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Google's Latest Antitrust Battle Goes Mobile

Mobile becomes Google's latest battle with FairSearch, which represents Microsoft, Oracle, Nokia and several other companies. The group said Google is using its Android operating system to "monopolize the mobile marketplace and control consumer data," reports CNN. The group accuses Google of requiring Android smartphone makers who want to offer apps such as Google Maps or YouTube to pre-load Google mobile services and to give them a prominent default place on their devices.

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