Google fined over record EU anti-trust Android use
An EU court has largely upheld a record fine against Google for using the Android platform to cement its search engine's dominance.
The €4.125bn (£3.5bn) penalty is the largest anti-trust fine ever handed down by the European Commission.
It said Google had breached its laws by forcing Android phone-makers to carry its search and web browser apps in order to access the Google Play Store in 2018.
Google has since changed its terms.
The firm said it was "disappointed" by the verdict.