Both companies offering the news in identical but apart statements to Re/code, highlighting their "changing authorised priorities" and promised to drop any regulatory complaints. As Google put it: "Our companies contest vigorously, but we wish to do so upon the merits of our products, not in authorised proceedings." In alternative words, they devise to crush each alternative by building the many useful technology, rather than spending resources upon attorneys.
The attitude change comes after both companies shifted their leadership. Whereas Steve Ballmer and Eric Schmidt were ruthlessly vying for platform dominance, their replacements Satya Nadella and Sundar Pichai have taken a kinder approach. In 2015, Nadella updated Microsoft's mission to "empower every person and every organization upon the planet to achieve more," even if that means doing it upon Android's platform. And with fewer threats to its platform, Google has even less reason to draw out old battles in court and even more reason to focus upon moving forward.
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