Google has—for years—kept secret the amount of money it has made from its Android operating system. But the cat is now out of the bag.
An Oracle lawyer has told a US court that the search and ad giant had generated £22 billion ($31 billion) in revenue, and £15 billion ($22 billion) in profit since the OS first launched in 2008, according to Bloomberg.
It was also disclosed that Google paid Apple £700 million ($1 billion) in 2014 to be the default search engine on the iPhone.
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