EU regulators have reportedly postponed its meeting with Google over its finding against Android to next week.
Neighbourhood Technology Desk/Avi Arya: EU antitrust enforcer has charged Google with using its dominant Android to marginalize rivals following a three-year long investigation seen as the most important of three EU cases against the world’s most popular internet search engine. EU antitrust regulators have postponed to next week a finding against Google’s Android mobile operating system, a person familiar with the matter said, avoiding any clash with a visit to Brussels by US President Donald Trump.
European Commission had schedueled led a meeting of national competition agencies for Tuesday to brief them on the case, including what is expected to be a record-breaking fine against Alphabet unit Google. But the meeting has been rescheduled to July 17, the person said, without giving a reason for the change. Other sources say that they expected a delay due to the presence of Trump, who is due to attend a NATO summit in Brussels this week.