India's competition investigators have accused Google of abusing its market dominance in online searches in the country, deepening the US Internet giant's woes with governments around the world.
Google is already one of the largest companies in the world, and on Friday it made one of the largest stock market moves ever.
Google will on Tuesday launch a 150 million euro programme to support innovative online journalism in partnership with eight European publications.
Google announced Monday it is setting up an online marketplace for those who want to sell patents to the Internet giant.
The EU antitrust complaint filed Wednesday against Google represents a sharp divergence with Washington, which dropped a similar investigation two years ago, citing a lack of evidence against the Internet giant.
German officials on Wednesday ordered Google to limit the collection of personal data, in the US Internet giant's latest run-in with authorities in the European Union.
The Mississippi attorney general's attempt to investigate Google is on hold for at least four more months.
Google will soon be offering cellular network plans in a bid to bridge the gap between the realms of Internet services and mobile device software it dominates.
A Dutch privacy watchdog on Monday ordered Google to make changes to the way it handles users' personal data or face fines of up to 15 million euros ($18.7 million).
Google says the number of requests from people seeking to have some search results removed in Europe has jumped to 70,000 by the end of June.