Thirty years after he got the US to take on Microsoft, attorney Gary Reback says the government lacks qualified personnel to deal with Apple and other big tech companies, with an uphill battle against anti-regulatory federal judges complicating things.
The U.S. Department of Justice is aiming to file a landmark antitrust lawsuit against Google parent company Alphabet in September, though the action is viewed by some as premature, according to reports on Thursday.
With Tuesday's release of iOS 13.7, Public Health Authorities worldwide will now be able to implement coronavirus exposure tracking without having to design their own individual apps, thanks to Apple and Google's planned extension of their system.
Google in a recent update to its AdMob Help Center announced upcoming support of Apple's iOS 14 operating system, noting plans to integrate the iPhone maker's App Tracking Transparency API for triggering ad tracking opt-in tools.
A new report claims that factors are increasingly pointing to Apple expanding Siri search results and Spotlight Searches even farther, with the company potentially working on a universal search engine.
An antitrust lawsuit lodged against Google this week alleges the search giant participates in anticompetitive practices including exclusionary behavior associated with a 30% fee on Play Store transactions.
Google is warning Australian users that the introduction of a proposed law forcing it to pay for access to local news outlets could be a danger to its free search and YouTube services, a claim that the Australian competition regulator dismisses as "misinformation."