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UK Shuts Down Big Tech’s Appeal Hopes
The UK is poised to dash Big Tech's hopes with plans to reject calls for an option to appeal antitrust rulings....
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Judge Throws Out Sonos’ $32.5 Million Win Against Google
A judge has handed Sonos a major defeat, throwing out its $32.5 million patent infringement win against Google....
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Intel Will Spin Off PSG
Intel has announced plans to spin off Programmable Solutions Group (PSG), with standalone operations expected to begin January 1, 2024....
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FCC Formally Unveils Net Neutrality Proposal
As expected, the Federal Communications Commission has formerly announced a new net neutrality proposal....
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FCC Tackles VoIP Robocall Spam
The FCC is cracking down on spam robocalls that use a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) providers to skirt regulation....
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Arizona Governor: TSMC Plant May Be Upgraded
Governor Katie Hobbs is telling critics not to rule out TSMC's Arizona plant as a "paperweight," saying it may be upgraded....
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FTC Warns Five Tax Prep Companies About Misusing Consumer Data
The FTC has sent five tax preparation companies a Notice of Penalty Offenses, warning them regarding the use of consumer data....
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Google Agrees to $93 Million Settlement Over Tracking Users
Google has agreed to a $93 million settlement with California over tracking users even when they had turned off location tracking....
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California Passes the Nation’s Strongest Right-to-Repair Bill
California joins Minnesota and New York in passing right-to-repair legislation in a unanimous vote by the state's legislators....
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Oracle Project Overrun Help Push Birmingham City Council to Bankruptcy
Birmingham City Council (BCC) is nearly bankrupt, and a £100 million Oracle project is at least partially to blame....
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Apple iMessage and Microsoft Bing Dodge EU Gatekeeper Label
Apple and Microsoft appear to have been successful in having their premier services removed from the EU's list of "gatekeeper" services....
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Apple and Microsoft Want to Be Excluded From EU’s ‘Gatekeeper’ Definition
Apple and Microsoft are arguing that their services should be exempt from the EU's "gatekeeper clause," arguing they are not big enough....
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FCC Rejects ISP Objections to Broadband Consumer Labels
The Federal Trade Commission rejected ISP objections to broadband labels clearly informing customers of the cost of various plans....
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Apple Reverses Course, Backs Right-to-Repair
Apple has reversed course and is now throwing its weight behind California's right-to-repair legislation in a major win for consumers....
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USDA Announces Nearly $700 Million For Rural Broadband
US Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has unveiled nearly $700 million in funding for rural and remote broadband....
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Dave Limp, Amazon Head of Devices & Services, Is Retiring
David Limp, Amazon's SVP of Devices & Services, is retiring from the company after more than 13 years at the company....
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Amazon Loses Major Climate Watchdog Endorsement
Amazon has lost the endorsement of the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), with the group listing Amazon under "Commitment Removed."...
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TSMC Moving Forward With Plans for Its First Plant in Europe
TSMC and the German government have reached an agreement that will see the semiconductor company establish its first Europe-based factory....
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Excel Nerds Rejoice! Microsoft Excel World Championship Returns.
Spreadsheet enthusiasts have another outlet to geek out over, with the return of the Microsoft Excel World Championship....
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India Cracks Down on Computer Imports
India is cracking down on computer imports, requiring a license to import laptops, desktops, tablets, and more....
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