Internet giant Google has been handed down with another antitrust fine worth EU 1.49 billion.
European Union regulators have reached a broad agreement on new digital platform rules aimed at stopping unfair practices by online platforms and app stores, Reuters reported.
France has reportedly confirmed that it will introduce its own taxation scheme for big technology players starting from 1st January 2019.
European Union finance ministers are set to discuss a watered down proposal on an EU-wide digital tax, according to a report by Reuters.
The European Commission will propose new laws on Wednesday giving Google, Facebook , Twitter and other Internet companies one hour to remove extremist content or face fines.
Apple is about to be granted the unconditional EU antitrust approval for its planned acquisition of Shazam, a British music …
EU antitrust regulators have reportedly charged Qualcomm with a new violation in a case where the US chipmaker has been accused of selling chipsets below cost to drive out Nvidia Corp unit and British phone software maker Icera.
The U.S. tech company has said it will appeal the penalty, which is nearly double the previous record of 2.4 billion euros – which Google was ordered to pay last year after its online shopping search service was deemed to be unfair to competitors.
Alphabet self-driving unit Waymo will need “a large number” of cars to expand its robo-taxi service to Europe, its chief executive told a newspaper, Reuters reported.
In recent months, the UAE has carved out its place on the global e-commerce map – and quite deliberately so. In October 2017, for example, the Dubai Airport Free Zone launched Dubai CommerCity.