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Microsoft has filed a new lawsuit against the European Commission, the latest move in its long-running battle against antitrust sanctions imposed by the Commission for abuse of its dominant Windows software. The lawsuit before the...
The European Commission yesterday urged EU Member States to accelerate the switchover from analogue to digital broadcasting. Digital broadcasting provides improved picture quality, better sound, better portable and mobile reception, more TV and...
Microsoft has sent a revised proposal to the European Commission for the terms under which it will license Windows protocols to competitors to comply with last year's antitrust ruling against the company, a Microsoft spokesman...
The European Commission is checking whether Microsoft Corp.'s system of collecting personal data from Internet users breaks privacy laws, compounding the software giant's antitrust probe headaches in Europe. The European Union executive...