It can be trusted with Euro data
Despite the European Union's highest court twice declaring that the United States does not offer sufficient protection for Europeans' data from American national security agencies, the social media giant's lawyers continue to disagree.
Bloc’s highest court warns
EU member state hopes that they can create huge databases to spy on their citizens in the name of defence have received a kick in the nadgers by the bloc’s top court.
EU Competition Commissioner warns of money for nothing and your chips for free
The United States and the European Union must avoid a subsidy race as they rush to support semiconductor production amid a global chip shortage, EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said.
Apple warns the EU
Apple software boss Craig Ferengi Federighi took the stage at the Web Summit in Lisbon to push Apple’s line that reducing its monopoly powers over its app store would result in less security for EU users.
Also set to rain on their clouds
Draft EU rules to curb the power of Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook should also tackle providers of cloud computing services for possible anti-competitive practices, a study said on Tuesday.
"Will no one think of the fanboys?" weakest argument ever
Fruity cargo cult Apple claims that if the EU prevents it from playing monopoly, Apple fanboys will be plagued with malware and become victims of cybercrime.
Asks it to give it a get out of jail free card
Google blasted EU antitrust regulators for ignoring rival Apple as it launched a bid to get Europe's second highest court to annul a record 4.34-billion euro fine related to its Android operating system.
ARM wrestling issues
Nvidia asked the EU to give antitrust approval of its $54 billion takeover of British chip designer ARM.
Two chip factories at a new site in Europe
Intel plans to build new chip-making facilities in Europe valued at up to $95 billion, responding to a cross-border race to add manufacturing capacity at a time of a global chip supply crunch.
EC needs at least six months to decide
North Americans always wonder how much vacation Europeans take, and it looks like this behavior will affect Nvidia's attempt to acquire ARM for $40 billion. It is starting to look like this acquisition will take much longer than Jensen promised, and the European Commission regulatory body has to be very concerned about the potential Nvidia antitrust position. The matter has been addressed before.