This week, the CEOs of Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google appeared on Wednesday before a House Judiciary subcommittee on antitrust.
Of the four companies, Google is in the most imminent danger of antitrust action. The US Department of Justice is investigating Google’s massive digital advertising business, and is expected to file a lawsuit against them this summer.
Android is the most popular mobile OS in the world, powering almost nine out of every 10 smartphones shipped globally. Google has been accused of using that dominance to force partners to bundle search, Gmail, YouTube and Maps.
All the tech executives sought to drive home the point that their companies are by America, for America.
But that’s not the answers.
Here are the top mobile news this week >
- Congress grilled America CEOs
- The Tiktok struggle
- iPhone will be delayed
- Samsung primed for 5G
- Google’s new transatlantic data cable
- Chinese Apps ban in India
- Huawei sold more phones than Samsung