Dow Jones Futures: AI stocks Nvidia and Super Micro surged to new highs, while Apple stock, Google and Tesla sold off sharply Monday.
A group representing Indian startups has asked the country's antitrust watchdog to order Alphabet Inc's Google to reinstate apps it removed for policy violations, a letter seen by Reuters shows, escalating a showdown with the U.S. giant in a key market. Google on Friday removed more than 100 Indian apps, including popular ones by Matrimony.com, for not complying with its policy of paying a service fee when in-app payment options other than Google's are used. The startups have now taken the issue to Competition Commission of India (CCI).
Google co-founder Sergey Brin admitted over the weekend that the tech giant "definitely messed up," acknowledging the bias in its new artificial intelligence tool Gemini.