Ep. 664: A Lawsuit of Epic proportions

The Apple v Epic Games lawsuit recently culminated in a 185-page judgment that has implications for the future of in-app purchases on the App Store. While the 30% cut that Apple places on developers is going to stay, Apple is now not allowed to prohibit developers from including links, buttons, and calls to action in apps and metadata. Prateek Waghre talks to Sapni GK and Rohan Seth to examine the fine print.

Ep. 597: Apple, Network Effects and China

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference was held earlier this month and had some interesting implications for both privacy and how the company is going to operate globally. Manoj Kewalramani talks to Rohan Seth to consider what this might mean for crucial markets like India and China.

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Bringing Podcast Tech to the 2020s

Why is podcasting technology stuck in the early 2000s, and how can the medium be modernised? Kartik Parija of Adori Labs joins host Pavan Srinath to both tell us and show us how. [iframe src=’https://webplayer.adorilabs.com/e/I95HiKKokaYAOn3M’ width=’100%’ height=’304′ frameborder=’0′ scrolling=’no’ allow=’autoplay’] Episode 143 of The Pragati Podcast is a special, experimental episode that goes beyond regular …

The Platform Economy

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