Sources: Daring Fireball, Reuters
quote: I was joking bro. Still, now that youve told me this are they going to force google to show its competitors sevices in its results?I did a search for translate and of course googletranslate popped up but so did microsofttranslate and several others.
quote: IE only has just under 25%, chrome has 27%, firfox 19 according to wiki. So now that they have destroyed MS grip on web browsers, why is this still an issue? EU is coming after them about the ballot box which was accidentally disabled, and fixed quickly.
quote: So now that they have destroyed MS grip on web browsers...
quote: EU money grab. Gotta find someway to pay for all that socialist crap
quote: M$ has a long history of using undocumented APIs just for their own products. Not only are those APIs undocumented, but 3rd parties are also barred from decompiling and learning for themselves. I don't see how that's not anticompetitive.
quote: To decompile and "figure it out" is reverse engineering and illegal without the owners consent, like it or not. Read the EULA sometime.
quote: And in what countries do you possess the legel right to decompile and reverse engineer another company's products?
quote: Surprisingly, typically pro-Apple, Inc. (AAPL) blogger John Gruber blasted the probe in a post on his blog Daring Fireball. The unlikely ally points out that Apple has a near identical model of differentiation and has received little EU scrutiny, writing: