Four years ago, Google placed a “headline news rotation” section at the top of its search results page to attract publishers to adopt the company’s push for “mobile first” page format (AMP). In the spring of 2021, however, Google announced that it would cut the special treatment. “We will give priority to pages with rich experiences, whether they are based on amp or any other network technology,” the company wrote in a blog post. < / P > < p > in fact, as early as 2018, Google has stated that it will end this recommendation policy. Foreign media pointed out that the specific timetable released last week is less than a month away from what the US Justice Department calls “Internet monopoly gatekeeper”. < / P > < p > in addition, the European Union has been in the forefront of pressure on the anti-monopoly issue, with fines up to US $9 billion so far. < / P > < p > even so, Google has not yet made up its mind to completely kill amp Technology, and spokesperson Meghan Farnsworth did not disclose when the change took place. < / P > < p > the reason is that the amp priority option is provided in the slide browsing of Google Image Search and the source recommendation of Google News Reading app. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities