• Google is changing how Android works in India in response to landmark antitrust ruling

    7 days ago - By Engadget

    After a last-ditch attempt to block India's landmark Android ruling failed last week , Google has detailed how its mobile operating system will change to accommodate orders from the country's Competition Commission. In a blog post spotted by The Verge , Google said it would give Android users in India the option to decide on their device's default search engine “via a choice screen” that appears when they first set up a new phone or tablet. Additionally, starting next month, all apps and games downloaded from the Play Store will support third-party billing options, allowing developers to...
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  • India's New Indigenous BharOS Is Basically DeGoogled Android

    7 days ago - By Linuxtoday

    India's new Android-based mobile operating system, BharOS, is part of a project to make India less dependent on technology developed outside of the country.
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