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VMware and Carahsoft will pay $75.5 million, the Department of Justice said
Google now has until mid-August to respond, likely delaying a settlement until after the long summer vacation
The Prized app secretly mined virtual currencies on mobile phones.
The employees charge the Office of Personnel Management and a contractor with negligence
Express consent from customers will be needed for marketing related calls, PayPal said.
Google favoring own services may harm consumers... Tech industry hails same-sex marriage ruling... Disney bans selfie sticks
Avira had warned users that an Angry Birds clone came with a bunch of other software
Jing Wang orchestrated a multi-year insider trading scheme while a top official at the company, the DOJ says.
A Dutch court won't take Facebook's word it has deleted data that could identify the person behind a now-deleted pseudonymous account from which a sex tape was posted, and wants the company to allow an independent expert to scour its systems for the missing information.
The case will not go to court, leaving unanswered whether skirting geoblocks is legal
Alex Yucel was accused of being the mastermind behind the data-stealing program
Getty claims Google promotes its own images service at the expense of the commercial images company
The European Commission has sent complainants a redacted version of the antitrust charges it intends to bring against Google
Google Earth and GPS coordinates were used to prove that a person was arrested after illegal reentry into the U.S.