Epic Games beat Google but lost to Apple in monopoly lawsuits. What does it all mean?

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A jury in San Francisco this week ruled that Google has operated as an illegal monopoly in the way it controls its app store. In a separate but related case involving Apple, a court ruled the opposite way. AP


The CEO of Fortnite maker Epic Games launched a battle of his own three years ago against two of the most powerful gatekeepers of the digital economy: Apple and Google.

Tim Sweeney’s gripe? That the tech Goliaths have too much power over the

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