Google will abandon Android: named for the approximate time
23 July, 2018, 06:02 | Author: Tara Roberts
"The important thing is not to be distracted by the size of the fine". The ruling will also be welcomed by rival search engine providers.
Google, the revenue-pumping heart of corporate parent Alphabet, makes Android available free to device makers, earning money from ads, content or subscriptions at online services crafted to work smoothly with the operating system. As a result, it is the most widely used system, beating Apple's iOS by a wide margin. Today's decision rejects the business model that supports Android, which has created more choice for everyone, not less. However, Fuchsia is more than just an experiment at this point - Google's developers have been posting Fuchsia code since 2016, and some enthusiast users have also installed the early versions of the new OS on devices like the Pixelbook. This new operating system is called Fuchsia.
However, there was not much response to Trump's take on the matter. "They might be able to regain some power that they've ceded to device manufacturers and telecom carriers". Regardless, the EU's fine on Google shows that the will to resist is still alive.
The team Fuchsia is going to replace the Android operating system, which employs three-quarters of the smartphones in the world.
Still, some USA politicians welcomed the fine. It has changed the lives of millions of Europeans. The company said it would appeal. At that price, it's obviously cheaper for companies to choose Android than to develop their own system.
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We guess Trump will either declare a stronger trade war against the European Union or will say that he has been misquoted by the leftish press and he actually said Google was in the wrong and the European Union was great. The design is also more flexible in that it adjusts to multiple screen sizes - an attempt to cater to the new products, such as televisions, cars and refrigerators, where Google is spreading its software.
In 2016, the European Union ruled that Apple was getting preferential treatment deal from the Irish government and demanded it pay $15 billion in back taxes.
"We have to protect consumers and competition to make sure consumers get the best of fair competition", Vestager said. "I very much like the USA", she told reporters, "we do not do it in political context".
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