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Google and Apple’s unholy search alliance faces another antitrust suit

05/01/2022

Google and Apple are the best of frenemies. While the tech giants threaten “thermonuclear wars” over smartphone conflicts, they also quietly declare ceasefires for good causes — and big profits. A prominent example of these truces is on the search battlefield. Google pays Apple big bucks to remain the default...
Google and Apple are the best of frenemies. While the tech giants threaten “thermonuclear wars” over smartphone conflicts, they also quietly declare ceasefires for good causes — and big profits. A prominent example of these truces is on the search battlefield. Google pays Apple big bucks to remain the default search engine on iOS devices — $8 billion to $12 billion a year, according to the US Justice Department. A new lawsuit has shone the spotlight on this mutual-defense treaty. The antitrust case alleges that Google, Apple, and their respective CEOs have violated US antitrust laws in their non-compete agreement. The complaint…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple Google and Apple are the best of frenemies. While the tech giants threaten “thermonuclear wars” over smartphone conflicts, they also quietly declare ceasefires for good causes — and big profits. A prominent example of these truces is on the search battlefield. Google pays Apple big bucks to remain the default search engine on iOS devices — $8 billion to $12 billion a year, according to the US Justice Department. A new lawsuit has shone the spotlight on this mutual-defense treaty. The antitrust case alleges that Google, Apple, and their respective CEOs have violated US antitrust laws in their non-compete agreement. The complaint…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple
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