Silicon Valley's tech titans clashed with powerful European institutions time and again in 2016. Next year looks to be no different.
Broadband and wireless providers haven't felt much love from the Obama administration. They're hopeful for change under President Donald Trump.
European regulators want Google to stop paying phone makers to preinstall Google search on their devices, Reuters reports.
Japan's Fair Trade Commission is eyeing Apple's iPhone supply agreements with the wireless carriers it works with there, according to Reuters.
The company is suspected of pressuring retailers to offer lower prices to compete with rival sites.
The search giant now has until September 7 to respond to claims about its wildly popular mobile software.
Europe's competition watchdogs are concerned that preloaded Google apps on Android phones may push consumers away from competitors' services.
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