Category: Google: International

Third-party app store owner files EU complaint about being blocked by Google

As the European Commission (EC) reportedly prepares to slap Google with another multibillion-dollar antitrust fine over its requirements for Android handset makers, a small third-party app store competitor called Aptoide has filed a complaint with the EC, asserting that Google...

/ July 12, 2018

Report: Second big EU antitrust fine against Google coming next week

Reports out today from the The Washington Post and Reuters say that the European Commission (EC) is readying a second multibillion-euro fine against Google parent Alphabet. Beyond the fine, the EC will likely demand changes in the company’s rules for...

/ July 9, 2018

Google holds an AMA-style meeting with dozens of publishers on GDPR

Google held a video-conferenced meeting with dozens of publishers in five cities, including New York and London, on Thursday to address concerns about GDPR. The new regulation that governs how companies treat EU citizens’ data went into effect Friday. The...

/ May 29, 2018

Alibaba’s UC browser beating Google Chrome in Indian mobile market

The Alibaba-owned UC browser is winning the war for mobile users in India and Indonesia. Relying on StatCounter data, The Wall Street Journal is reporting that it’s beating Google’s Chrome in these large developing markets. Chrome is the most widely...

/ January 2, 2018

Google releases Android Go edition for India’s 400 million internet users

Kashin / Shutterstock.com Google has released Android Oreo (Go edition), which is part of the larger Android 8.1 release. The new version of Android is optimized for devices with less than 1GB of memory and markets that have lower bandwidth...

/ December 5, 2017