EU plans 'in-depth' investigation into Apple's acquisition of Shazam

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Shazam on Apple iPhone

Commission concerned that Apple could 'turn off' Shazam referrals to rivals

The European Commission is to investigate Apple's acquisition of music recognition app Shazam, struck in December 2017, over competition concerns.  Apple claimed that the $400 million deal for t...

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