Google given six-week extension in EU Android antitrust case

Dominant smartphone operating system maker given extra time to respond to European commission charges over market abuse of Android and Google Search and Chrome apps

Google has been given a six-week extension until early September to respond to EU antitrust charges filed against its mobile operating system Android.

In April the European commission said Google’s requirement that mobile phone manufacturers pre-install Google Search and the Google’s Chrome browser in order to get access to other Google apps including the Google Play Store, the largest source of Android apps with more than 2m available, may harm consumers and competition.

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