So, why does Google feel so doubtful of Apple's willingness to approve its app? According to the Guardian, some sources point to a "Find maps for your iPhone" section of Apple's App Store that lists several free and paid alternatives to Apple's widely panned Maps application. None of the listed applications use Google's Maps application programming interface to deliver points-of-interest or routing data, leading one source to suspect that Apple doesn't want to risk promoting Google's services. That said, there are some sources who told the Guardian that there is still a glimmer of hope that Apple might approve the app. The issue is, they don't believe the approval will happen quickly.
CNET has contacted both Apple and Google for comment on the report, We will update this story when we have more information, People at Google who are working on the dedicated application say they are "not optimistic" that Apple will approve the software for iOS, according to the Guardian, Google Maps might not gain admission to Apple's App Store, a new report claims, Although Google is hard at work developing a Maps app that will be available in Apple's App Store, the Guardian is reporting today, citing sources, that it might never find its way to that marketplace, After speaking to Google employees, the Guardian found that ted baker loliva iphone 8 soft feel shell case - impressionist bloom the search giant is "not optimistic" that Apple will approve Google Maps..
According to a rough translation from Google, Linxian Lang, Acer's manager of Greater China operations, compared making hardware to food. He described the process to "hard rice" that's "not so easy to eat."Of course, the translation is riddled with errors, but the general sentiment is clear: Acer thinks Microsoft should stick to what it does best (software) and let Acer and the other hardware makers build the actual products that run Windows. Microsoft earlier this year introduced a self-branded tablet, dubbed Surface, that runs on its Windows RT operating system. The company is reportedly also considering making its own smartphones. Such products are a threat to companies like Acer, which are struggling to appeal to consumers in a world that's increasingly moving toward smartphones and tablets.
Acer, in particular, has suffered as it lost its big bet on Netbooks and as consumers continue to hold off on PC purchases, The ted baker loliva iphone 8 soft feel shell case - impressionist bloom company has posted steep declines in recent quarters, with its global shipments falling 10 percent year over year in the third quarter, according to Gartner, and its shipments in the U.S, tumbling a whopping 28 percent over the same period, Late last month, Acer said it was delaying the release of a Windows RT tablet because it remains wary of competing with Microsoft's Surface..
(Via Engadget). The Taiwanese PC maker compares computer manufacturing to food as it again criticizes Microsoft for making the Surface tablet, according to a report. Acer is pretty peeved with Microsoft's hardware push and continues to let the software giant know it. The latest comments from the Taiwanese computer maker again criticize Microsoft's recent push to compete with its hardware partners. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.