The European Union is set to lay fresh charges of anti-competitive conduct against Google regarding its practice of Android app bundling, carrying a potential fine of up to $7.4 billion.
American chip-maker Qualcomm has been fined close to USD$1 billion in China for anti-trust violations in the country, making it the highest compensation from any company there.
After complaints from an Indian website, the Competition Commision of India has started a probe against Google and if found guilty the search giant will have to cough up a massive $5 billion fine.
A Linux community association has complained to the EU against Microsoft, claiming UEFI Secure Boot is an anti-competitive "obstruction mechanism" to booting other operating systems on Windows 8 PCs.
Microsoft's rivals criticised its choice to confine non-IE web browsers to the Metro environment on Windows RT ARM-based devices - and now, a Senate antitrust committee plans to review their concerns.
Two weeks ago we reported that Apple and Google were being investigated for suspicion of anti-competitive hiring practices. The belief is that, in California where non-compete agreements are rarely, if ever enforced that Google and...