Apple, Google and Amazon Reach ‘Freemium’ Agreement with EU and Italy
Apple, Google and Amazon have come to an agreement that allows the U.S. companies to avoid fines for allegedly misleading people in the European Union to make purchases in mobile phone apps that are initially free to download.
January 31, 2015
Google Now adds support for more third-party apps
Google has updated its Google Now Integrations list with a ton of new apps, from popular brands like Airbnb, Shazam, Kayak, eBay, Waze, Intuit, Duolingo, The Guardian and more.
January 29, 2015
Google rolls out Gmail support for Google Wallet in the UK
Google has rolled out Gmail support for Google Wallet in the UK. From today, account holders in the U.K. can start sending money "quickly and securely" to one another via Gmail without any charges, even if the receiver doesn't have a Gmail address.
January 22, 2015
BlackBerry CEO thinks Net Neutrality should mean Mandatory Development of BlackBerry Apps
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has taken to the Inside BlackBerry Blog to share his thoughts on Net Neutrality and is asking Congress to widen what net neutrality means to include applications, what Chen calls 'App Neutrality'!