Apple has reached an out-of-court settlement and will potentially pay millions in damages to lay an antitrust lawsuit regarding ebook price fixing to rest.
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Apple has failed to block a compliance monitor designated to it after a judge found the company guilty of fixing the prices of ebooks.
In breach of U.S. federal antitrust law, Apple and five other publishers conspired to fix and raise ebook prices in order to undercut Amazon's dominant position in the market.
The smartphone making division of Google is sent a formal list of complaints by the EU for allegedly abusing its position in the market over recent patent litigation with Apple.
There's no formal investigation yet, but Europe's competition watchdog is looking at Apple's iPhone deals with the continent's mobile carriers.
Following complaints by Apple and Microsoft, the European Commission has launched twin investigations into Motorola's alleged failure to honour its FRAND patent commitments
The FTC has subpoenaed Apple over use of Google as the iPhone's and iPad's default search engine, as the regulator continues its inquiry into the search giant's business practices.
The European Commission is looking into a complaint from Apple that Motorola is in breach of its commitments around the FRAND terms of key patents
Apple has asked European antitrust regulators to settle a dispute over patents. A formal antitrust investigation could be looming over Motorola.
Samsung is being formally investigated by the European Commission over licensing deals it made with rival manufacturers for the use of patents essential to mobile telephony standards
The iPad maker is being investigated by the European Commission over concerns that it formed a cartel with five publishers over the sale of e-books
Amid continuing patent clashes between Apple and Samsung, European regulators are investigating whether antitrust law has been broken.
How dominant can Google's Android operating system become? Dominant enough for almost an entire industry of rivals to play a US$4.5 billion game of patent keep away. Now it's time to rev up the lawsuits.
So it's now thinner, lighter and comes in two colors. No, I'm not talking about Steve Jobs...
Antitrust regulators have broken off a probe into Microsoft, Apple, Oracle and EMC's proposed purchase of 882 Novell open-source patents, as the companies have withdrawn a key filing
Barely a fortnight after Apple abolished some developer restrictions for iPhone and iPad developers, the European Union has said it will stop its antitrust investigations into the company
The US Department of Justice is, according to anonymous sources, in the early stages of an investigation of Apple's tactics in the digital music market.
German software maker Nero has alleged that MPEG-LA is abusing its monopoly in licensing common video-decoding software
The Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission are considering an antitrust investigation into the iPhone SDK, according to a newspaper report
Apple is reportedly facing an antitrust investigation at the behest of Adobe, but there's one irksome question: Should antitrust delve into the guts of a software developer kit?
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