Apple is facing rage and insurrection from developers over the commission it charges apps on the App Store

Apple is facing rage and insurrection from developers over the commission it charges apps on the App Store

Apple is in a standoff with buzzy new subscription email service Hey on Tuesday over integrating in-app purchases into its iOS app and taking up to 30% commission on payments. The confrontation with Hey, which was created by Basecamp, erupted the same day the EU announced it would launch an antitrust investigation into this same

OKCupid adds Black Lives Matter badge and profile questions about racial inequality

OKCupid adds Black Lives Matter badge and profile questions about racial inequality

صورة: okcupid By Anna Iovine2020-06-11 14:52:09 UTC On Thursday, OKCupid announced that it’s rolling out a #BlackLivesMatter badge in a dozen countries. Users can obtain the badge by answering yes to the question, “Do you want to support the #BlackLivesMatter movement by adding a badge to your profile?” Since badges won’t actually do anything to

New York City to Sex-Havers:

New York City to Sex-Havers:

Photo: GettyThe moment we’re living in is so strange that even the phrase “unprecedented times” is seeing unprecedented usage. Fear is a natural response to such uncertainty, but it’s worth remembering that this time also makes great change possible. على سبيل المثال: The New York City Department of Health seems to have quietly endorsed the use

Race Protests Are Forcing Dating Apps To Reconsider The Value Of Their ‘Ethnicity Filters’

Race Protests Are Forcing Dating Apps To Reconsider The Value Of Their ‘Ethnicity Filters’

(Photo Illustration by Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) LightRocket via Getty Images It was one of the most widely mocked—and, often, plainly condemned—features on Grindr, the gay dating app: an ability to filter matches by their race. With widespread protests across America and the country engaging in a painful discussion about race, Grindr now

Original Content podcast: ‘Too Hot to Handle’ might be a work of evil genius

Original Content podcast: ‘Too Hot to Handle’ might be a work of evil genius

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Quibi, JetBlue and Others Gave Away Email Addresses, Report Says

Quibi, JetBlue and Others Gave Away Email Addresses, Report Says

Quibi, JetBlue and Others Gave Away Email Addresses, Report Says (variety.com) Posted by BeauHD on Thursday April 30, 2020 @08:20PM from the surprise-surprise dept. An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: Millions of people gave their email addresses to Quibi, JetBlue, Wish and other companies (تحذير: source may be paywalled; alternative