After $5 billion EU antitrust fine, Google will start charging for Android apps – Ars Technica


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After $5 billion EU antitrust fine, Google will start charging for Android apps
Ars Technica
Google is adjusting to life in the EU after the $5.05 billion (€4.34 billion) antitrust fine levied against it by the European Commission earlier this year. Google is still appealing the initial ruling, which found that Google used Android to illegally
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