EU Investigating Apple, Will Ask Google for More Concessions
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published May 28, 2013
The European Commission has reportedly launched an antitrust investigation against Apple while it continues to work towards a settlement with Google.
Tags: Google, search, Apple, EU, antitrust, European Commission (EC)
Microsoft Appeals Massive EU Fine
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published May 25, 2011
While a ruling on the outcome is months away, Microsoft's appeal this week of a massive fine by the European Commission is being eyed by other U.S. firms.
Tags: Microsoft, antitrust, European Commission (EC)
Microsoft's Choice Screen Doubles Opera's Downloads
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published March 22, 2010
If the new 'choice screen' that gives users the option of selecting a browser other than Internet Explorer works, Microsoft's browser share may shrink more. But if it doubled Opera's downloads, how has it done for the other competitors?
Tags: Microsoft, IE, Browers, Opera, European Commission (EC)