"...the provisions of the CAADCA ... do not pass constitutional muster"
Apple might be holding back on a global release over signal reception degradation
Hosted by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer
Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Bytedance, Meta, Microsoft
Store will open once Apple complies with Europe's DMA next year
Seven leading corporations have agreed to somewhat "manage" the risks posed by AI
"It feels like a gold rush,"
"Today is the D(SA)-Day for digital regulation"
Regulators have "pointed their guns at crypto"
Carriers are now required to block messages from illegitimate numbers
Microsoft signs another 10-year Call of Duty distribution deal to sway regulators on Activision Blizzard deal
Regulators are still reviewing the acquisition
Google claims sites would be forced to strictly regulate everything, or nothing at all
BTC is up 50% this year
Apple requires all iOS browsers to use WebKit, for now
White House report criticizes Apple and Google app store policies
Apple prepares to comply with Europe's Digital Markets Act, allowing third-party app stores and sideloading
Regulators increasingly investigate Apple's and Google's restrictions on developers
New law could eventually force iOS to allow sideloading
Is energy conservation getting in the way of technological innovation?
Laptops have until 2026
This is starting to feel like Nvidia and Arm
In a nutshell: Microsoft's $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard is expected to face increased scrutiny from regulators in the UK and Brussels after the company failed to address concerns that the deal is anti-competitive and will prevent rival consoles and cloud gaming/subscription services from accessing Activision Blizzard games.
South Korea prepares to enforce last year's landmark legislation
Complying with the recently-adopted Digital Markets Act
Epic Games is unsurprisingly pleased
Regulators will decide to approve the buyout or further the investigation by September 1