The two formal European Commission investigations centre on IBM's mainframe business, including its bundling of hardware and software, and its behaviour toward rival service suppliers
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Google will be including their browser, Chrome, in their new operating system, Chrome OS. Even though Google disapproved Microsoft's efforts to keep Internet Explorer as part of Windows, they are seemingly entirely contradicting themselves. Hmmm? Article
If you ask me, Apple is getting dangerously close to putting itself in the line of fire from an antitrust bullet. And when it comes, it'll have nothing to do with the iPod or Mac OS, but instead it's the way Apple manages the App Store.
Google has announced a new Chrome Operating System, designed for the web and with a browser baked directly into it — so much so that the entire OS is named after it. But the search giant should watch out: this decision seems designed to attract antitrust attention.
A California judge has granted Apple's motion to dismiss Psystar's counterclaims that the company violated antitrust laws by blocking third-parties from selling Mac OS-based systems.
Following the EU-Microsoft antitrust ruling, a major European thinktank has challenged Windows' hegemony by recommending all PCs be sold without an OS
Windows Vista hasn't shipped yet, but Microsoft and the European Union are already caught up in a tussle over the antitrust impact of security technology in the OS.
European antitrust regulators cite possible bundling of Internet search, PDF-like formatting in the next OS.
The "most senior geek" after Gates got the OS onto almost every desktop, but he also influenced the decision that prompted the landmark antitrust case.
Microsoft says that if it loses its antitrust case, it would have to take Windows off the market. That might be the best thing that ever happened to the industry-standard OS. Too bad it'll probably never happen.
That seems to be the Department of Justice's contention. But is the DoJ's argument based on the current marketplace -- or wishful thinking?
Judge Jackson had set a Tuesday deadline to learn whether DoJ, Redmond giant needed more time to settle, with conclusions of law to follow.
When it got socked with two private antitrust lawsuits last week, Microsoft waved the filings away as rehashes of old complaints.
first published:Tue, 05 Jan 1999 17:18:16 GMT
Originally published Thu, 22 Oct 1998 09:52:22 GMT
Surprise at rival's support of status quo
First published: Tue, 01 Sep 1998 09:07:24 GMT
As the historic antitrust trial beteween the US government and Microsoft re-opens, the protagonists offer conflicting interpretations of the evidence.
First published: Thu, 25 Jun 1998 15:16:56 GMT
Microsoft Corp.'s dealings with its hardware vendor partners on issues which are at the heart of the U.
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