The fact that even a company valued at US$2 trillion (A$2.7 trillion) has to sometimes heed public sentiment has been aptly illustrated by Apple announcing overnight that it would be lowering its take on apps sold from its App Store to 15% for small businesses that pull in less than a million.
An appeals court in the US has dismissed a request from the Department of Justice that it be allowed to institute an immediate ban on Apple and Google offering the WeChat app for download in their respective mobile app stores.
Anti-corporate activist group SumofUs has launched a campaign against tech corporation Apple’s compliance with the Chinese government’s censorship demands in order to remain operating in the world’s most populous country.
The season of giving has come early for e-commerce giant Amazon, which today launched its Australian Appstore that includes a free paid premium app for users every day.
Following on from the success of last year’s mobile game Rayman Jungle Run, Ubisoft has released a follow up title, Rayman Fiesta Run, which looks every bit as good as the original.
Amazon has launched an in-app purchasing service for developers and publishers using the Android platform.
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