Today, the European Parliament will be voting on a new legislation by the European Commission to standardize USB-C charging across most devices. If it becomes law, OEMs will have two years to comply.
The EU has said Google's hotel and flight services need to be more transparent about the order of results it provides and how much the bookings will cost after fees and taxes are added on.
The EC has announced a formal probe into Google's advertising practices. Among other things, it will be scrutinising Google's plan to prohibit third-party cookies within Google Chrome.
Google has announced that it is opening the process of addition to the choice screen for all eligible search providers. This means that the company will get rid of its controversial auction system.
The European Commission has raised several concerns with Apple over its 30% in-app purchases fee and the anti-steering rules that it has in place which third-party app developers must abide by.
BEUC, an European consumer organization, has filed a formal complaint against Nintendo for premature obsolescence due to the long-standing "drift" issues with the Switch's Joy-Con controllers.
The European Commission has announced the first startups it will invest in as a shareholder, with a total of €178 million being granted to up-and-coming businesses through a new innovation fund.
Microsoft, Google, LinkedIn, Roblox and Yubo have said they plan to keep using technologies to detect and remove child abuse material that users attempt to upload to their services despite an EU law.
The European Commission has concluded its investigation of Google's acquisition of Fitbit, allowing the Mountain View giant to go through with the purchase, though there are conditions.
The European Commission has found that Amazon violates antitrust rules by using non-public third-party seller data to promote and develop its own products. Another investigation has also been started.
Apple has had its hearing the the EU's General Court today. It has claimed that the EU's tax order of €13 billion over its dealings in Ireland are out of proportion and does not reflect reality.
Apple is set to challenge the European Commission in the EU's second-highest court on Tuesday after it was ordered by the EU executive to pay a massive €13 billion ($14.4 billion) in back taxes.
After probing and scrutinizing Apple's proposed acquisition of music discovery app, Shazam, for a few months, the European Union has finally given the Cupertino tech giant the go-ahead for the deal.
The European Commission has issued a hefty €4.34 billion fine to Google over illegal Android antitrust practices, with three type of restrictions imposed by the company being regarded in particular.
The European Union has congratulated Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter and Google for their work on combating illegal hate speech on the platforms. The EU said improvements were still needed though.
After formally accusing Google last year of having "abused its dominant position" with Android in the EU, the European Commission is now double-checking its findings before it delivers a final ruling.
Google has rejected the European Commission's ruling in an antitrust investigation, which found that it had "abused its market dominance as a search engine", favoring its own shopping search results.
Google has been fined a record-breaking $2.7 billion by the European Commission, for having "abused its market dominance as a search engine by giving an illegal advantage to another Google product".
Google is under three separate antitrust investigations by the European Commission - and it's expected to receive a massive fine in relation to its alleged manipulation of shopping search results.
Just as UK rights activists are fighting against mass spying, the European Commission has announced new proposals today that will see stronger privacy protections for online users and services.
The ongoing saga between Apple and the European Commission rages on as the tech giant joins forces with the Irish Government to have the decision concerning its sizeable tax bill annulled.
The European Commission became the target of a massive distributed denial of service on Thursday. No data was breached, though internet service was taken out for the better part of the day.
Google is facing three distinct charges against it from the EU: Android abuse, unfair online shopping practices, and blocking ad competitors. The company only has a few weeks left to answer.
Ireland gave "illegal tax benefits" to Apple that allowed the company to pay an effective corporate tax rate as low as 0.005%. The EC says that Ireland must now claim up to €13bn ($14.5bn) in taxes.
Google was already facing record fines in its antitrust cases with the EU, but now regulators have brought even more evidence against the company, and started a new investigation into AdSense.
Dozens of companies, including Orange, BMW, Vodafone and VW are begging the EU for money to test out self-driving cars across Europe's roads and borders. The tests are crucial for the future of AVs.
The European Commission has announced a new agreement of collaboration between the Union's institutions and the four major tech companies in an effort to stop illegal online hate speech and extremism.
Google reportedly faces a huge fine for manipulating EU search results to favor its own shopping price comparison service - just weeks after the EC accused it of separate Android antitrust violations.
European regulators said that Three's parent company, Hutchison, had "failed to adequately address the serious concerns raised" over the deal, which would have increased prices and harmed innovation.
The U.S. agency that regulates anti-trust matters is asking new questions about Android's licensing terms. The FTC has engaged several Google partners in search of more information.
Google has hit back at the European Commission's claims that it breached EU antitrust rules, insisting that it "designed the Android model in a way that's good for competition and for consumers".
The European Commission has delivered the preliminary findings of its Android antitrust probe, saying that Google "abused its dominant position by imposing restrictions" on OEMs and mobile operators.
The CEO of the UK's Competition and Markets Authority says he agrees with the EC's assessment of Three's proposed takeover of O2 UK, saying it should be blocked unless concerns are properly addressed.
The European Commission is investigating Amazon for the way the giant company deals with publishers. The EC is worried that Amazon is abusing its dominant position and crushing market competition.
A leaked report shows that the European Commission is looking to take into account supposed competition from VOIP services which are taking on traditional wireless carriers across the Union.
After recent discussions with Microsoft, Axel Springer and other complainants against Google, the EU's antitrust chief will meet with Schmidt in the latest stage of Europe's 4-year investigation.