In 2016, Google announced a new Google Search app.
Google’s search app was supposed to let you search for anything and everything, including books, movies, music, maps, and more.
It would also be a good place to find a great product.
It was a big deal for Google.
But it also was a huge deal for Amazon.
And Amazon wasn’t pleased.
In January, the Amazon-owned company sued Google and other tech giants like Apple, Facebook, and Twitter, alleging that the app was illegal, infringing on their intellectual property, and unfairly limiting Amazon’s ability to sell products.
The lawsuit also threatened to destroy Google’s reputation.
After months of public hearings and legal arguments, the case was settled, and Google and Amazon released an app with a few tweaks.
The company promised to take the app more seriously.
Amazon and Google also released a new app called Bookmark.
The app didn’t change much, but the company said it would improve the product by making it more user-friendly.
The original app, which was free, didn’t have much in the way of ads.
It offered to search books on Google for free, and Amazon and the app’s creator promised to offer ads on other websites.
The updated app was a bit different.
It had ads, and the price was higher.
And it also promised to make the app better by providing better search results and more accurate recommendations.
Amazon’s lawsuit made its way to the US Supreme Court, which decided in favor of the tech giants.
Google, it turned out, was not happy with the settlement.
Google had spent more than a decade suing companies it deemed to be copying its own technology and then trying to get the courts to strike down those suits.
Its lawsuit against Amazon was especially damaging to Google because Amazon wasn the one who first introduced the new search app, and it also had the resources and legal muscle to take Amazon to court.
Google argued that the settlement violated the First Amendment because the app didn and couldn’t offer search results that Amazon users could find on any website.
Google also argued that Amazon didn’t really own the app, because it had never released the app.
But the Supreme Court agreed with Amazon and ordered the company to pay $1 billion in damages.
Amazon argued that it didn’t own the search app.
It owned the copyright on the word search, which Amazon used to identify the book it was searching for.
The word search was part of Amazon’s catalog, Amazon said, and users could download it, edit it, and share it.
Amazon had argued that its own search results offered better results than Google’s, but Google had argued otherwise.
Google sued Amazon in 2015, claiming that Amazon’s search was illegal.
Google said the search was used to target ads to users and to target users to Amazon products.
Amazon was the primary target of the search, and in the lawsuit, Google argued Amazon violated the Sherman Act, which bars competitors from using their competitors’ technology in their own product development.
The search app also was accused of infringing on Amazon’s copyrights in the words “Bookmark,” “Bookmarks,” and “Book,” the company’s trademark.
Amazon also accused Google of trademark infringement.
Google claimed that Amazon was using Google’s trademark to promote its own product, and that Google was infringing Amazon’s trademarks.
The case dragged on for more than five years.
The Google search app and the new Bookmark app didn.t do much to change Amazon’s position.
Amazon still had the right to use Google’s own trademarked words and phrases, Amazon argued.
But Google didn’t want Amazon using Google trademarks, and so Amazon had to stop using its own trademarks to market its products.
And Google didn�t want Amazon selling products with its own trademark.
The two companies eventually settled, with Amazon paying $1.1 billion.
Amazon is now one of the largest tech companies in the world, and as part of the deal, it agreed to stop suing Google and give up its trademark.
But Amazon also said it had to pay a $500 million penalty for its use of Google trademarks.
(Amazon is now worth about $50 billion.)
Amazon had sued Google for using its trademarked word search.
And the company is now paying a $1,000 penalty for using the word “Book” in its search.
Google has also agreed to pay Amazon $100 million for using Amazon’s trademarked search terms.
The settlement has been widely criticized as an unfair blow to Amazon.
Critics of the settlement argue that it gives Google a competitive advantage, but some also argue that the money will go to Amazon instead of Google.
The tech companies are likely to argue that they were not getting paid for their work, and this settlement isn’t really about Google.
Instead, they say, the settlement is about Amazon.
But this is a different case than the one Amazon filed against Google and Apple.
Apple sued Google in 2012 for allegedly copying the iPad.
The iPhone was a $2.7 billion hit for Apple. But