Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney reveals that Fortnite is going to remain blacklisted on the Apple system for the foreseeable future.
A report by Protocol details that Google might have had plans of buying or having more influence over Epic's businesses with the help of Tencent.
Sony has just revealed a brand-new offer of 6 months of Apple TV+ being given out for free for owners of PS5, which is available to redeem now.
At least as of last August.
Honestly, it seems like a reasonable demand.
Spoiler alert: the reviewers liked it.
The tech giant looks at a new format for next year.
The ongoing legal battle between the corporations continues.
Developers earning less than $1 million in annual revenue will have to pay lower revenue cuts.
Here's everything you should know about Apple's next big lineup of phones.
Game Pass' cloud service has largely been blocked on iPhones.
"Fortnite’s popularity is on the wane," says Apple, and the lawsuit is a way to reinvigorate that.
More updates from the clash of the two companies.
We chart the course of the conflict between the two tech giants.
The first major ruling in the case sees Fortnite still off iOS.
Microsoft stands against Apple. This has never happened before.
Epic's current situation on the App Store is "entirely of Epic’s own making," says Apple.
Any future apps using the Unreal Engine will not be allowed on the App Store, per Apple.
Epic brings action against Apple and Google's store guidelines, which it describes as monopolistic.
The multimedia giant looks to combine two similar concepts.