The EU clears the way for Microsoft's planned purchase of Nokia's mobile devices and services business.
Amendment would handicap sedan services by requiring them to charge customers at least five times what taxicabs charge, the Internet-based car service says.
The organization says that it will investigate whether Samsung licensed "essential patents" in fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory terms.
With international and domestic approval out of the way, Microsoft can finally start making plans to wrap Skype services into its desktop and mobile devices.
The International Trade Commission has issued a final ruling, saying that Apple does not infringe on one of HTC's patents.
The European Commission OKs Sony's buyout of the Sony Ericsson brand, bringing us one step closer to Sony-branded mobile phones.
In a letter to the FCC, the New York State Public Service Commission says that New York consumers will be significantly and disproportionally affected by the merger.
Panel will investigate issues related to the spill and its aftermath, including rig safety and regulatory regimes at the local, state, and federal levels.
Chinese military sees information dominance as key to future victories, with the U.S. government and private industry likely targets, according to a report.
Potential antitrust concerns from the European Commission may delay approval of the Sun-Oracle merger beyond its initial deadline of Thursday, says Reuters report.