Tech giant slapped with second multibillion-euro EU penalty for imposing "illegal restrictions" on smartphone makers running Android OS to set Google's search engine as default
Atea bribery case: CEO claims public sector suspension will be lifted in August as Atea settles latest prosecutions
But reseller expects fines totalling €1.74m and freeze in public sector business to hurt Q3 financials
Former staff at the reseller accused of allegedly providing PCs, mobile phones and other devices free of charge or at a discount to public sector employees
Steinar Sønsteby claims police investigation into Atea Denmark in 2015 postponed decision making and stunted development of the firm's second largest sales region
Electronics division vice-chairman allegedly paid $40m to presidential confidante
CEE distributor contends claims it breached agreement are 'unfounded'
James Clayton of Cryoserver urges resellers to bring themselves up to speed to ensure they are meeting their clients' needs
Court rules on eight-year saga of one Frenchman's fight against Sony
Tim Cook claims EU's ruling has 'no basis in fact or law'
'Difficult to overstate how important this ruling is' - industry reacts to Microsoft's triumph over US government
Court of Appeals rules vendor does not have to hand over customer data stored in Dublin
EU-US data protection law approved by member states
Privacy Shield 'not robust enough', European data protection supervisor claims
How are US players with customers in Europe protecting EU data?
Attempts to spoof company or executive identity becoming increasingly common
Legislators unveil the Privacy Shield agreement
Hardware sold by the European channel may well include backdoors or implants for government snooping. Should the channel worry?