Tuesday, August 04, 2009

FCC look into Apple rejection of Google app

Apparently the FCC has decided to ask Apple why they rejected Google's voice app for the iPhone.
"Signaling heightened scrutiny of the wireless industry, the Federal Communications Commission said Friday it was investigating why Apple rejected the Google Voice application for the iPhone.

The FCC sent letters to AT&T, Apple and Google asking for information about the decision and, more broadly, about how Apple runs its applications store."

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