Google charging OEMs for GApps in Europe based on device pi…

In response to a €4.3 billion fine on European antitrust charges, Google is now charging Android device manufacturers a license fee to distribute its signature app suite, which includes the Play Store, YouTube, Drive, Maps and others. Google announced that it would continue to not charge fore Android OS distribution as well as Google search
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In this mornings hangout with Google’s John Mueller, one web site owner who lost 60% of his traffic over a Google search algorithm update several months ago asked John what he should do. The interesting thing, John did bring his detailed examples to the search engineers and had to tell this guy that after reviewing
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In reviewing your latest digital marketing strategy, perhaps you feel like you’ve dotted all your i’s and crossed all your t’s, yet you’re still not ranking as high as you’d like. You’ve optimized the title tags and meta descriptions and targeted all the right keywords, and you still find yourself scratching your head about why
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The majority of Alexa skills have no user review or star rating, while 65 percent of those branded as five-stars have earned this from a single rating. It has also been found that 78 percent of Alexa skills with a one-star rating earned this score from just one user review. Just one percent of Alexa
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Australia’s government has made a number of serious attempts to combat online piracy in recent years. Back in 2015, it introduced the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill, which gave the Federal Court authority to have numerous online piracy sites blocked by internet service providers (ISPs). Since then, according to the government, online copyright infringement has
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A couple months ago, the European Commission fined Google more than €4.3 billion for forcing phone makers adopting its Android OS along with a suite apps like Gmail, Drive and YouTube to also pre-load the Play Store. Today, the search giant has announced a major compliance measure in the wake of its penalty: it will
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Univision has written to the heads of the FCC and FTC alleging that Dish has been deceptively marketing Univision programming as part of DIsh’s pay-TV services to consumers, even though the two parties have failed to reach an agreement to air Univision’s content for months, according to a letter obtained by Axios. Why it matters:
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Finding a great solicitor is easy when you know how. Online reviews, word-of-mouth referrals, the type of work they do etc. Here’s what you should do when looking for a good solicitor. It’s important to find a great solicitor There are plenty of good solicitors in the country but finding a great solicitor to
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Apple and Samsung typically show off glitzy hardware innovations — dual-lens cameras; bigger screens — to mesmerize millions into buying their new smartphones. Google has taken a different approach: It wants to sell people on better software. That was abundantly clear with the Pixel 3, the search giant’s latest smartphone, with software features powered by
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Alphabet Inc Class A (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) are both large-cap computer and technology companies, but which is the better investment? We will contrast the two companies based on the strength of their earnings, valuation, profitability, institutional ownership, analyst recommendations, dividends and risk. Analyst Recommendations This is a summary of current ratings for Alphabet Inc
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