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  1. Apple reportedly asked devs to adopt subscriptions and hike app prices

    pple invited a group of app developers to a secret April 2017 meeting in New York’s Tribeca district…

  2. Tim Bajarin: Apple’s most strategic investment so far this year

    There has been a lot of speculation lately that Apple is getting ready to create some media bundle…

  3. Apple’s Safari browser leads the privacy battle

    Apple’s decision to put an army into the war against ads tracking and surreptitious finger-printing techniques…

  4. Apple can’t protect you from data trackers forever. No one can

    Apple hit a high point for privacy last week…

  5. Open thread: About ads on MacDailyNews

    First off, as per the pop-over ads some visitors have encountered of late: We’ve been fighting this most recent battle for weeks now…

  6. This app could save you hundreds of dollars

    The average user saves $512 a year…

  7. Opera tests first desktop Web browser to include built-in ad blocking

    Opera claims that turning on the ad-blocking feature can cut page load times by a whopping 90 percent…

  8. Wired blocks access to adblocking users

    There has never been any such thing as free Internet, as users either pay with cash or with personal data/advertising. The problem is that virtually all users who are paying with personal data do not realize that they are actually paying for the services that they consume…

  9. Beats 1: Apple’s strangest WWDC announcement, and why it sort of makes sense

    Apple is launching a radio station…

  10. Google’s $9.99 per month subscription music service to launch Wednesday in U.S.

    Google Inc on Wednesday launched a music service that allows users to listen…

  11. What if you didn’t own software licenses?

    As you know, when you buy an app, you don’t actually own it…

  12. Last major holdout Time Inc. capitulates, begins selling iPad magazine subscriptions via Apple’s Newsstand

    Time Inc’s stable of 20 magazines, including Sports Illustrated and People

  13. Hearst Magazines prez: Apple’s iPad ‘a pretty efficient distribution for us to be honest’

    Hearst Magazines expects to reach one million digital subscriptions by the end of next year…

  14. Via Reuters, Financial Times claims Web-based app more popular than App Store app, offers no hard proof

    FT.com Managing Director Rob Grimshaw told Reuters that the new Web-based app…

  15. Apple’s subscription policy changes likely to lead to influx of content for iOS devices

    Previously, Apple’s guidelines on In-App Subscriptions…

  16. The surprising reason why publishers are now hopping aboard the Apple iPad express

    As things stand, if you buy a subscription to a magazine in the iTunes Store…

  17. Telegraph Media Group, Hearst Magazines follow Apple’s opt-in approach with their iOS apps

    When Apple announced its new subscription billing system for iPhone and iPad apps…

  18. Hearst, Apple ink iPad subscriptions deal

    In a big win for Apple Inc., Hearst Corp. said it agreed to sell subscriptions…

  19. Time Inc. reaches iPad deal with Apple; all iPad editions free for print subscribers

    Time Inc., the country’s largest magazine publisher, has reached a deal with Apple Inc…

  20. Weaker-than-expected sales prompt Conde Nast to slow iPad magazine launches

    Conde Nast is tapping the brakes on its drive to deliver iPad…

  21. Steve Jobs email suggests In-App subscriptions don’t apply to ‘software as a service’

    Apple’s announcement last week introducing App Store Subscriptions has generated…

  22. The Independent foments ‘discontent’ over Apple, but presents precious little evidence

    Apple is the most respected company in the world, but…

  23. Apple’s 30% cut is criminal, yet when Amazon took twice that no one cared

    When rumors of Apple’s typical 30/70 split…

  24. U.S. DOJ, FTC antitrust enforcers consider investigating Apple over App Store subscription rules

    U.S. antitrust enforcers have begun looking at the terms Apple Inc. set…

  25. How Apple will crush its competition with iTunes Online

    The question now is deciding in what order these four music subscription services go under…

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