Tag: antitrust

Apps & OS, Mobile

Under oath, employee reveals that Google spends billions so Android can compete with iOS

November 10, 2023

Via: PhoneArena

One of the subjects that the U.S. v. Google antitrust trial has focused on is the billions of dollars in search revenue sharing that Google pays out to various Android phone manufacturers and wireless carriers. All of that money is […]

Apps & OS, Mobile

Match drops out of Google Play antitrust showdown

October 31, 2023

Via: The Verge

Match Group and Google announced a settlement on Tuesday in Match’s lawsuit against the company. The last-minute decision leaves Google scheduled to go up against Fortnite publisher Epic Games alone in an antitrust trial that starts next week, with Epic […]

Apps & OS, Mobile

Google Play Store lawsuit: antitrust accuses it of monopoly; Google states it gives more openness than others

July 20, 2021

Via: Phone Arena

Google and the Play Store have been accused as being anti-competitive. A coalition of 37 state attorney generals have filed a lawsuit against Google and the Play Store, reports Android Central. Whatever the outcome of the lawsuit will be, it […]

Internet, Social Networking

Facebook and Google probably won’t like this new antitrust agreement

September 3, 2020

Via: Mashable

The U.S., Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the U.K. have signed an agreement to share information about competition laws and policies, with a focus on coordinating cases and investigations spanning international borders. Google and Facebook aren’t going to like this. […]