Lawmakers Accuse Amazon of Misleading Congress, Threaten Criminal Probe

Amazon is in the hot seat, with US lawmakers accusing the e-commerce giant of misleading Congress and threatening a criminal probe in response.

Semiconductor Shortage May Disrupt iPhone 13 Supply

The semiconductor shortage may take a toll on Apple’s new iPhone 13, impacting the all important holiday sales season.

Twitter Tweaks Algorithm and Adds New Features to Bolster Performance Ads

Twitter is tweaking its algorithm and adding new features as it works to bolster its performance advertising business.

Tesla Delivers Record Number of Vehicles

Tesla has delivered a record number of vehicles in the third quarter, beating Wall Street estimates.

Automaker Opel Closing Factory Till 2022 Over Semiconductor Shortage

Automaker Opel is closing its Eisenach plant in Germany for the rest of the year as a result of the semiconductor shortage.

EU and US Set to Join Forces Tackling Big Tech

The EU and US are prepared to join forces in an effort to tackle Big Tech’s influence.

Deutsche Telekom Gains Larger Share of T-Mobile US

Deutsche Telekom is continuing its goal of direct control over T-Mobile US, increasing its stake in the carrier by 5.3%.

South Korea Passes Bill Aimed at Apple and Google App Stores

South Korea has passed its “Anti-Google Law,” aimed at prohibiting Apple and Google from forcing developers to use their payment systems.

Elon Musk Joins Chorus of Voices Opposed to Nvidia/Arm Deal

Elon Musk has voiced concern over Nvidia’s upcoming Arm acquisition, joining a growing list of concerned parties.

EU Gives Google Two Months to Clean Up Hotel and Flight Searches

Google has once again earned the ire of the EU, being given two months to clean up its flight and hotel search results before being penalized.