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Supremes tell Apple to stop trying to gerrymander antitrust law
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The antitrust case should proceed

Fruity Cargo cult Apple’s bid to get an antitrust case thrown out by the Supreme Court before any evidence was made public has failed.

EU investigates Apple for antitrust antics
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Again

Fruity cargo cult Apple is finding itself on the wrong end of another antitrust action over the way it is running its music streaming business.

DoJ looking at remedies in Qualcomm antitrust suit
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Wants a hearing to avoid 5G harm if it wins

The US Department of Justice’s antitrust division asked a federal judge to hold a hearing on any possible remedies to be imposed if mobile chip supplier Qualcomm is found liable in an antitrust lawsuit brought by the US Federal Trade Commission.

Apple faces another antitrust case in the EU
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Van der Valk
investigates


Dutch regulators said that they had opened an investigation into whether Apple has abused its market position by giving preferential treatment to its own apps.

Kaspersky Lab makes antitrust complaint against Apple
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Oh those Russians

Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab has filed an antitrust complaint against the fruity cargo cult Apple with the Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service.

Apple faces antitrust action in EU
Published in News
Wednesday, 13 March 2019 12:05

Apple faces antitrust action in EU


Spotify files EU complaint against Apple's 'anticompetitive' App Store rules

The fruity cargo cult Apple is finding itself in antitrust hot water in the European Union.

Qualcomm denies antitrust claims
Published in Network
Monday, 07 January 2019 11:29

Qualcomm denies antitrust claims


Samsung, Huawei supply majority of own modem chips

Qualcomm says two largest smart phone makers in the world supply most of their own wireless data modem chips.

While putting the boot into US tech why doesn’t the EU fine Apple too?
Published in Mobiles


Comment: It does the same sort of thing

The European Commission had solid antitrust reasons for fining Google $5 billion for violations including the bundling of certain apps with the Android operating system, but from a consumer's point of view it should also be gunning for Jobs’ Mob.

Apple's Shazam bid worries EU
Published in News
Tuesday, 24 April 2018 11:05

Apple's Shazam bid worries EU


EU opens investigation

The EU is worried that the convicted anti-trust cartel owner Apple might be up to its old tricks again.

Broadcom faces antitrust investigation
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Thursday, 18 January 2018 12:41

Broadcom faces antitrust investigation


Qualcomm takeover just became more complicated

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is investigating whether chipmaker Broadcom engaged in anticompetitive tactics in negotiations with customers, in an antitrust investigation which could make any merger with Qualcomm a little more difficult.