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Apple takes its fight with Epic Games over the App Store to court

The biggest antitrust trial involving a technology giant in more than two decades began Monday.
  • May 3, 2021

Apple and Epic Games meet in court on Monday. Here’s everything you need to know.

Apple could be forced to give app developers and consumers more choice beyond using the App Store.
  • May 2, 2021

Apple is going to court with ‘Fortnite,’ and it could forever change how apps work

Epic, the maker of the popular video game Fortnite, is set to take Apple to trial Monday. Apple’s App Store hangs in the balance..
  • Apr 30, 2021

Yes, you’re being tracked. The Post’s technology team answers your data privacy questions.

The Post’s Geoffrey Fowler, Heather Kelly and Reed Albergotti will answer all your questions regarding tracking and privacy settings on Wednesday, April 28, at 3 p.m. Eastern time.
  • Apr 28, 2021

How big tech got so big: Hundreds of acquisitions

For decades Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google gobbled up their competition to become behemoths of the tech industry, which has drawn attention from Congressional leaders and other critics who claim they’ve stifled innovation in the industry.
  • Apr 21, 2021

With AirTags, Apple launches a new product — and invites antitrust scrutiny

Apple's long anticipated AirTags, a small gadget that that will help iPhone users find their lost items, launched Tuesday. But Apple's entrance into the new product category has also drawn antitrust scrutiny from U.S. and European regulators. Tile, which makes a similar device, says Apple has given itself an advantage and made it more difficult for competitors to offer the same service.
  • Apr 20, 2021

The FBI wanted to unlock the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone. It turned to a little-known Australian firm.

Azimuth unlocked the iPhone at the center of an epic legal battle between the FBI and Apple. Now, Apple is suing the company co-founded by one of the hackers behind the unlock.
  • Apr 14, 2021

He believed Apple’s App Store was safe. Then a fake app stole his life savings in bitcoin.

Apple says it needs tight control over the App Store to ensure it is safe and highly curated. Recent scams show there are holes in Apple’s safety net.
  • Mar 30, 2021

Maker of keyboard apps for the blind sues Apple, claiming anticompetitive behavior

The developer behind FlickType, an Apple Watch keyboard, alleges the company used its power over the App Store to stymie its progress.
  • Mar 18, 2021

She brought diverse skin tones emoji to the iPhone. Now she’s suing Apple.

Apple’s new $100 million Racial Equity and Justice Initiative aims to help the Black community. But it was too late for Katrina Parrott, a Black woman who helped Apple invent diverse skin tone emojis, before the iPhone maker came out with its own designs.
  • Mar 10, 2021