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Epic Games battles to get Fortnite back in App Store... [Read More]
A host of companies, including Facebook, Spotify and Epic Games, are challenging the way Apple runs its App Store. [Read More]
Researchers say that a tip from a child led them to discover aggressive adware in iOS and Android smartphone apps with a combined 2.4 million... [Read More]
Epic Games vs Apple will next call on September 28 to decide whether Fortnite should be returned to the App Store. But what are the... [Read More]
Apple is waiving the customary 30 percent fee it charges businesses that sell tickets to online events in the company's App Store for the rest... [Read More]
There is seemingly no end to the ways that tech companies—and there are many of them—will yell at Apple these days. Some of the ire comes... [Read More]
Apple suspended a 30% commission fee for businesses offering paid events and experiences through apps after the tech giant faced complaints over its app store... [Read More]
A judge will hold a hearing on Sunday on whether to allow a Commerce Department ban on new TikTok downloads from Apple Inc and Alphabet... [Read More]
Spotify, along with the developers behind Tinder and Fortnite, have announced a new nonprofit called the Coalition for App Fairness that seeks regulatory changes to... [Read More]
The U.S. Justice Department said Friday it will oppose a request from TikTok to delay an ban on U.S. app stores Apple Inc and Alphabet... [Read More]
The Justice Department asked a federal judge Friday not to stand in the way of its bid to stop Americans from downloads of the mobile... [Read More]
We've got an in-depth review of the Apple Watch Series 6, Apple gives Facebook a temporary break on App Store fees and Alexis Ohanian is... [Read More]
Play now on Steam, Itch, Google Play and Apple App Store! [Read More]
While we wait for Google's official response to this, it can be assumed that Google and Apple are bonding over their desire for the 30%... [Read More]
Facebook said Friday that businesses running paid online events on its iOS app would not need to pay a 30 percent fee to Apple for... [Read More]
Apple is letting Facebook temporarily process payments for its online events feature, meaning event hosts won't be subject to Apple's fee. [Read More]
The agreement temporarily lets the social-media giant use its own payment system to process transactions for live events hosted on its mobile app, following criticism... [Read More]
Facebook Inc said on Friday that businesses running paid online events on its iOS app would not need to pay a 30% fee to Apple... [Read More]
In an unusual move, Apple has agreed to not collect the App Store's 30% "tax" on purchases made through Facebook's app for live paid events... [Read More]
Last month, Facebook introduced support for paid online events — and since many of the businesses offering those events have struggled during the coronavirus pandemic,... [Read More]
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