Google hires a White House aide to handle its policy battles
Caroline Atkinson will have to fend off antitrust cases and more.
Europe accuses Qualcomm of paying companies to use its chips
European Commission reports that illegal payments were made to a smartphone manufacturer.
Microsoft wants you to stick with Windows 10's default apps
Windows 10's latest preview goes out of its way to discourage you from switching default apps.
Cablevision and Viacom settle their lawsuits over channel bundling
Cablevision and Viacom have decided that it's not worth fighting over channel packs.
Apple's e-book business is no longer under scrutiny
Apple can go about its e-book business entirely unsupervised.
Russia orders Google to loosen its Android policies by November 18th
Google must reform its policies on pre-loaded Android apps by November 18th, or else.
US will probe Google for anti-competitive Android behavior
The investigation reportedly came at the behest of Google's rivals, but may not result in any charges.
Russia finds that Google is abusing its mobile dominance
Google may have to pay up for allegedly abusing its search dominance in Russia.
Tech giants settle anti-poaching lawsuit for $415 million
In the long-drawn lawsuit against Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe, Judge Lucy Koh has approved the $415 million settlement proposed by the tech giants who were accused of concocting their own "anti-poaching" policies that suppressed the salaries of their employees.