Apple may be the target of a 500 million euro ($538 million) fine from the European Commission, with the regulator expected to impose the charge following its competition probe into how it treats Apple Music's competitors.
A European Commissioner has laid down the law, and has declared that Apple will be the target of "strong action" if its compliance with the Digital Markets Act isn't enough.
Apple's November challenge against the EU's Digital Markets Act says the European Commission got it wrong by saying there's only one App Store, when there's actually five.
In the wake of Apple's announcement that it will support RCS, a new report claims that Apple's iMessage may be granted a permanent reprieve from the EU forcing it to become more interoperable with other messaging clients.
EU officials are asking rivals of the tech giants whether Apple's iMessage should be subjected to the rules of the Digital Markets Act, to help determine the next course of action for the regulators.
The European Union has agreed to a proposal to allow companies like Facebook, Google, and Apple to store data about European users in the United States, once again allowing data to flow across the Atlantic.
Twitter has decided to withdraw from an agreement with the European Union to cut down misinformation on social networks, but it will soon have to face the same legal ramifications as everyone else.
The European Commission has appealed to the highest court in Europe to overturn a lower tribunal's decision that sided with Apple in its 13 billion Irish back taxes legal case.
Microsoft's $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard has been given the go-ahead by the European Commission, removing one more obstacle from the deal reaching completion.