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The new European antitrust chief needs time to evaluate the case, calling the stakes having a "big potential impact" on those involved — and not just the search giant.
The chipmaker may end up facing two antitrust probes if EU officials get their way.
According to a lawyer close to the EU's investigation, the search giant's alleged complicity with the National Security Agency's surveillance of Europeans is a "factor" in the reopening of an antitrust case.
The huge fine, handed down for abusing its dominant broadband position, will have to be paid in full by Telefonica after its latest appeal failed.
Intel has lost its challenge to Europe's 1.06 billion fine for locking rival AMD out of the market.
The European antitrust authority gives the search giant just "weeks" to deliver further concessions — yet again — or face massive fines.
And Joaquin Almunia, who has been embroiled in a three-year saga with Google, is not happy about it one bit.
Google and Europe are hammering out an antitrust settlement. Whether or not EU regulators will bite remains another thing, however.
Google's chances of avoiding European sanctions over its search practices are looking better.
The Korean electronics giant is in hot water over the use of patents in lawsuits against Apple. Now it's offering more in a bid to avoid a massive antitrust fine.
The European Commission's antitrust chief says a decision on Google's antitrust case is near — and warned that because the search giant's share is larger in the EU, it will not follow its American counterpart's earlier decision.
First the EU demanded more concessions from Google. Next in line, Samsung faces a similar fate should it fail to appease European regulators.
New proposals were submitted as the search giant aims to avoid a $5 billion fine.
The Brussels-based bureaucrats are hinting at the possibility of massive fines on deck if Google can't move quickly on alleviating concerns by the European officials.
The global Apple v. Samsung saga took an interesting twist on Tuesday after reports emerged that the Korean electronics giant is in talks to settle with European antitust regulators.
The search giant believes it has addressed the EU's concerns over its ongoing antitrust case, despite facing the possibility of adjusting its concessions further to appease the executive body.
The executive body is reportedly looking at how Google licenses Android, such as the "potential requests" to cancel or delay the launch of rival platforms.
The search giant aims to settle an antitrust case with EU officials, but rivals are reportedly unhappy at the concessions already on offer.
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.
Bank cards, SIM cards, even in your passport: smart cards are everywhere. But the EU believes such smart card chip suppliers are falling foul of antitrust laws by fixing prices.
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