Aug 14, 2020
A “battle royale” between titans: Fortnite takes Apple, Google to court
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The maker of Fortnite is arguing that Apple and Google shouldn’t be able to force app makers to fork over a cut of revenues from in-app purchases. Plus, NYC rental market upheaval. And, the state of play for the NBA.
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Epic Games is arguing the tech giants shouldn’t be able to force app makers to fork over a cut of revenues from in-app purchases.
A July report shows landlords are having a harder time finding tenants in the pandemic.
The NBA said the cost to operate the bubble is more than $150 million. There also aren’t any fans there to buy tickets or spend money.
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