In Korea, Apple and Google’s mobile tenth are tested

The new law will require free access to app payment providers. The Silicon Valley Titans say privacy and security are under threat. Seoul General Behavior Ahead of South Korea’s GDP announcement South Korea SeongJoon Cho / Bloombergn South Korean photographer hopes to be the first country to pass a law banning Apple and Google’s ability to charge mobile payments, setting the stage. a huge surprise for their toy store services from India to the United States.

Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google, an effective duopoly controlling most of the world’s smartphones, challenged a raft of legislative action in the US rebuking their “control door” and urging a curfew on their ability to dictate rules on the app market. Both charge an average of 30% on purchases made through their stores and exclude other payment processors, arguing this protects users from fraud and privacy breaches.

Google Maps and Waze are the two most popular browsing tools on Android Auto, but as we have seen recently, both can occasionally clash with many issues that, more or less, ruin the whole driving experience. Recently, for example, Google Maps has begun to behave when talking on the phone when Android Auto is running on a single headphone, with some customers reporting that they no longer receive voice guidance.

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