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EU Agrees to Fully Fund Galileo

European Union governments agreed Friday to jointly complete the development of the much-delayed Galileo satellite navigation project after mollifying Spain, which had demanded a bigger stake in the venture. Spain was the lone holdout in... More...

EPA Agrees to use Microsoft Maps

Microsoft beat out Google to become the digital mapmaker for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA will use Microsoft Virtual Earth maps to analyze and display data on everything from water and air quality... More...

FTC agrees to examine Google/DoubleClick deal

An antitrust investigation has been opened in regards to the proposed Google/DoubleClick merger. The fact that the Federal Trade Commission is investigating the deal (rather than the Department of Justice) suggests that privacy concerns may... More...

Google agrees to China Censorship

The world's largest search engine is reluctant to pull out of China altogether, instead the company will re-launch under Google.cn, and filter content the Chinese government finds objectionable. Google already have... More...

Samsung Agrees to Pay $300M Fine

Samsung, the world's largest memory chip manufacturer, has pleaded guilty to price fixing and agreed to pay a $300 million fine, US officials announced today. The fine is the second largest antitrust settlement and... More...

Dell agrees to AMD subpoena request

DELL has agreed to supply documents and other materials in an antitrust case filed by AMD against the chip giant. In the filing, Dell said it has documents and information in electronic form which AMD... More...

Infinium agrees $50 million credit line

Broadband game delivery proponent Infinium Labs has announced that it has secured a $50 million credit facility from an institutional investor, replacing a previously announced financing deal for $44 million. The new deal, which has... More...

Amazon agrees to change privacy policy

Amazon.com agreed this week to make changes to its privacy policy after coming under scrutiny from consumers and regulators who claimed that the e-commerce giant did not adequately protect customer data. In a... More...

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