Microsoft calls Apple’s updated xCloud terms “a disappointment for clients”

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Whereas prior to game streaming services weren’t enabled on the App Store at all, a brand name-new upgrade to Apple’s terms of service adjustments that however consists of a couple of potentially deal-breaking warns.

For one, Apple specifies every game available in a streaming service needs to have its own devoted page on the App Shop. Not pointing out the 30%cost Apple gathers for each purchase – the driver for Apple’s continuous fight with Legendary Games – a Microsoft representative opposed Apple’s terms in a statement to The Edge.

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A ‘world first in sugar options’ introduced in UK

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GMC restores gas-guzzling Hummer as electric ‘supertruck’

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