Strange but true: Windows Phone has no official YouTube app, and now Google wants to eliminate the only real option available to users, claiming Microsoft is violating terms of its API by eliminating ads.
If you hadn't heard of AppGratis prior to this past weekend, you probably have now -- Apple pulled the company's popular app discovery service out of the App Store, and now the CEO is telling their side of the story.
Monday wound up being a rather brisk day for tech news, with the removal of AppGratis from the App Store continuing to make headlines. T-Mobile also finally provided some much-needed official support for existing iPhones and Marvel even returned with its free #1 promotion -- but you'll need to act quickly, because that deal turns into a pumpkin again at midnight tonight. Read on to find out more!
You may recall the recent story of a blogger who documented a fake Apple Store in the city of Kunming, China which quickly led to international exposure for a wide array of such outlets. Now, as quickly as they came, authorities in Kunming have closed up shop on 22 such stores in the city.
If there's one issue that's seemed to dominate the tech world headlines this year, it's been lawsuits. Continuing the trend, in a potentially large decision today, the U.S. International Trade Commission gave an initial determination in Apple's patent infringement suit against HTC, and it isn't looking good for the latter.