The European Union has raised the prospect that it may consider breaking up Google into a number of smaller units, saying it harbours "grave suspicions" about the firm's dominance of the search market.
A former writer for Forbes claims Google used its power to force her to kill a story that was critical of the search behemoth's monopolistic practices six years ago.
Although the TiVo EPG will switch off in Australia before the end of the year, TiVo has renewed its long-term IP licence allowing Foxtel to deliver an “ultimate entertainment discovery experience".
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