FCC launch investigate iPhone, Google Voice and related apps rejected

Probably the big news at the moment is the FCC’s investigation into Apple’s rejection of the Google Voice application and related applications from the iPhone.

According to an article on the Washington Post, it may seem somewhat odd that the FCC has launched this investigation due to a rejected iPhone app, as iPhone apps are rejected as par for the course.

However, the rejection of the Google Voice app has for some reason caused quite an uproar and there is nothing quite like a high profile issue, and it’s not just about the rejection of a single app but more about the FCC making a statement that the phone carrier controlled wireless networks need to be as open as the internet; for the full article hit up the link.

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