New York Times reports Google pays Apple up to $12 billion for search deal

The Justice Department's anti-trust lawsuit against Google is reportedly targeting a deal the company has struck with Apple.
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Transcript for New York Times reports Google pays Apple up to $12 billion for search deal
In today's set by the Justice Department antitrust lawsuit against Google is reportedly targeting a deal the company has shot with apple the New York Times reports Google case apple to twelve billion dollars a year to remain the deep ball search engine on apple products. Prosecutors argued that deal hurts competition. Remote schooling is helping chrome books make big shrines of the computer market shipments are up 90% over last year. In addition to being less expensive than windows council's. Or Apple Mac books chrome books also run Google classroom. Which is used by teachers and students. And you're craving McDonald's ice cream a German software maker has created a website called it broke and it uses a plot to check the status of average McDonnell ice cream maker in the US. He started his project after he tried and failed to order a mix Sunday those air attack bites have a great day.

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