EU countries likely to target big US tech
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C’mon you bastards, pay your tax like everyone else


France, Germany, Italy and Spain are expected to get tough with big US tech by demanding that they be taxed in Europe based on their revenues, rather than only profits.

Tomorrow is Intel's Judgement Day
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Europe's top court will rule 

Tomorrow is a big day for huge US corporate tech as Europe's top court will rule whether US chipmaker Intel offered illegal rebates to squeeze out rivals in a judgement which will have a knock on effect on other similar cases.

Google surrenders to EU
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Will make changes to avoid even bigger fine

Google has agreed to make changes to its search operations in a bid to avoid a huge EU fine.

Apple set to clean Google's AR clock apparently
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AR meets reality distortion field  

It is a silly season for news and it seems that the Tame Apple Press is coming out with some daft pro-Apple stories to fill up the slack. Reuters has run a yarn claiming that Apple is going to take the AR market from Google. 

HTC between a rock and a hard place
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Thinking about sell offs to Google

Troubled HTC is exploring options that could range from separating its virtual reality business to a full sale of the company.

Google touts Titan security chip
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Zeus unimpressed that Google backed the losing side 


Google is set to disclose technical details of its new Titan computer chip which is a cloud computing security feature.

Google named after Oreo
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What is that which is coming out of its hands?

Google has decided that its next version of Android, codemamed Android O, will be named after an addictive biscuit which is packed full of things you should not touch.

Google names its latest Android OS version
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Meet the Android 8.0 Oreo

Although the name has been rumored for quite some time, Google has now officially named its latest version of the Android, the Android 8.0 Oreo.

Google pays Apple billions to stay on iPhone
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That's a nice little search engine we would hate for it to be broken

Google is shelling out billions of dollars in protection to the fruity tax-dodging cult Apple so that it can stay the default search engine on iPhones and iPads.

Google cuts SSD cloud prices
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Cheaper faster cloud

Google is cutting the price for high speed storage attached to its cloud virtual machines.