I can appreciate my esteemed debate opponent's arguments in favor of Chromebooks, but the debate reinforces my belief that these devices aren't the best to meet the needs of users.
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The news of a class-action ebook settlement due to price-fixing kicked up a notch as publishers Macmillan and Penguin joined the publishers whose settlement had already been approved by the court.
A Linux user group filed a complaint with the European Commission alleging Microsoft's UEFI practices violate antitrust laws. Does the complaint have legs?
AT&T has won partial reinstatement of a price-fixing lawsuit against firms including AU Optronics and Samsung Display Co.
If you bought an e-book published by Hachette, HarperCollins, and Simon & Schuster in the last two years, you might be eligible for some store credit.
After 3 weeks of testimony and 3 days of deliberation, the jury in the Samsung vs. Apple patent trial has reached a verdict. And the winner is...
It was not a good day for Samsung in a U.S. federal court on Friday.
Microsoft announced today that Windows 8 will be ready for the public on October 26. But antitrust regulators in the European Commission are threatening to spoil the celebration with a new investigation triggered by rival browser makers.
Motorola's apparent concessions at the bargaining table weren't enough to get Microsoft to budge, either on licensing terms for H.264 or on the injunction they won against Motorla phones.
Students who don't buy in to the scheme can expect lower grades.
In an unexpected twist, Microsoft buried its Barnes & Noble lawsuit hatchet, and formed a partnership. Why did the two make a deal and what comes next? Here's my take.
Intel will appeal a European Commission fine against the company in 2009, for breaching antitrust and competition laws for blocking AMD sales and harming the rival chipmaker.
Apple, Google, Adobe and three other companies have failed in a bid to fend off a US antitrust suit, in which they are accused of an illegal hiring conspiracy.Apple, Google, Adobe and three other companies have failed in a bid to fend off a US antitrust suit, in which they are accused of an illegal hiring conspiracy.
A U.S. District Judge has rejected calls to dismiss an antitrust suit, after allegations were made that Apple, Google, and others colluded not to 'poach' each others' employees.
An ITC judge tossed out the key defense Barnes & Noble wanted to use in a patent suit by Microsoft. The full opinion lays out the existential threat Android faces from patent claims.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center has sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission asking it to investigate Google's integration of Google+ and Google Search. EPIC cites the FTC's ongoing antitrust investigation of Google and Google's April 2011 settlement with the FTC over deceptive privacy practices.
A federal judge isn't letting Google off the hook when it comes to the lawsuits accusing the search giant of using their Street View cars to illegally gather information.
If the FTC probe weren't bad enough, French search company 1plusV has filed suit against Google, seeking around $420 million in damages for the search giant's alleged anticompetitive search ranking practices.
Sprint files to block the merger between T-Mobile and AT&T. Is it anti-competitive? Depends on who you ask.
A lawsuit claims several major tech companies violated antitrust laws by allegedly conspiring to fix employee pay, as well as working out 'no solicitation' deals with one another.