Here is a quick summary of the arguments made against Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google, and the recommended solutions.
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A damning House Judiciary Committee report says that Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google are monopolies and might need to be broken up.
Get ready for some more Apple hardware: the company just announced an event for October 13, where the company is expected to launch the new iPhone 12.
Apple has suddenly stopped selling headphones and speakers from its rivals as it preps new headphones and HomePod releases.
Epic Games, Spotify, Tile, and several other companies have banded together to take on Apple and its unfair App Store policies.
Spotify has already issued an antitrust complaint about Apple One, Apple’s bundling of its own online services.
I watched and wrote about yesterday’s Apple event in real-time, and then I watched it again. And then I asked my wife to watch it too.
In addition to new Apple Watches and Apple One, Apple today also announced two new iPads, a new 10.2-inch iPad and a new iPad Air.
As expected, Apple today announced the bundling of its existing services into Apple One, which will be available in three tiers.
Apple’s latest App Store documentation reiterates and expands on the rules that keep Microsoft’s Project xCloud out of the store.
The Italian Competition Authority announced today that it has launched investigations into cloud services run by Apple, Dropbox, and Google.
The list of antitrust regulators going after Apple for its abusive App Store policies is getting so long we’re going to need a scorecard.
Following through on a promise buried in a press release during WWDC 2020, Apple today made minor adjustments to its app review process.
Apple on Friday terminated Epic’s developer account and has removed the firm’s remaining games from the iOS App Store.
Facebook says that Apple rejected an app update that informed its own customers about Apple’s App Store fees.
A U.S. District Judge has handed legal victories---and corresponding legal defeats---to both Apple and Epic in their App Store feud.
In a new legal filing, Epic Games argues that Apple is threatening its entire ecosystem with its belligerent behavior. And it has the backing of Microsoft.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has weighed in on the antitrust scrutiny facing Big Tech. His take: They all “deserve rude, unfair, and tough questions."
Apple has apologized to WordPress for threatening it unnecessarily and will no longer force it to offer in-app purchases. But it's also sowing misinformation.
Apple blocked updates to the WordPress blogging app until it added in-app payments for plan upgrades so that Apple can receive a 30 percent cut.
The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal are among the publishers demanding that Apple lower its App Store fees.
Just two years after it became the first U.S. company to reach a $1 trillion valuation by market capitalization, Apple is now worth $2 trillion.
While I prefer Android over iOS, it’s pretty clear that Apple is doing a lot more to improve its mobile platform this year than is Google with Android.
Epic revealed today that Apple is terminating its developer accounts and cutting off the firm from its iOS and Mac developer tools.
Epic has released an amazing if somewhat obvious video parody of Apple’s iconic “1984” advertisement for the original Mac.
Epic isn’t just going after Apple’s illegal business practices, it’s going after Google’s too. But Epic’s claims against Google include an additional element.
Apple fell for a brilliant trap set by Epic when the latter company implemented its own in-app payment system in Fortnite, bypassing Apple’s unfair 30 percent vig.