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Apple pulls WhatsApp, Threads from China App Store following state order

Apple has removed the Meta-owned end-to-end encrypted messaging app WhatsApp from its App Store in China following a government order citing national security concerns, the news agency Reuters reported Friday.…

City Council approves zoning changes to legalize casinos in the Big Apple

City Council Speaker Adrienne Adams (left) helped pass a zoning text amendment to allow casinos in certain corners of the city. Thursday, April 18, 2024. Credit John McCarten/NYC Council Media…

Apple opens web distribution option for iOS devs targeting EU

Apple is opening up web distribution for iOS apps targeting users in the European Union starting Tuesday. Developers who opt in — and who meet Apple’s criteria, including app notarization…

Apple changes App Store rules to allow retro game emulators globally

Apple updated its App Store rules Friday to allow emulators for retro console games globally with an option for downloading titles. However, the company warned that the developers are responsible for…

Google hints that Apple is set to support RCS by this fall

Google briefly showed a section on the new Google Messages page claiming that Apple is set to roll out Rich Communication Services (RCS) support for iPhones this fall. This indicates…

Apple WWDC 2024, set for June 10-14, promises to be ‘A(bsolutely) I(ncredible)’

Apple SVP Greg “Joz” Joswiak just confirmed via the social media platform formerly known as Twitter that the company’s annual World Wide Developer Conference is set for June 10-14. In…

DOJ calls out Apple for breaking iMessage-on-Android solution, Beeper

The U.S. Department of Justice’s lawsuit against Apple filed on Thursday cites the iPhone maker’s battle against Beeper, the app that aimed to bring iMessage to Android users. Beeper gave up…

Apple vs US antitrust lawsuit: Everything we know so far on the DOJ’s iPhone case

The DOJ is accusing Apple of operating like a monopoly, and the implications of the case stretch far beyond iOS and iPhones themselves Apple’s antitrust scrutiny has reached a fever…

The DOJ’s case against Apple adds to a growing pile of antitrust problems for Cupertino

On home turf, Apple has enjoyed many years of relatively light regulatory scrutiny compared to Big Tech peers. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) opened a monopoly case against Google…

Watch: Breaking down the Apple iPhone antitrust lawsuit from the DOJ

The U.S. Department of Justice is suing Apple over allegedly monopolistic smartphone practices. The federal agency is not alone in the matter, bringing 15 states and the District of Columbia…