Rising Star - Apple
If you're looking for evil actions, you're going to have to set your eyes to the newer players in the game. Just look at the innovation that is being brought to the field.
Apple's a good place to start, considering it's the closest competitor. While Microsoft focused on shutting down their competitors, Apple seems to be stepping up the game and trying to monopolize the actual customers. Their innovation in content management means that once you have an Apple device (let's focus on an iPhone for now), you're completely at the mercy of their programs and design. If you want applications, they have to be Apple approved. It's not that big of a deal. After all, they are perfectly willing to accept applications from competitors. Google Voice was added with ease, after the FCC threatened Apple with an anti-trust investigation.
The whole system is quite beautiful. They have a monopoly on content, getting their cut from every sale in their official store. They created a monopoly on their phones' service plans, which let them sell the rights to whichever provider has the most money to burn. And the list could just go on and on for iPods and iPads. Their computers are slightly more reasonable, with the monopoly on the OS only used to charge a whole lot of money for a pretty paint job and design. Of course with the Mac App Store, they can clamp down there as time goes on.
Of course, you can also add in their focus on privacy. Privacy is a vital concern. They want to have it. Apparently they think it's a type of "Highlander" situation, since they tried to get more privacy for themselves by killing privacy for others. The phone tracking debacle highlights that fairly well. Microsoft tried it with their phone software, but they just couldn't go all the way. They insisted on storing the information securely offsite. There's no room for half-measures in this contest. There's also the long list of freakouts over lost prototypes. Lost iPhones alone have led to police raids, threats against journalists and legally questionable searches.
Say what you want about Microsoft, but they're clearly out of their league. They let me use an iPod with Windows, and even install iTunes. Not sure how that slipped by.