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Apple originally announced that its Fitness+ subscription service would launch by the end of 2020, and today it revealed that it will make good on that promise.
NVIDIA is using a web-based client to bypass Apple’s terrible app store policies for its GeForce NOW game streaming service.
With multiple threats of antitrust action looming against it, Apple has finally bowed to common sense and is lowering its App Store fees for developers.
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As expected, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers has ruled that Apple can ban Fortnite from its App Store. But it can’t retaliate against the Unreal Engine.
Apple infamously decided to block Xbox Game Pass cloud streaming on iPhones and iPads. But Microsoft has a plan to work around that.
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Microsoft says that its News service has 550 million monthly users and has generated $1 billion in “sustainable” revenue for the industry.
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