A $5 Billion Fine Will Not End Google’s Stranglehold on Smartphone Software
In order to license Android, phone manufacturers are subject to a rigid set of requirements meant to drive mobile search traffic to Google.
The EU's record $5 billion antitrust Android fine will take Google two weeks to pay off
“Google has used Android as a vehicle to cement its dominance as a search engine. These practices have denied rivals a chance to innovate and to compete on the merits."
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Donald Trump will travel to Mexico to meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto, President Obama grants clemency to 111 prisoners, the top ISIS strategist has been killed in Syria, and more.
Britain's Nigel Farage to EU leaders: 'You're not laughing now, are you?'
Parliamentarians booed UKIP leader Nigel Farage as he spoke in Strasbourg, with the anti-EU politician claiming his critics were in denial.
Greece Hopes For Another Massive Bailout After Violent Street Protests
Tensions are on a knife edge as Greece attempts to negotiate another crucial bailout worth billions while facing violent street protests and rebellion from within the government.