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Facebook says Apple rejected its attempt to tell users about App Store fees
August 28, 2020
Facebook says Apple rejected its attempt to tell users about App Store fees
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Facebook Inc told Reuters that Apple Inc rejected its attempt to tell users the iPhone maker would take a 30% cut of sales in a new
Big Tech CEOs to defend their companies before US Congress by listing competitors
July 29, 2020
Big Tech CEOs to defend their companies before US Congress by listing competitors
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The chief executives of four of the world’s largest tech companies, Amazon.com Inc, Facebook Inc, Apple and Alphabet’s Google, plan to argue in a congressional hearing on
Over 2,500 games removed from Apple's China App Store after loophole shuts: data firm
July 15, 2020
Over 2,500 games removed from Apple's China App Store after loophole shuts: data firm
HONG KONG (Reuters) - More than 2,500 mobile games were removed from Apple’s China app store in the first week of July, four times as many in the same period
Apple modifies app review process, letting developers 'challenge' guidelines
June 23, 2020
Apple modifies app review process, letting developers 'challenge' guidelines
(Reuters) - Apple Inc said it would let software developers “challenge” the guidelines that govern its app review process and will end its practice of blocking routine bug fixes over
Apple secures deal for Scorsese's next film starring DiCaprio, De Niro
May 28, 2020
Apple secures deal for Scorsese's next film starring DiCaprio, De Niro
(Reuters) - Apple Inc has secured a deal for Hollywood veteran Martin Scorsese’s next film, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” US media reported on Wednesday, citing sources. “Killers of the Flower
Apple-Google contact tracing tech draws interest in 23 countries, some hedge bets
May 21, 2020
Apple-Google contact tracing tech draws interest in 23 countries, some hedge bets
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - Authorities in 23 countries across five continents have sought access to contact tracing technology from Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google, the companies announced on Wednesday