For many years now, Google has been the dominant force in the smartphone market thanks to their Android operating system. It’s gone from being a second-place player to Nokia’s Symbian and BlackBerry’s Mobile OS to commanding near 90% market share according to recent studies. Mindshare is at an all-time high too, because most people consider an Android handset before Apple’s iOS thanks to the strength of Google’s ecosystem. It’s impressive. But that dominance attracts attention and scrutiny to the ways in which Google does business, and this past week the European Commission completed their findings into Google’s allegedly abusive market practices. Not only was Google found to be in violation of EU antritrust law, it was slapped with the biggest fine the commission has ever dealt out in the EU’s history.