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It's not exactly clear how the in-app browser will help cut the spread of fake news as much as the other feature on WhatsApp.
The music streaming company wants Apple to lay off interfering in its customer service, marketing and the payment systems it chooses to use.
Android device owners will have the first privilege of testing out the latest game from Niantic, this one on the Harry Potter franchise.
The mobile game developer houses that have partnered with Nintendo aren't too pleased about the policy which stems from a frankly sensical place.
The company behind Android is making it easier to implement incentives for users to watch video ads in their apps. And there's more to come.
The phone maker is partnering with EE UK to encourage developers to make the killer 5G app of their dreams. The winners have much to gain from their pitch.
Just because Apple makes the iPhone you use doesn't mean you should be left with push notifications bothering you to subscribe to Apple Music.
We discuss the overhyping of patents, AT&T's overhyping of its 5G network and content providers not buying Apple's single-stream hype on the show!
The Google keyboard app has been updated for the iPhone 7 and later devices to utilize the Taptic Engine for haptic feedback while typing.
Businesses secretly record what you do in their apps to improve them. More worryingly, that software isn't perfect at hiding sensitive data.
Google is using machine learning to block more spam on Gmail. WhatsApp is trying to cut users who spread fake news as an election looms in India.
CloudMagic is back in the swing of the email client race and it has brought several new features after a long dormancy and an acquisition.
Google was caught distributing an iOS app to the public along with installation clearances intended for employees only, a breach of Apple's rules.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the company has its eye on simplifying the direct messaging systems, but it would be a long game.
iPhone-using employees at Facebook are left without important productivity apps while product testing on iOS has ground to a halt.
"Project Atlas" has been caught out and Facebook is being punished by Apple for violation of its app distribution rules — not seemingly a privacy battle.
A "Netflix for gaming" could help Apple make more money, but there are no clues as to what it could look like for publishers or consumers.
In fact, this will impact G Suite customers, more likely on the enterprise side of things. We know that Google Voice integration will be saved.
It's not just Apple's 30 percent cut from app publishers' revenues that has one analyst worried: it's the App Store's sole existence on iOS.
An app publisher has come out with a ranking of the worst Android phone makers that go overboard killing background processes.
Many app publishers lament having to surrender nearly a third of their mobile revenues to Apple and Google. Netflix is no longer one of them.
It replaced Hangouts as a default Android app on many devices be they phones or tablets, so it makes sense that it's spread fast.
Spotify is working on paying money to the people who deserve the credit in making all of the music you stream from Spotify.