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India-based Kootol Software is taking aim at more than 30 companies for what it says is a violation of a patent it has the rights to.
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Apple may be using new software to perform additional automated checks for the presence of private APIs in all new App Store submissions during the app review process.
MacHeist, usually known for making available a bundle of Mac applications at heavily discounted prices, is offering a smaller bundle absolutely free. (But only for the next six days).
The company that's going after iOS developers for patent licensing fees says Apple's claims otherwise last week may not protect developers.
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While a legal battle could still be ahead, developers are breathing a sigh of relief after Apple came to their defense against a group seeking licensing fees to use the in-app purchase feature.