The tech giant that is known as Google has been fined a whopping $5 billion after a European Union (EU) decision. The European Commision said that Google has been bundling its search engine and chrome apps within the operating system. They also apparently blocked phone makers from producing phones that ran forked versions of Android and supposedly made payments to certain large manufacturers as well as mobile network operators to exclusively bundle the Google search app on handsets. Google has a total of 90 days to unbundle apps on their devices or they may see some more intense fines in a very short while. Although, the process might take a long time, specifically, years if Google does try to appeal the decision. Google is, of course, going to try and fight this decision because the company clearly does not want to lose such a large amount of money and perhaps wants to try and keep doing the same things that they have been doing in the past. Yet, it has been reported that Google did stop payments for app bundling in 2014 after the EU started to look into it.
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