Google under fire for India market abuse

Initial regulators’ report suggest breaches of competition law

Dubsmash

Dubsmash aiming to tap app’s viral appeal

Social media sensation aims to evolve into new platform

Dr. Reinhard Ploss, CEO, Infineon

Infineon could be takeover target, says CEO

Ploss says chipmaker has attractive products for cars

Russian law sparks web surveillance fears

New rule requires companies to store data onshore

Netflix: Burden of empire

US digital TV provider can succeed in its bold international expansion, and still be overvalued

US tech giants need to soften their image

Companies such as Google may scorn officialdom, but being seen as nasty is bad for their business

China P2P lender banks on social media use

China Rapid Finance uses Tencent data to judge creditworthiness

Small-cap Week, August 29

SkyePharma, Tavistock, Oxaco, and MTI Wireless Edge featured

Week in Review

Week in Review, August 29

Zurich bid for RSA; Facebook, BHP Billiton and BlackRock also in the news

HSBC makes 275,000 delayed payments

Glitch delayed pay before bank holiday weekend

Inmarsat completes satellite network

UK company says network will improve web connectivity

Apple loses key music streaming executive

Ian Rogers leaves two months after launch of Beats1 radio service

Ashley Madison boss quits after data hack

Millions of adultery website’s users’ details were posted online

Payments company iZettle raises €60m

Latest move by investors to back European fintech start-ups

Facebook tackles video freebooters

Network uses new copyright technology in quest to rival YouTube

Apple to debut new iPhone

Stakes are high as group strives to defy waning smartphone growth

Songwriters sue SoundCloud

PRS for Music says court only option with music streaming service

Lesson from Box for technology start-ups

The cloud storage unicorn has had a rough ride

Mobile gaming: going cheep

Developers struggle to stay ahead when barriers to entry are low

Google slams ‘incorrect’ antitrust charges

Response poses problem for European Commission, which hopes case would become a precedent

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