EC threatens Google with €3B fine; Apple CEO seeks China sales boost

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> Google faced a record fine of €3 billion ($3.4 billion) following an investigation by the European Commission into alleged monopoly abuse related to its search engine. Telegraph article

> Apple CEO Tim Cook visited China in a bid to kick-start the company's sales in the market. Reuters report

> France's Iliad said it planned to launch services in French overseas departments (DOM) and has applied for spectrum licences. Iliad release

> The EC could open a third competition probe into Google, this time focused on its AdWords service. Bloomberg report

And finally…Graveside headstones get a 21st century makeover. BBC News article

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