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‘Fortnite’ battles Big Tech: Why Epic Games is suing Apple, Google over their App Store ‘monopolies’
Can Fortnite maker Epic Games single-handedly bust up the longstanding 30% app “tax” levied by Apple and Google – fees Epic calls “exorbitant” and the result of “unlawful monopoly”? Not everyone believes the odds are in Epic’s favour.
‘Fortnite’ maker Epic Games has launched the most significant effort yet to advance the legal theory that Apple's iPhone ecosystem has become so “sticky” that it is a distinct software market over which Apple exercises monopoly power.
‘Fortnite’ creator Epic Games found support from its legions of gamers, Tinder-owner Match Group and Spotify for suing Apple and Google after the tech giants dropped the popular video game from their app stores for violating payment guidelines.
Researchers have succeeded in transforming red bricks – a familiar building material for houses – into batteries capable of storing energy. The breakthrough enables us to imagine what the future would look like if our buildings functioned as power plants.
The state of Michigan and some private partners are taking steps toward building or assigning dedicated lanes for automated vehicles on a 40-mile (65-kilometer) stretch of highway between Detroit and Ann Arbor.
Fortnite maker Epic Games has used a famous Apple advertisement against the iPhone maker in a social media campaign accompanying a legal battle it launched on Thursday.
Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google on Thursday removed popular video game "Fortnite" from their app stores for violating the companies' in-app payment guidelines, prompting developer Epic Games to file federal antitrust lawsuits challenging the two companies' rules.
Apple Inc has gone carbon neutral. But in order to say the same for its flagship iPhone, it’s going to need help from Taiwan.
The jockeying by Microsoft Corp and possibly other US companies to buy TikTok’s US operations shines a harsh light on how American technology giants are falling behind on innovation in social media and other areas of opportunity.
A key supplier to Apple Inc and a dozen other tech giants plans to split its supply chain between the Chinese market and the United States, declaring that China’s time as factory to the world is finished because of the trade war.