Google has been ordered to pay a €4.34 billion fine and stop forcing Android smartphone makers to install its search engine and browser on their phones. That decision was handed down by the European Union's antitrust authority on Wednesday.
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IBM 'Summit' winning the title of world's fastest supercomputer and a scandal in Japan shake up the Top500 supercomputer rankings.
Google's Android mobile operating system is based on open-source software, but some of the most useful parts of it – Maps and Search, for instance – are proprietary, and the company makes sure that anyone wanting to use those features has to use other services that make it money too.
SAP invites customers to pay for software per record created when accessed indirectly through third-party apps and services, and not per named user.
Flaws in 2G, 3G and 4G networks could be repeated in 5G, says EU IT security agency
Two years after its launch, the service had attracted around 30 active customers
Hardware designed to Open Compute Project specification accounts for well over US$1 billion in hardware sales.
The European Union plans to make cross-border digital service providers pay tax in the countries where they do business, a move that will affect not just Google and Facebook but European companies too.
SAP wanted US$600 million in damages, both companies are keeping quiet about whether AB InBev paid.
With a new offering, Deep Learning-as-a-Service, IBM aims to help businesses automate key business processes, even if they lack expertise.
Security researchers wanting to test the kind of malware that could break public networks now have a place to do so in safety
SAP is looking to tried-and-tested methods from the mobile world to boost usage of its platform-as-a-service offering.
Waverly Labs has added a new conversation mode to the software driving its Pilot earbuds
Nokia wants to help carriers upgrade their mobile networks to 5G -- but it also wants to give home Wi-Fi a boost
The Center for Humane Technology and Common Sense want to warn kids about mobile apps they say are addictive