Trivia Tuesday: What if...

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What if Microsoft's antitrust troubles led to it being split into two companies? What if Steve Jobs never returned to Apple? Trivia Tuesday takes a look at some of technology's greatest what ifs.

Google sues America

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In the latest installment of anti-trust drama in the upper echelons of technology industry giants, Google has filed suit against the United States Government. The complaint is that when the US was looking at options...

Google, Yahoo seek to avoid antitrust suit

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Numerous news outlets are reporting that Google and Yahoo are in talks with the U.S. Justice Department in an effort to head off an antitrust challenge to their proposed advertising agreement. Several advertisers and Microsoft...

DoJ closes AMD antitrust investigation

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After nearly two years of investigation, chip-maker AMD has finally announced that the US Department of Justice is closing its antitrust investigation of ATi, a move analysts predicted from as early as the beginning of...

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Microsoft Submits Windows 7 For AntiTrust Review

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The court-mandated committee overseeing Microsoft's compliance with a federal antitrust settlement has commenced reviews on the company's next major operating system to ensure it meets the settlement's terms. The so-called Technical Committee recently received...

HP and Staples Charged With Breaking Antitrust Law

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A U.S. man has filed suit against office-products retailer Staples Inc. and printer manufacturer Hewlett-Packard Co. in federal court today, charging that the two companies broke antitrust laws in collaborating on the sale of replacement...

Intel Seeking More Time on Antitrust Reply

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U.S. chipmaker Intel Corp. has asked for more time to respond to antitrust charges levelled by the European Commission, an official at the European Union's executive arm said today. "We have received a request for...

EU Launches Antitrust Investigation of Qualcomm

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European Union antitrust regulators are investigating U.S. wireless technologies company Qualcomm for possible abusive business practices, European officials said Monday. Qualcomm, the world's second-largest chipmaker for cell phones, may have violated EU competition rules by...

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