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European Union regulators are in the process of determining whether Google dominates search and, if so, whether it engages in the "abuse of dominance."
Tim Cook has taken over as the CEO of Apple, replacing Steve Jobs. We look at the main problems he will face in his first few months.
The Samsung Galaxy S Plus is now available from Vodafone for those of you who are after a cheap alternative to the powerhouse Galaxy S2.
Google's Chrome is now the second most popular Web browser in the UK, capturing 22 per cent of the market. That edges out Firefox, which accounts for 21 per cent.
Seven lesser-known browsers are getting a chance at relevance as 100 million Europeans see alternatives to Internet Explorer.
Microsoft offers customers using IE as their default browser the chance to install rival software, and begins automatic shutdown of PCs running the Windows 7 release candidate
Too busy to keep up with the tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Wednesday, June 8.
Apple has been granted a patent for a side-mounted port on the iPad, as well as 15 other patents, several of which relate to the company's iOS platform.
So the European Union and Microsoft have finally settled their differences and will begin the browser ballot with no less than 12 browsers to choose from. Is this a good thing?
Internet retailer beats Apple and Google to the cloud, while Google settles FTC privacy charges and then gets slammed by Microsoft. Also: Comodo break-in widens.