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Apple blocks and stops Google applications from the App Store

Apple blocks and stops Google applications from the App Store

The battle between Apple and Google continues on all fronts and all purposes. The latest accusations against the company, led by Tim Cook, is that it deliberately slowed for months or even blocked Google apps for App Store on iOS, reported the online edition BusinessInsider.
The dispute actually began publication of the first newspaper Guardian, in which the publication refers to its sources in Google. They argue that the Internet giant programmers working on a version of Google Maps for iOS, but do not expect it to be approved by Apple. It is expected to be completed by the end of this year, but the mood in Google was that it was "highly unlikely" Apple to allow Google Maps to the App Store.
The official argument for Apple is that the company was in need of more time to master many application and determines that it meets the requirements.
Today Apple sued loses case against VirnetX Holding Corp.
Apple will have to pay $ 368.2 million to VirnetX as compensation for damages. The plaintiff sought damages of $ 708 million

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