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Google hit with another fine by the EU, this time for $1.7 billion

Google has been fined for the third time by the EU, this time for breaching antitrust laws by requiring third-party websites using its search function to prioritize its ads over competitors. The post Google hit with another fine by the EU, this time for $1.7 billion appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Business, News, Trends, Eu, Computing, Antitrust, Fine


Google hit with another fine by the E.U., this time for $1.7 billion

Google has been fined for the third time by the E.U., this time for breaching antitrust laws by requiring third-party websites using its search function to prioritize its ads over competitors. The post Google hit with another fine by the E.U., this time for $1.7 billion appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Business, News, Trends, Eu, Computing, Antitrust, Fine


The National Enquirer vs. Jeff Bezos: Legal experts break down what's at stake in battle between the world's wealthiest man and a supermarket tabloid

Federal prosecutors are reviewing claims made by Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos in a post published on Medium last week that accused the National Enquirer and its publisher, American Media Inc., (AMI) of "extortion and blackmail," sources told The New York Times. Bezos published several emails from the National Enquirer's chief content officer Dylan Howard and from Jon Fine, an attorney representing AMI — one of which lists compromising photographs of Bezos that the supermarket tabloid says...
Tags: Amazon, Washington Post, US, Trends, Cnn, United States, Playboy, Fine, Anderson Cooper, The New York Times, Jeff Bezos, National Enquirer, Times, The Washington Post, New Yorker, Trump


Another Very Good ‘Short’ Quarterback Rises From Oklahoma

Kyler Murray won the Heisman. Mason Fine of North Texas is about to be college football’s leading active passer. He’s two inches shy of six feet.
Tags: News, Fine, Oklahoma, Murray, University Of North Texas, Mason, University of Oklahoma, Kyler Murray, Football (College, Kyler (1997-, Heisman Mason Fine of North Texas


Italy fines Apple and Samsung for slowing down older phones

The Italian anti-trust agency has fined Apple and Samsung considerable amounts of money for intentionally slowing down older phones with software updates -- and added a second fine for Apple. The post Italy fines Apple and Samsung for slowing down older phones appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Business, Legal, News, Samsung, Trends, Italy, Fine, Planned Obsolescence, Android Army


Here is How To Fight a Stop Sign Violation!

You’ve been pulled over for running a stop sign and want to know what is next. This surprisingly common violation may seem cut and dry. However, you can fight stop sign violations. Whether you choose to tackle the ticket alone or hire professional ticket fighters , here are a few strategies you can use: You Stopped Further Back If you stopped a little before the limit line or sign, the police officer who pulled you over may not have seen you stopping. This is especially likely if the officer...
Tags: Auto, Food, California, Finance, Fine, Driving, Santa Ana, Stop Sign


Google’s $5.1 billion antitrust fine could mean the end of free Android

The European Commission has fined Google a record breaking $5.1 billion. The EU is accusing the company of severe antitrust infractions related to the search engine giant's handling of the Android ecosystem. The post Google’s $5.1 billion antitrust fine could mean the end of free Android appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Business, Legal, News, Trends, Eu, European Commission, Fine, Android Army


Google’s $5.1 billion anti-trust fine could mean the end of free Android

The European Commission has fined Google a record breaking $5.1 billion. The EU is accusing the company of severe antitrust infractions related to the search engine giant's handling of the Android ecosystem. The post Google’s $5.1 billion anti-trust fine could mean the end of free Android appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Business, Legal, News, Trends, Eu, European Commission, Fine, Android Army


European Commission fines Google $5.1 billion over Android antitrust violations

The European Commission has fined Google a record breaking $5.1 billion. The EU is accusing the company of severe antitrust infractions related to the search engine giant's handling of the Android ecosystem. The post European Commission fines Google $5.1 billion over Android antitrust violations appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Business, Legal, News, Trends, Eu, European Commission, Fine, Android Army


European Commission fines Google $5.1 billion over Android anti-trust issues

The European Commission has fined Google a record breaking $5.1 billion. The EU is accusing the company of severe antitrust infractions related to the search engine giant's handling of the Android ecosystem. The post European Commission fines Google $5.1 billion over Android anti-trust issues appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Business, Legal, News, Trends, Eu, European Commission, Fine, Android Army


European Commission fines Google $5.1 billion for Android anti-trust issues

The European Commission has fined Google a record breaking $5.1 billion. The EU is accusing the company of severe anti-trust issues related to the search engine giant's handling of the Android ecosystem. The post European Commission fines Google $5.1 billion for Android anti-trust issues appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Business, Legal, News, Trends, Eu, European Commission, Fine, Android Army


The Popdose Interview: Paul Melançon’s “Depression, Ayahuasca, Cartoons” and New Music

More than once, I’ve played Paul Melançon’s music for my friends, and I generally get the same reaction from them. They will appreciate it initially with the kind of comfort and ease one has while listening to old favorites. They quickly realize that this is not a familiar song, but by then, it’s too late. His songwriting is no nostalgia trip but, rather, the sound of a man who slipped out of a more creative, (some would say) better time. I came to his Camera Obscura album almost a decade after ...
Tags: Amazon, Music, La, Atlanta, Depression, Kickstarter, Peru, Fine, Billy Bragg, Popdose, Ayahuasca, Dw. Dunphy, Donald Fagen, Electric Light Orchestra, Popdose Interviews, Don


Germany to fine for skipping school

Everyone knows that flight prices skyrocket around popular vacation times, making it incredibly expensive to book a family vacation. One common way to get around these price-hikes is to get ahead of the vacation crowd by booking a day or two in advance. For travelers with children, this means taking them out of school early. While it might not seem like a huge deal — everyone slacks off before vacations anyway — in Germany, it could get you reported to the local authorities and earn you a huge...
Tags: Travel, School, Airports, Germany, New York Times, Fine, Bavaria, All, Heinz Peter Meidinger


Popdose Playlist, January 29, 2018

Good day, Monday morning quarterbacks! Once upon a time, long ago (well, not THAT long ago), Popdose had the Friday Mixtape feature, a regular fixture of the site. It was a popular feature, but times changed between when the column began and when it ended. The primary culprit was the so-called death of the MP3, that people preferred to stream their music, and that diminishing returns would continue to…diminish. Where is the Thesaurus when you need it? As we plunge headlong into 2018, Popdose is...
Tags: Music, Into The Woods, Steve Scott, Fine, Black Sea, Picture, Popdose, Fringe, Pugwash, Silverlake, Camera Obscura, Paul Melancon, Kino, Thomas Walsh, Calexico, Respectable Street


Qualcomm fined $1.2 billion for paying Apple to use its mobile chips

Qualcomm has been fined $1.2 billion by EU antitrust investigators, after it was concluded the company paid Apple to use its baseband mobile chips exclusively, effectively shutting out the competition. The post Qualcomm fined $1.2 billion for paying Apple to use its mobile chips appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Business, Trends, Eu, Fine, Qualcomm


In Honolulu? Text and cross the street and you’ll get a fine

The Hawaiian city of Honolulu will now fine you if you're caught looking at your phone or mobile device when crossing the street. The first time you'll have to pay up to $35, a second offense will cost $74, and a third $99. The post In Honolulu? Text and cross the street and you’ll get a fine appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Trends, Hawaii, Fine, Texting, Honolulu, Distracted Walking


Whatever you do, don’t look at your phone when crossing the street in Honolulu

The Hawaiian city of Honolulu will now fine you if you're caught looking at your phone or other mobile device when crossing the street. The first time you'll have to pay up to $35, a second offense will cost $74, and a third $99. The post Whatever you do, don’t look at your phone when crossing the street in Honolulu appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Trends, Hawaii, Fine, Texting, Honolulu, Distracted Walking


Rep. Scalise's Return Since Baseball Practice Shooting To Be Determined

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Louisiana congressman shot at a baseball practice in mid-June is telling colleagues that his return to the Capitol will be based on his doctors’ advice and a date has not yet been determined. A spokeswoman for House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, Lauren Fine, said the congressman participated Monday in a conference call with fellow Republican lawmakers on the topic of spending bills. Fine said Scalise thanked GOP members who are part of the team responsible for whipping up su...
Tags: News, Washington, Ap, Gop, House, Fine, Associated Press, Louisiana, North Carolina, Capitol, Patrick McHenry, Scalise, Steve Scalise Lauren Fine


This CEO runs a startup that helps people design their dream home — see the beautiful space where she lives

Laurel & Wolf CEO Leura Fine built a business around helping people design their dream home. Launched in 2014, the digital decorating platform aims to make the interior design process easier for clients by moving almost everything online. After being paired with a designer, customers can purchase furniture and decor from hundreds of vendors on the Laurel & Wolf site. Fine recently redesigned her own home using personal touches and furniture from vendors that work with her company. Below, get a ...
Tags: Etsy, Los Angeles, Trends, Fine, Laurel Wolf, Leura Fine


Inside the gorgeous Los Angeles home of a CEO whose startup helps others design their own dream spaces

Laurel & Wolf CEO Leura Fine built a business around helping people design their dream home. Launched in 2014, the digital decorating platform aims to make the interior design process easier for clients by moving almost everything online. After being paired with a designer, customers can purchase furniture and decor from hundreds of vendors on the Laurel & Wolf site. Fine recently redesigned her own home using personal touches and furniture from vendors that work with her company. Below, get a ...
Tags: Etsy, Los Angeles, Trends, Fine, Laurel Wolf, Leura Fine


Chicago Settles Traffic Lawsuit – Still Work to be Done

Chicago Settles Traffic Lawsuit - Still Work to be Done The post Chicago Settles Traffic Lawsuit – Still Work to be Done appeared first on Legal Reader.
Tags: Corruption, Lawsuit, Legal, Law, Court, City, System, Light, Traffic, Mail, People, Chicago, Red, Fine, 2010, Warning


Ex-Postal Worker Guilty Of Delivering “Some Kind Of” Drugs

Ex-Postal Worker Guilty Of Delivering "Some Kind Of" Drugs The post appeared first on Legal Reader.
Tags: Home, Florida, Crime, Prison, Law, Police, Court, Jury, Post Office, Luxury, Fine, Arrest, Illegal, Jail, Trial, Criminal


Man Attacks Wife With A Kitchen Spatula, Breaking Her Arms

Man Attacks Wife With A Kitchen Spatula, Breaking Her Arms The post Man Attacks Wife With A Kitchen Spatula, Breaking Her Arms appeared first on Legal Reader.
Tags: Kitchen, Crime, Legal, Prison, Law, Vladimir Putin, Russia, Bars, Court, Jury, Domestic, Attack, Abuse, Violence, Fine, Jail


Monopoly Card Won’t Help Suspect Get Out Of Jail Free

Monopoly Card Won’t Help Suspect Get Out Of Jail Free The post Monopoly Card Won’t Help Suspect Get Out Of Jail Free appeared first on Legal Reader.
Tags: Pocket, Crime, Minnesota, Free, Police, Sheriff, Monopoly, Fine, Arrest, Jail, Criminal, Card, Charge, Officer, News & Politics, Dakota County


EU hits Google with record 2.42 billion euro fine over antitrust case

The European Commission has fined Google 2.42 billion euro for breaching EU antitrust rules. The search engine giant was expected to hit with a fine up to 3 billion euro. EU had filed formal antitrust charges on Google last year over claims that it has abused its market dominance as a search engine by giving … Continue reading "EU hits Google with record 2.42 billion euro fine over antitrust case"
Tags: Google, News, Eu, Blogging, European Commission, Fine, Antritrust


Hinkle Had A Hankering For Hooters

Hinkle Had A Hankering For Hooters The post Hinkle Had A Hankering For Hooters appeared first on Legal Reader.
Tags: Uber, Family, Florida, Crime, Police, Car, Wings, Transit, Restaurant, Fine, Arrest, Jail, Criminal, Public, Grandmother, Girlfriend


Woman Damages $350K Worth Of Items In Ex’s Home

Woman Damages $350K Worth Of Items In Ex's Home The post Woman Damages $350K Worth Of Items In Ex’s Home appeared first on Legal Reader.
Tags: New York, Crime, Prison, Court, Divorce, Fine, Arrest, Jail, Damage, Charge, Fee, News & Politics, Lawsuits & Litigation, Vandalism, Restitution, Courtroom


Another Colorado Cancer Faker Caught

Caroline Zarate Boyle, another Colorado cancer faker, is caught and up for sentencing. The post Another Colorado Cancer Faker Caught appeared first on Legal Reader.
Tags: Health, Work, Crime, Prison, Medicine, Colorado, Police, Cancer, Women, Scheme, Woman, Computer, Fraud, Online, Treatment, Fine


Attorney Allegedly Threatens Opposing Counsel

Texas judge Lori Valenzuela testified on the witness stand Wednesday that Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood, an elected District Attorney (DA), told her he would destroy two defense lawyers’ practices for raising issues of prosecutorial misconduct during the murder trial of 29-year-old Miguel Martinez. The post Attorney Allegedly Threatens Opposing Counsel appeared first on Legal Reader.
Tags: Murder, Texas, Legal, Prison, Law, Case, Fine, Jail, Trial, Judge, Lawyer, District Attorney, Counsel, Attorney, News & Politics, Lawsuits & Litigation


Fae is a new open-source content management system based on Rails

 FINE, a San Francisco- and Portland-based brand agency, is open sourcing the content management system (CMS) it has developed in-house to build sites for brands like Anchor Brewing, Kimpton Residences at Seafire, Prūf Cultivar (“Elevated Cannabis”) and others. Read More
Tags: TC, Open Source, Enterprise, Developer, San Francisco, Tech, Cms, Portland, Fine, Content Management System, Fae, Seafire Prūf Cultivar Elevated Cannabis