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What to Cook This Weekend
Get out your cast-iron for Yotam Ottolenghi's recipe for double lemon chicken.
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Google whittles away at its fees for developers on its Play Store - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Google said it planned to lower the cut it takes on subscription-based apps in its Play Store for devices running its Android software, in the latest concession to regulatory pressure challenging whether the company has overcharged developers.
Google plans to lower the cut it takes in its app store to 15 percent.
Google said it planned to lower the cut it takes on subscription-based apps in its Play Store for devices running its Android software, in the latest concession to regulatory pressure challenging whether the company has overcharged developers.
Google cuts Play Store fees for subscriptions and music streaming apps | Engadget
is cutting service fees for more developers. The company currently charges a 30 percent commission for the first 12 months of a recurring subscription, which drops to 15 percent after the first year.
Google lowers Play Store fees for subscriptions and music streaming apps
As regulatory pressure on the Play Store for Android increases, Google is once again making changes to its business structure.
Tesla posts a wildly profitable Q3 despite difficult car market | Engadget
Despite a global pandemic and ongoing chip shortage, Tesla continues to make money hand over fist.
The New York Times hopes to hook listeners on audio. Will a new standalone app do the trick?
When The New York Times went on an audio-centric shopping spree in 2020 - purchasing the longform-focused app Audm and the podcasting company Serial Productions - people guessed a paid audio product might be in the works.