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European Union regulators on Wednesday hit Google with a record €4.3 billion ($5 billion) fine for antitrust violations, BBC reports. The European Commission said Google abused its Android market dominance by inserting its own search engine and Chrome apps into the widely used operating system for smartphones and tablets. The regulators also said Google did other things to block competition, such as paying "certain large manufacturers and mobile network operators" to exclusively bundle its search app on handheld devices. The fine far surpassed Google's previous $2.7 billion record-breaking fine, The Verge reports, which the EU imposed last year,... [Read More]
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Dozens of mariachi bands were serenading couples and families in Mexico City when five men disguised as musicians unleashed a hail of gunfire. [Read More]
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