Google has announced changes to the way it licences its Android mobile operating system as it awaits the outcome of an appeal against a €4.3 billion (US$5 billion) fine levied on it by the European Union in July, for allegedly breaching anti-trust rules over the system.
The world's biggest automotive alliance has chosen Google's Android mobile operating system to provide intelligent infotainment systems in its vehicles.
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