Google to allow rival search engines to compete on Android - at a price

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Google to allow rival search engines to compete on Android - at a price

Must pay for the privilege.

Alphabet Inc's Google will allow rivals to compete to be the default search engines on new Android devices in Europe, but they will have to pay for the privilege. In its latest proposal to ward off fresh EU antitrust penalties, Google on Friday announced plans to auction spots on a "choice ...

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