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Apple’s Eddy Cue will take the stand Tuesday in the Google antitrust case

Eddy Cue, left, with Apple CEO Tim Cook. | Photo by Kevin Dietsch / Getty Images

Apple senior vice president of services Eddy Cue is set to testify at the US v. Google antitrust trial on Tuesday, as the trial enters its third week. Cue’s presence, which Apple fought to avoid, underscores Apple’s importance to the Justice Department’s case against Google — which alleges that the company’s juggernaut search engine violates antitrust law. News of Cue’s scheduling was posted by Bloomberg’s Leah Nylen and Big Tech on Trial on X, formerly Twitter.

Cue will be the second Apple executive to testify, following Apple AI head (and former Google executive) John Giannandrea on Thursday and Friday. Much of Giannandrea’s testimony, however, took place under wraps in a closed courtroom. It’s unknown how much of Cue’s testimony will…

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