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PODCAST | 99 Luftballons…BAM! Never Mind

Listen now (27 min) | Before we get into today's segment on The Captain's America: Third Watch with Matt Bruce, I’d like to comment on the fact that we did – finally, after the balloon transverse the entirety of the United States – we fina

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Apple’s next iOS 14 beta will begin forcing developers to ask for permission to track you - The Verge

Apple’s planned privacy feature requiring developers ask iOS device owners for permission to track them for ad targeting is at last going live in the next iOS 14 beta, with a planned full release some time this spring for non-beta users. Called App Tracki

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Apple extends deadline for developers to update their apps with WKWebView API - 9to5Mac

Apple today shared some news with app developers, this time focused on those who still have an app using the old UIWebView API. The company extended the adoption deadline of the new WKWebView API, and it also announced some improvements to the subscriptio

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iOS 14: What developers need to know | VentureBeat

Not sure what to expect when iOS 14 releases, or what you and your team should be doing to prepare? This guide will help game studios prepare.

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Apple’s new App Store rules carve out loopholes for xCloud, Stadia, and more - The Verge

Apple has updated its App Store Review Guidelines, adding new clarifications as to whether streaming game services like xCloud and Stadia are allowed, along with new rules for in-app purchases for email services like Hey and digital fitness classes.

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Apple to let app developers offer free or discounted subscriptions via offer codes - The Verge

Apple will soon let developers offer discounts for their apps or services via unique offer codes. Developers will be able to distribute these one-time use codes to offer free or discounted pricing for their in-app subscriptions

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Apple's revised policy for kids' apps allows devs to collect anonymized data and display ads

Apple has revised its App Store Review Guidelines with regards to kids apps and its upcoming single sign-on feature Sign in with Apple.

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This guy recreated that $47,000 TSA app in 10 minutes

What did this app do? Basically, it randomly selected which lane (left or right) passengers should go into in a security line.