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Aug 23, 2017 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 159.98 (+0.20, +0.13%) | NASDAQ: 6278.4058 (-19.0723, -0.3%)

Tag: Europe

  1. Should America’s tech giants be broken up? Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook may be contributing to the U.S. economy’s most persistent ailments

    Google is as close to a monopoly as the Bell telephone system was in 1956…

  2. European Union hits Google with record $2.73 billion fine for abusing internet search monopoly

    The penalty is the biggest ever competition fine from the European Commission, doubling the previous record…

  3. Despite weakness in China, aspirational Apple brand remains strong around the world

    A new analyst report sees Apple outperforming an expanding premiums smartphone market…

  4. Tim Cook visits Apple supplier Dula in Germany

    Tim Cook is continuing his trip around Europe…

  5. Google attempts to defend Android in European Commission antitrust case

    The Commission is focusing on three potentially illegal practices…

  6. T-Mobile offers travelers unlimited high-speed data for trips to Europe

    T-Mobile today announced it’s unleashing summer travel, giving customers unlimited high-speed data, up to 4G LTE speeds…

  7. Apple ‘working rapidly’ to launch Apple Pay in more countries in Asia and Europe

    Apple Pay may only be available in six countries right now, but the iPhone maker is keen to extend…

  8. EU charges Google rigs global market for Android mobile apps

    The European Union is broadening its battle with Google, alleging that the technology giant rigs the global market…

  9. EU competition chief set to charge Google with Android abuse

    The European competition commission is gearing up to charge Google with giving unfair prominence to its own apps…

  10. U.S. and Europe fail to meet deadline for data transfer deal

    American and European officials failed on Sunday to reach an agreement over how digital data…

  11. ISIS uses satellite internet to recruit terrorists; companies could immediately cut off ISIS Internet access with ease

    No terror organization uses the Internet as successfully when it comes to marketing itself…

  12. Google said to be under U.S. FTC antitrust scrutiny over Android

    Google Inc. is back under U.S. antitrust scrutiny as officials ask whether the tech giant stifled competitors’ access…

  13. Apple accepting Red Cross donations via iTunes to help Syrian refugee crisis

    Apple Inc. has announced via its U.S. website a donation program that allows users to donate…

  14. U.S. stocks rise after Greece reaches agreement with creditors

    U.S. stocks advanced, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index posting its best three-day rally…

  15. Global stocks tumble on Greece and Puerto Rico debt woes

    Global stocks tumbled Monday after Greece closed its banks and limited the amount…

  16. Apple increases prices in Europe, Canada due to strengthening U.S. dollar

    Apple raised prices in a number of overseas markets on Tuesday…

  17. EU to probe Google, Amazon, other US sites over data use and search

    Brussels is set to widen its front against US tech companies just two weeks…

  18. EU charges Google with antitrust violations, opens formal Android investigation

    The European Commission on Wednesday accused Google of antitrust violations…

  19. Apple’s big iPhone surge continued into Chinese New Year

    Apple’s iOS sales have reached an all-time high in urban China…

  20. Apple closes in on struggling Samsung in Western Europe smartphone unit share

    Apple’s shipments climbed from 26.9 million to 30.9 million…

  21. More than half of all emails in UK opened on an Apple device

    Only 8% are opened on an Android and that rate is falling fast…

  22. Apple finally catches up with U.S. iPhone 6/Plus demand

    Consumers in the United States will no longer face an iPhone backlog…

  23. Apple raises the minimum price of apps in Europe and Canada, change Russian fees

    In a note sent out to iTunes Connect members on Wednesday…

  24. Apple looking to expand Apple Pay into Europe, the Middle East, India, and Asia

    Apple is planning to expands its payment service into Europe and elsewhere

  25. Apple says it has created or supported 629,000 jobs in Europe

    Apple’s contribution to European economies is huge…

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