Facebook has launched its cloud gaming service, but while it is available via web browsers and on Android devices, the new app feature won't be usable on iPhones and iPads at launch, due to Apple's "control over a very precious resource."
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg attempted to influence members of the US government into taking a closer look at Apple's business, a report examining the social network chief's political influence claims.
The U.S. Senate has voted to subpoena Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Google's Sundar Pichai, and Twitter's Jack Dorsey to testify before Congress about the existing Communication Decency Act, and allegations of political censorship on social media.
Emboldened by users able to change default email and browser apps in iOS 14, Facebook is pressing Apple to allow its users to set third-party platforms, such as Facebook Messenger, as their default messaging app.
Apple's big September event has been revealed with the phrase "Time Flies." We go through the products rumored to be released, discuss very welcome new patent filings for future Siri improvements, give an update that Epic Games App Store policy battle, and unexpected thoughts on macOS Big Sur beta.
Facebook is joining other high profile companies accusing Apple of antitrust behavior in the EU, and is claiming that Apple uses its App Store and array of operating systems to gain an unfair advantage over its competitors.
Jason Aten, tech columnist at Inc.com, comes on this special episode of the AppleInsider Podcast to discuss Apple's App Store policies and whether or not it's becoming more like Microsoft, or Facebook.
Updated rumors on the 'Apple Watch Series 6' and 'iPhone 12' releases, iOS 13.7 update is available with built-in exposure notifications, Apple shuts down Epic Games' developer account, and we discuss if Apple's policies on the App Store are making it more like Microsoft — or Facebook.