Is Apple doing enough to protect parents' wallets from their own children? That seems to be the debate that has been brewing in a year-old lawsuit related to iPhone apps and the purchasing mechanisms inside them. After parents type in their password to the App Store, children have a window to keep buying stuff.
Smartphone marketplaces have been around for a good few years now, so you would expect stories of young children racking up huge amounts of app purchases on their parents’ smartphones would be a thing of the past. Traditionally, App... Read Post
Since it launched a year ago, Apple's App Store has had a series of successes (50,000 apps, a billion downloads, transforming the market), but also some failures. While plenty of people talk about the abundance of junk apps in the s... Read Post