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Is Google Abusing Its Android Dominance in the Mobile Market?

CNBC International’s Elizabeth Schulze reveals that Google has violated rules that could cost it $5 billion. The tech giant has misused anti-trust rules to dominate the mobile phone market with its Android operating system. Android is running in 84.8 percent of the world’s mobile devices. EU has ordered Google to stop forcing mobile companies to include its applications in Android devices. The tech giant is also the biggest player in the search market so much so that Yelp complained against it to EU. CEO Sundar Pichai insists that the company creates more options for customers and at a far lesser price.

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