Sep 192009
 

Apple’s recent rejection of a Google Voice application for the iPhone seems to have pissed off a few key people at the FCC, who proceeded to launch an investigation. So far, Apple and AT&T have responded….which left us waiting for Google’s statement.

Google has now released its filing to the public, citing “transparency” reasons. The document contained the interesting passage below:
google voice iphone Google Voice fights: Google speaks up


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