First Amazon, now Qualcomm. It's been a busy week for tech and antitrust in Europe.
The site's new copyright-protection measures have caught the eye of a congressional committee chairman and the recording industry.
Today's tech headlines feature a truckload of Amazon Prime Day deals, more tech-related congressional hearings and the outlandish attempt to uncover extraterrestrial secrets.
The US president also accuses Twitter of censoring him, and Google of trying to rig the next election.
Why altered videos are a social media nightmare, what Electronic Arts is doing to make gaming less toxic and how a fat-cat Facebook group is lifting humans from despair.
The New York Times reports that the DOJ wants the companies to sell off spectrum to create another competitor.
The company says it's had one of its best quarters yet.
Apple's Monday event is expected to be an extravaganza of subscription services: TV! Movies! News! Bundles! But competitors say the company is out of control.
This is the third fine issued to Google by the European Commission in as many years, bringing the total to $9.3 billion.
Spotify "wants all the benefits of a free app without being free," Apple says.
A report published in the UK says the big tech companies are overly powerful.
Lawmakers tell John Legere the 52 nights he and other executives spent at the president Washington DC hotel look suspicious.
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