Unhappy about its connections with Office 365
While you might think that there is a lot of competition for online communication tools, it seems that the EU regulators are really worried about Microsoft teams.
Fans of Microsoft, Activision, and Call of Duty agree that commission is clueless
A united front of fans of Microsoft, Activision, and Call of Duty have taken to Twitter to complain that the EU commission is biased in favour of Sony over its investigation into the Volish buy-out of Activision.
Moving to phase II of monopoly investigation
The European Commission has announced that, following its initial investigation into Microsoft's proposed $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard, it will now be opening a more "in-depth" Phase 2 probe to determine the deal's likely impact on competition.
Another fine, but leopard remains spotty
Google could face EU antitrust charges next year over its digital advertising business, putting the company at risk of its fourth fine in the EU of more than a billion euros.
Robots expected to demand an oven ready exit plan
The European Commission is preparing to make sure that people who suffer from damage due to AI stuff ups will be more likely to win in court.
Worried that the EU might rain on its cloud
Microsoft said that it would fix its unfair licensing terms in the EU before it is taken to task for making it prohibitively expensive to run Windows and Office workloads on non-Azure cloud platforms like AWS and Google Cloud.
British boffins are headed towards the dark ages now that super soaraway Brexit has taken hold and the EU no longer sees the need to fund their projects.
Enforcement might be impossible
EU lawmakers gave the thumbs up to landmark rules to rein in tech giants such as Alphabet unit Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft, but enforcement could be hampered by regulators' limited resources.
Don't make us come and get it
US chipmaker Intel claims the EU owes it 593 million euros ($624 million) in interest, five months after it convinced Europe's second-top court to scrap a 1.06-billion-euro EU antitrust fine.