US government sues Google, alleges monopoly in Internet search

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The Justice Department of the US Government has sued Google. The government has accused Google-owned company Alphabet of illegal use of its dominance in Internet search. The US government has accused Google of illegally protecting its effective position in the market of search and search ads through deals made with big companies like Apple and other smartphone manufacturers. Apple and other smartphone maker companies keep Google as the default search engine in their phone etc. devices. According to the Department of Justice, Google has remained a prominent name in the…

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Paytm will now give competition to Google after controversy, brought its mini app store

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Paytm has launched Mini App Store for Android users and app developers. Mini apps are customized mobile web. They get an app-like experience without downloading. Paytm can also give a tough competition to Google from its Mini App Store. A few days ago Google removed Paytm from the Play Store. In such a situation, bringing its own mini app store by Paytm can increase the concern of Google. With the introduction of Paytm’s Mini App Store, users have got an option in addition to Google Play Store. Paytm’s Android Mini…

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Paytm app removed from Google Play Store

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Google has also published a blog post highlighting the Play Store’s gambling policies which is said to be the reason behind the removal. Paytm has been removed from the Google Play Store. The app is no longer available to download for Android users. Google’s move to pull the app from the Play Store is said to be linked with Paytm’s fantasy games offerings. Interestingly Google India published a blog post today highlighting the Play Store’s policies on gambling. The blog post doesn’t mention Paytm but it points out the app…

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Google Meet Allows Video Chat with 100 people for Free

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Google Meet Video Conferencing is free for anyone who wishes to use it through G Suite. Anyone having a Google account will be able to create new and free meetings up to 100 people simultaneously or at once. This platform was initially launched as a premium platform but seeing the demand amidst coronavirus outbreak, it is offering free versions now. Google Duo and Hangouts were already accessible for casual video chatting. Now, Google Meet permits up to 100 members on a video call at once. It highlights features such as…

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