Want EU to make it happen
Big tech companies accounting for more than five per cent of a telecoms provider's peak average internet traffic should help fund the rollout of 5G and broadband across Europe, according to a draft proposal by the telecoms industry.
Claims that Vole is nibbling at rivals again
Microsoft's Azure cloud business has been targeted by the European Union's antitrust arm, amid concerns the US software firm is leveraging its market power to squeeze out rivals.
Announcement expected on May 15
While the British government has blocked Microsoft's $69 billion acquisition of Activision, it seems that Europe has no problem with allowing it.
Defeats the point of the law
The EU is concerned that the fruity cargo cult Apple is working to bypass a new law introducing USB-C as the standard power cable in Europe.
ECAT sharpens its claws
The EU has opened a new dedicated research unit to support oversight of large platforms under the bloc's flagship Digital Services Act (DSA).
Giving money to foreign companies much better than wasting it on health and social services
The European Union agreed a 43 billion euro plan for its semiconductor industry in an attempt to catch up with the United States and Asia and start a green industrial revolution.
Apple has heart attack
The European Commission has adopted a new set of right to repair rules that will add electronic devices like smartphones and tablets to a list of goods that must be built with repairability in mind.
We will limit what it can do
Fruity-cargo cult Apple is so angry that the EU forced it to dump its lightning port in favour of USB-C that it is introducing a limited version of the spec in its iPhone 15.
Vole says it is prepared to make concessions
The European Union has sent Microsoft a list of its concerns about the ongoing purchase of Activision Blizzard for $69 billion.
Take your nasty 'amburger eating cookies out of our sight
France's privacy watchdog has decided not to surrender to the software king of the world Microsoft and fined the outfit €60 million for dropping advertising cookies in users' computers without their explicit consent in violation of data protection laws in the European Union.