Google has been a big target of critics since it began selling its own data, and has recently started to sell data as a service.
But this morning, it’s also revealed the exact algorithm it uses to calculate the share price of shares it sells.
The company explains that it calculates the share prices of Google products by combining several factors including how many of the same company’s shares are on the market, as well as the volume of shares sold.
It uses this information to figure out how much revenue the company makes from each share.
Google explains that its algorithms are also used to calculate share price for other companies.
Google has been one of the most vocal critics of Apple’s acquisition of Beats Electronics in late 2017.
Google has said it would like to see the Beats acquisition completed, but the company has also previously said it will not support the acquisition if it requires it to.
“Our primary goal is to create an innovative platform that connects the world and provides consumers with an affordable, easy-to-use digital platform to share, search, and access their content and information,” said Google.
But the news comes as Apple continues to struggle with its own record-breaking smartphone sales.
Sales of the iPhone X surged to a record 11.8 million units in the week ending March 28, a massive increase from the 4.4 million units sold during the same period last year.
The iPhone X sold out in only 12 minutes.
The new iPhone X is the first smartphone to hit the market with a larger screen size than the iPhone 7 Plus, with a resolution of 5.7 inches.
Apple is currently selling the new iPhone 7 for $699, or £549 in the UK, and $649 in the US.
According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple is now selling about one million iPhones a day.
That’s an increase of roughly $3 billion in sales per day.
Despite the strong performance of the new iPhones, analysts believe the company’s iPhone sales may not be as strong as the sales of the larger iPhone 7, which will be launched next month.