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David Imel April 17, 2019 279 shares
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Samsung Galaxy Fold issues: What’s happening, what can Samsung do about it?

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Oppo Reno hands-on: A shark-fin selfie shooter and 10x hybrid zoom

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Huawei P30 Pro camera review: Next level optics, low-light king

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Google tried to settle the EU’s Android antitrust probe last year

In a new interview with Margrethe Vestager, it is revealed that Google attempted to settle with the EU before the recent $5 billion fine.
C. Scott BrownJuly 23, 2018121 shares
 

Google vs the EU: Which side are you on?

The fine the EU just handed Google over alleged Android antitrust issues has left us feeling pretty conflicted.
C. Scott BrownJuly 18, 2018415 shares
 

Google to European Commission: Android offers more choice for consumers

Google has filed its formal response to the European Commission's Android antitrust probe, arguing that the OS actually offers more consumer choices.
John CallahamNovember 10, 2016402 shares
 

Google fined $6.75 million for pre-installing apps in Russia

Russia's Federal Anti-monopoly Service has fined Google $6.75 million for anti-competitive behaviour related to pre-installed Android apps.
Robert TriggsAugust 12, 20161462 shares
 

EU anti-trust commissioner repeats old mantra that Google is stifling innovation

Margrethe Vestager, the European Commissioner for Competition, has delivered a rousing speech against Google and how the search giant is misusing its power and stifling innovation.
Gary SimsMay 25, 2016175 shares
 

2012 Acer-Alibaba incident may come back to haunt Google

The strong-arm tactics that Google employed against Alibaba and Acer four years ago could come back to haunt the creator of Android.
Bogdan PetrovanMay 19, 2016443 shares
 

The EU is about to slap Google with a $3.4 billion fine: The Telegraph

The European Union is preparing to fine Google for anti-competitive practices, according to a report from UK’s The Telegraph.
Bogdan PetrovanMay 16, 2016587 shares
 

FTC extends its antitrust investigation into Alphabet and Android

According to sources close to the matter, the Federal Trade Commission is taking a closer look at anti-competitive practises related to Alphabet's Android OS.
Robert TriggsApril 27, 2016199 shares
 

European Commission opens antitrust proceedings with Google

After a year investigating, the European Commission has finally decided to file charges against Google for anti-competitive behavior related to Android.
Robert TriggsApril 20, 2016176 shares
 

Google accused of stifling Android competition by the European Commission…again

The EU Commission chief has stated today that the EC is looking into Google's partnership deals with OEMs and carriers regarding its bundled suite of apps.
Kris CarlonApril 18, 2016404 shares
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