Epic Vs. Apple – Story Thread
Thanks to the City PTSA I recently had the opportunity to work on a mobile app for The City Voice. That app was officially launched last week, but it might surprise some of you to know that the app itself was finished in May. Most of the intervening time was spent working around the Apple […]
The stunning details of internal emails recently released in court, the fact that EPIC seems to be pinning their dreams on an outdated law from the 1890s, and rising threats to the independence of social media.
With six weeks of school having already flown by, everyone has gotten a bit more experience with Zoom classes than we might have wished for. By now you have probably been kicked out of a class when your WiFi failed, had your microphone stop working, and experienced the frustration of trying to convince someone of […]
Did you forget about the war between Apple & Epic Games? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. But luckily for you, the City Voice is here to keep you up on every detail of this long and complicated story. If you forgot why Apple and Epic Games were arguing, here is a somewhat-brief summary: Epic Games […]
Back in July, the Epic Games corporation sued Apple and Google over their app store practices, a story we’ve covered a few times already. Now, however, after the complaint failed to fare well in early stages in US courts, Epic Games has announced that they have also formally filed an antitrust complaint against Apple in […]