavior should be cast aside.
There's plenty of legal action between Apple and Qualcomm over many topics, but does one owe the other $4.5 billion in royalties?
The Department of Justice wants to separate Turner Broadcasting, which owns several basic and premium cable channels, from satellite TV provider DIRECTV, owned by AT&T.
The San Diego-based semiconductors company is conceding some ground to smartphone manufacturers by offering a patents package at a lower price. But it doesn't mean that flagship phones will cost less soon.
Prices for RAM chips fell by 60 percent between 2014 and 2016. And then the prices started to go back up. And everyone's smartphones and laptops were just a bit more expensive.
If AT&T were to subsume Time Warner, it would commit to binding arbitration over the license fees of channels like CNN and HBO with its distributor counterparts.
Qualcomm will need to pay over $1.2 billion after the European Commission ruled the semiconductor giant's exclusive LTE modem supply deal for iPhones and iPads broke antitrust rules.
There's no "planned obsolescence" going on in Samsung's software update-developing labs, and the chaebol will fully cooperate with Italian antitrust authorities to prove its innocence.
Planned obsolescence is starting to feel like company policy for Apple, and the main Italian antitrust authority may want to punish both Cupertino and Samsung for that.
The company claims that it really needs more time to bring in all the millions of documents the FTC needs in its case. It plans on appealing daily fines it is receiving.
Google has been hit with a record €2.4 billion EU fine for anti-competitive practices researched and documented for nearly a decade.
The Federal Trade Commission and many of Qualcomm's customers want to take the chipmaker to task. Qualcomm's response? 'Defective'
The two chipmakers have reinforced allegations that their market-leading rival has disengaged with the competition and left device-makers stranded.
If you want to use Google Play Services, you go by Google's terms. But did those terms hurt Samsung in developing a competent competing OS, Tizen?
The conclusion of a long, drawn-out antitrust case could be finally nigh, as the European Union appears intent to fine Google a record €3 billion.
Google is spread far and wide. From hardware to software to services, it’s given its wares all across the world from Australia and Hong Kong to Russia and Europe. It’s those latter two places that the legal systems there have cases against the Mountain View behemoth. Specifically, a competing search engine company in Russia and the European Commission.
Enter Alphabet, Inc., the new holding company that holds Google. It has just addressed the EU’s regulatory arm with a 130-page response to antitrust charges. It has been redacted to protect trade [...]