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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A German app developer has filed a complaint with European Union antitrust authorities against Google and Apple which he said last year rejected a game aimed at encouraging compliance with government COVID-19 rules.
Apple Inc’s first crack at a headset is designed to be a pricey, niche precursor to a more ambitious augmented reality product that will take longer to develop, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
It’s without a doubt the application of the moment on Twitter. A big hit on the social network, ToonMe can make us look like we’re characters from a Pixar movie.
Over the four years of the Trump presidency, social media platforms generally took a soft line in enforcing their policies against threats and misinformation, allowing most borderline speech, including the president’s, to stand.
Parler could return to Apple's App Store if it changes how it moderates posts on the platform, says CEO Tim Cook.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The chief executive of social media platform Parler, popular with American right-wing users but which virtually vanished after the U.S. Capitol riot, posted a brief message on the company's website. Parler's app, however, remains offline.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Shortly after rampaging Trump supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, a fan of the president posted a message on the pro-Donald Trump website TheDonald.win. Inspired by the mob's attempt to stop lawmakers from confirming President-elect Joe Biden's electoral win, user CONN_WYNN said in an all-caps message, replete with an expletive, that it was "TIME TO LEAVE THE KEYBOARD" and "FIGHT FOR MY...COUNTRY."
Epic Games Inc widened its dispute with Apple Inc over access to its popular Fortnite video game as it submitted a complaint to the UK’s antitrust tribunal.
Hours after Amazon effectively scrubbed it from the Internet, conservative social media network Parler is taking stumbling steps toward a relaunch.
Big tech’s decision to ban the Parler app and block outgoing US President Donald Trump is stoking support for alternative social networking sites and apps that bill themselves as promoting free speech and privacy.