Google is arguing that accusations brought against it by the EU for breaking antitrust rules and abusing its market power are misguided, because it doesn't discriminate against some of its rivals.
Google has received another extension in its fight with the EU. The Union's regulators are going after Google's behavior, where it forced device makers to adopt its own services.
Google is facing three distinct charges against it from the EU: Android abuse, unfair online shopping practices, and blocking ad competitors. The company only has a few weeks left to answer.
Google was already facing record fines in its antitrust cases with the EU, but now regulators have brought even more evidence against the company, and started a new investigation into AdSense.
The European Commission has launched two investigations into Qualcomm's practices, to find out whether the giant chip company has abused its leading market position and affected competition.