Google Files to Appeal EU Antitrust Fine

Google Files to Appeal EU Antitrust Fine

Google recently appealed the record-breaking €2.4 billion ($2.7 billion US) antitrust fine that was levied against the tech giant by the European Union this past June for allegations that the company promoted its own price comparison services over competitors’. The fine is the largest antitrust penalty in the history of the entire European

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Datapipe Goes to Rival Rackspace

Datapipe Goes to Rival Rackspace

Rackspace has made a bold move to compete with major players in the cloud and servers market, acquiring Datapipe for an undisclosed amount, in a deal that has granted the San Antonio-based firm footing in markets like Russia, Brazil and China, as well as access to government clients. Rackspace will

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Time is Now PeopleTV

Time is Now PeopleTV

Time is giving its celebrity and entertainment streaming service another name. Commenced a year ago as the tasteless and unwieldy "People/Entertainment Weekly Network," it’s recently been rebranded to just "PeopleTV." Though Entertainment Weekly's image has been dropped from the name, Time declares that EW will "contribute fundamentally" to PeopleTV.In any

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Co-founder of Kaspersky Lab Expected to Testify to U.S. Congress about Security of Company’s Products

Co-founder of Kaspersky Lab Expected to Testify to U.S. Congress about Security of Company’s Products

National security could be in danger. The Trump administration on Wednesday warned U.S. government agencies to get rid of Kaspersky Lab products from their networks. This all seems to be because of the Moscow-based cybersecurity firm, which is vulnerable to Kremlin influence.It has also been noted that the U.S. Congress

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