Google Under Investigation After Alleged Anticompetitive Tactics to boost Android’s Market Share

Author James Mash 14.6.2013. | 18:00

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The European Union’s antitrust watchdog is reportedly investigating claims that Google used anticompetitive tactics to improve Android’s market share. According to allegations from Nokia and Microsoft, Google offered Android below cost to manufacturers, making it the obvious choice to use as OS. Google is also being accused of pressuring manufacturers in delaying or even cancelling device launches running a competing operation system.

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Author James Mash 14.6.2013. | 18:00
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  1. Derk Jan Hoofd June 18, 21:30

    Gooooogle is compatitive !! with their anti ,,, so neeeeded!

  2. Lassina keita June 18, 22:58

    The os market is s well dominated by google that its competitors are try every allegation against.But all of these are useless because the fact is there google has an unbeatable economic model!!!

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