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Until now, they have been avoiding the politcians, but the Australian government has demanded that Adobe, Apple and Microsoft all attend hearings around the IT pricing inquiry.
Ambitious plans for an online video on demand service offering more than 10,000 hours of classic TV shows from the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 were hit yesterday by a decision to refer them to...
European Commission regulators have taken over a German antitrust investigation into allegations that Intel put pressure on a major electronics retailer to forgo using processors from competitor AMD. Germany's antitrust agency, Bundeskartellamt, received a complaint...