In Europe, the investigation over antitrust allegations at Google continues to move at turtle speed. The EU stated it is looking at August or later for a possible decision. “We can reach an agreement after the summer break. We can envisage this as a possible deadline,” said European Commission head of competition Joaquin Almunia to Reuters. The issue with the EU moving at such a slow pace is by the time they reach a decision, it will most likely be irrelevant, as technology moves too fast. [Source: Reuters]