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Why Apple Denied the Google Latitude App

January 2nd, 2010 01:18 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

awyeah writes “A recently revealed Apple patent looks remarkably similar to the functionality of Google Latitude, which Apple relegated to WebApp status earlier this year. Obviously if Apple is working on their own version of Google Latitude (or owns the IP rights to this functionality), they’d be hesitant to put an app with the same functionality on their devices from another company.”

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