Apple has some of the strictest rules. This makes it capable of properly policing its platform, better than others in the competition.
Internet access has become a necessity for all households, especially during the 'COVID-19' coronavirus pandemic, where people are forced to work and study remotely.
Facebook said that Apple rejected its update that told users that the iPhone maker would take a 30% cut on every purchase of its new online event feature.
Not everyone in a users' contact uses the same app for communicating. 'App Preview Messaging' solved this.
People can secure online accounts and others using password. But humans have limited capacity, and that's a problem.
Google is the tech giant of the web. It operates the most popular search engine, the most popular email service, Android, and many more.
Major software releases tend to be headline grabbing. For many reasons, those newer versions usually introduce new big things.
With an increasing number of people relying on the internet to buy things, it's just a matter of time before Facebook realizes the money-making potential.
Mozilla Firefox has just updated experienced one of its biggest updates in a while.
Google has updated its Chrome web browser to become even better.