The Department of Justice wants the opportunity to weigh in on the Apple v Epic appeal, with the goal of informing antitrust policy.
Apple is receiving some major backing in its fight with Epic, with former national security officials and Roblox defending the company’s App Store policies.
Microsoft is throwing down the gauntlet in the app store market, releasing a set of “Open App Store Principles” that take aim at Apple and Google.
Nvidia is doing what Epic can’t, bringing Fortnite back to iOS and Android via its GeForce NOW gaming platform.
Apple won an appeal to delay an order that would allow developers to avoid its App Store commission while the company continues the appeal process.
The judge in Apple’s case versus Epic has denied the company a stay on implementing court-ordered App Store changes until appeals are exhausted.
Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers has ruled in the landmark case between Apple and Epic, and largely ruled in Apple’s favor.
Apple has settled a class action lawsuit with developers and, in the process, agreed to major changes to how the App Store operates.
A new bipartisan bill introduced in the Senate would drastically alter how Apple and Google operate their app stores.
Apple may receive the most heat for its opposition to sideloading apps, but even Google thinks the experience is “abysmal.”
A coalition of 37 states, plus the District of Columbia, have sued Google over alleged antitrust violations with its Play Store.
Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives has weighed in on the Apple vs Epic court case, and he believes Apple will come out on top.
Just weeks after North Dakota failed, the Arizona House has passed legislation to force Apple and Google to allow third-party payments options.
The UK antitrust tribunal has blocked Epic from pursuing its case against Apple — over how the App Store and in-app payments work — in the UK.
Amid ongoing pressure regarding its App Store policies, Apple has unveiled its App Store Small Business Program, with 15% commissions for small devs.
Apple and Epic may be fighting it out in court, but it appears a path has been cleared for Fortnite to return to iOS devices.
Google is looking to stop companies from circumventing its normal 30% Google Play Store fees.