26 November 2012, 11:15
No one organisation to rule them all.
3 July 2012, 22:02
It doesn’t matter if you sold your soul by agreeing to the EULA.
26 September 2011, 15:43
Is the drive to unify e-payments across Europe restricting competition?
6 July 2011, 16:29
Further measures to prevent itinerant social networkers getting taken to the cleaners.
31 March 2011, 14:31
In a detailed blog, Microsoft's general counsel, Brad Smith, sketched out its criticisms against Google.
8 February 2011, 17:59
Manufacturers deliver the common mobile phone charger
26 January 2011, 18:28
Intel can buy McAfee so long as it promises to play nice with other security software companies.
20 December 2010, 13:30
Anti-trust regulators in Brussels may investigate the chip-giant’s recent shopping spree.
15 December 2010, 14:35
Mergers: Commission approves the acquisition of Motorola's mobile network business by Nokia Siemens Networks
8 December 2010, 15:05
Six far-eastern LCD panel producers were fixing the prices of displays from 2001 to 2006.
3 December 2010, 15:33
European Commission ready to start talks with US on personal data agreement to fight terrorism or crime
30 November 2010, 12:08
Antitrust: Commission probes allegations of antitrust violations by Google
4 November 2010, 16:31
Internet behemoths could be forced to lift lid on data habits.
30 September 2010, 14:34
Our laws governing the confidentiality of electronic communications are still deficient, says the EC.
20 September 2010, 17:16
Plan for unified member state approach, plus guidelines for operators.
6 July 2010, 15:56
Good news for the tech channel as a stronger pound should equal cheaper imports.
28 June 2010, 18:09
The days of being confronted with a shocking sky-high bill after browsing the web aboard are nearly over.
18 June 2010, 09:53
The US mobile chip giant says this is just more of the same stuff that failed to stick before.
2 June 2010, 15:02
Telecoms: Commission accepts UK regulator proposal to mandate virtual unbundling of BT's fibre networks but requests full unbundling as soon as possible
19 May 2010, 14:56
Samsung by far the most heavily fined, but all of them were involved to some extent.
2 March 2010, 12:36
The new screen for PCs with Internet Explorer as the default browser features a lot of options you might not have heard of.
1 March 2010, 17:14
Having proposed the deal back in September, they are now free to create the UK’s biggest mobile operator.
1 March 2010, 11:51
New regulations from the EU mean that operators will stop roaming connections once the bill reaches a limit.
16 December 2009, 13:03
The long saga concerning the legality of Microsoft bundling Internet Explorer with Windows may finally be at an end.
14 December 2009, 12:15
Oracle commits to a bunch of measures it hopes will make the European Commission approve its acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
9 December 2009, 12:37
Antitrust: Commission accepts commitments from Rambus lowering memory chip royalty rates
25 November 2009, 08:29
The European Commission has decided there is no need for investing any further time or resources investigating claims that Qualcomm abused its market dominance.
20 November 2009, 15:13
The EU has unveiled a new package of rules for Europe's telecoms networks and services.
18 November 2009, 13:49
Against all odds, broadband internet continues to grow in the EU
18 November 2009, 11:14
Ombudsman publishes decision on complaint by Intel
29 October 2009, 12:27
European Commission still not happy with how UK law protects our electronic privacy.
28 September 2009, 13:05
The European Commission has proposed a new set of laws for our own good.
21 September 2009, 12:38
Following Intel’s appeal of its record fine, the European Commission reveals its rationale.