Proposed FCC Web rule change draws wireless ire
U.S. phone companies may be forced to open their wireless networks to rival Internet services like Skype and Google Voice under a proposal brought out by the top telecom regulator to safeguard so-called Internet neutrality. Read Full Article here.
Dell to buy Perot Systems for $3.9 billion in cash
Dell Inc said it had struck a deal to acquire computer services maker Perot Systems Corp in a cash transaction the personal computer maker valued at about $3.9 billion. Dell, which had indicated its intention to step up acquisitions, said it would launch a tender offer to acquire all of the outstanding Class A common stock of Perot Systems for $30 per share in cash. Read Full Article here.
EU details evidence to back Intel antitrust fine
Antitrust regulators on Monday detailed evidence from Intel clients that led to the European Commission's record 1.06 billion euro ($1.6 billion) fine on the U.S. chip giant for illegally shutting out rival AMD. Read Full Article here.
Microsoft has own version of a tablet in the works
Apple has been long rumored to be working on an Apple Tablet PC - which the company has not confirmed or denied its existence and when it may be released - it now appears that Microsoft is hard at work on an Apple Tablet killer. Read Full Article here.