engine - 5:35 pm on Jun 14, 2013 (gmt 0)
However, the documents the site has discovered also include mention of a 23-page questionnaire that the EU competition regulators have sent to device makers and carriers, asking for them to chime in on whether Google is acting unfairly with Android.
According to the documents, the competitors are concerned that Google is offering Android "below cost" to boost support for its operating system. They also argue that Google has the power to force device makers to "cancel and/or delay the launch of smartphone devices" that aren't running Android.E.U. Continues Investigations Into Google Android Licensing Practices [news.cnet.com]