In April of 2014, Apple (and several other companies, including Google) settled a class-action lawsuit that had been brought against them for anti-poaching practices. The total number was $324 million. On August 8, it was reported that that settlement had been rejected by Judge Lucy Koh. And now the case will march on.
On August 28, it was reported that the judge tied to the anti-poaching case between Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe rejected a $324 million settlement. Now, a new report states that the settlement talks between the companies and employees has begun again.
Google today released Google Slides, a new iOS app for creating, editing and viewing presentations that sync to your Google account. The app is the third app in Google’s productivity suite, with the first two being Docs and Sheets, that were released a few months ago.
Google has finally released the official Google Analytics app in the App Store, so website owners and app developers can finally check real-time statistics of their websites on their iPhone.
Apple continues to maintain it stance against supporting Adobe Flash on iOS devices, choosing instead to focus on HTML5 and other modern web technologies. Nevertheless, there are still several Flash-based video players and other web elements littered across the web. When a mobile user accesses these pages, there is a blank space or large portion of the website missing.