Google is extraordinarily convinced to upgrade its browser Chrome, but it seems that the search giant may have surpassed the 'measure' - and now it has to pay a fat sum to the authorities.

A court in Texas has ordered electronic Titan to pay $ 20 million compensation for violation of four patents anti-virus in Chrome.

The decision was made on Friday after a jury of judgment in the city of Marshall.
The decision comes as a result of a lawsuit filed by Cioffi and engineering Alfonso already sick, Lucent, Allen Rozman in 2013. While in 2014, a judge of the US District Court dismissed the chance because the plaintiffs accepted that claim violation is hardly to be under the judge's interpretation.
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