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Microsoft, Nokia, Oracle and others file antitrust against ‘Trojan Horse’ activities of Android?

| April 11, 2013 | 88 Replies

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Quick heads up just to share the story if you missed it  from a couple of days ago:

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I believe it’s about Google app bundling into Android, getting unfair advantage over consumer data. Whilst Android is free, Android partners are required to install a set of Google apps in-order to be Android certified. The FairSearch group, consisting of MS, Nokia, Oracle and others has asked the EU Antitrust commission to investigate these alleged antitrust practices by Google

Oh, Trojan Horse, phrase of 2011 :p

Cheers all for the tip

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