This is starting to resemble a pre-school scenario – Microsoft as well as other firms have banded together to lodge a complain to EU antitrust regulators concerning Google’s social networking tool known as Google+. Granted, Google+ is not exactly as dynamic as Facebook since it is still far from the total number of users compared to the latter, but this particular mass complain might soon poke the EU into action, broadening its ongoing investigation where Google is concerned. As for the nitty gritty concerning the nature of the complaint surrounding Google+, nothing is leaked – unfortunately, due to the sensitivity of the matter.
Even the European Commission has also declined to comment, and Microsoft remained mum, simply stating that they would not be making any statement concerning “rumors or speculation.” It would be interesting to see how things pan out from here, and hopefully whatever surrounds Google+ at this moment will work out the right way sooner rather than later. After all, the social network scene obviously needs someone to keep Facebook on their toes, instead of being a monopoly, so that all users will win.
- 2014-04-22: Motorola And Lenovo's First Smartphone Reportedly Coming This Fall
- 2014-04-22: Nest Thermostat Is Now Available From The Play Store
- 2014-04-21: Nest Thermostat Briefly Spotted On Google Play
- 2014-04-21: Flippypad Concept Shows How Project Ara As A Handheld Gaming Console
- 2014-04-21: Leaked Android Dialer App Screenshot Shows Slight Makeover
- 2014-04-14: Microsoft Is "Done" With The Scroogled Campaign
- 2014-03-30: Microsoft Removes 6 Fake Google Apps From Windows Phone Store
- 2014-03-26: Google Denies Allegations Of Gmail Snooping To Weed Out Leaker
- 2014-03-14: ASUS Reportedly Drops Plans And Halts Sale Of Dual Booting Products [Rumor]
- 2014-03-03: Microsoft-Nokia Deal Reportedly Draws Concerns From Rivals In China