French economic minister Bruno Le Maire says his government will take Apple and Google to court in Paris over contract terms imposed on startups and software developers. The companies are engaging in abusive trade practices, he said.
Broadcom announced it has officially withdrawn its $117 billion offer to buy Qualcomm after President Donald Trump issued an executive order to block the deal. Broadcom leaders say the company still plans to move its legal headquarters from Singapore to the US.
Regulators around the world are taking a hard look at initial coin offerings, and many are adopting rules to protect investors from scams. ICOs have been used for fundraising by more than 500 digital technology startups.
Toshiba has developed an augmented reality device running Windows 10 for use by enterprise customers. The headset has been optimized for use in factories, allowing users to do everything from viewing PDFs to livestreaming.
Documents in a lawsuit filed by former Microsoft employee Katherine Moussouris say the company received 238 complaints from women from 2010 to 2016 detailing sexual harassment, gender and pregnancy discrimination, and retaliation. Moussouris filed the lawsuit in 2015, but two others have since joined the suit, and attorneys are seeking class-action status.