Google makes changes to some services in India

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Google (GOOGL.O), a subsidiary of Alphabet, announced on Wednesday that it was updating its platforms in India and enabling original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to license specific Google apps for pre-installation on their hardware.

After the nation’s Supreme Court maintained strict antitrust guidelines, the American company was compelled to alter how it distributes its well-liked Android platform in a crucial growth area. After the nation’s Supreme Court maintained strict antitrust guidelines, the American company was compelled to alter how it distributes its well-liked Android platform in a crucial growth area.

On Wednesday, Alphabet announced modifications to its platforms in India, including letting original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) purchase licenses for specific Google apps to be pre-installed on their hardware.

A division of Alphabet, Google (GOOGL.O), disclosed on Wednesday that it was modernizing its platforms in India and allowing original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to license particular Google apps for pre-installation on their hardware.

The American company was forced to modify how it distributes its popular Android platform in a critical development area after the nation’s Supreme Court upheld harsh antitrust laws. The American company was forced to modify how it distributes its popular Android platform in a critical development area after the nation’s Supreme Court upheld harsh antitrust laws.

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