Microsoft has announced that from July 28, developers can opt to use third-party payment mechanisms in their apps without paying the company any fee. This is in stark contrast to Google and Apple.
WhatsApp Business is getting a host of new features over the next few months including improved privacy, expansion to solution partners, and a fee charged to businesses for using WhatsApp's services.
The Cupertino-based giant recently - and silently - updated its policies so that buyers of a new Mac will no longer have to pay a $99 fee for the company's help in transferring files.
After announcing that it would be changing its fee structure last week, the firm has now backtracked, apologizing to its creators for rolling out a change without consulting the community.
Patreon has announced that it will be updating its fee structure by the end of this month, introducing a new service fee on the pledges made by patrons, ridding creators of a transaction fee.
Valve has announced that its Steam Direct service will require developers to pay a $100 recoupable fee. The news will be good for indie developers who don't have a lot of cash to spend.
Microsoft has silently cut the fee for those of you who have developer accounts with the company, which is a good move considering that they need as many developers as possible for their ecosystem.
After introducing a new option for customers to pay £0.50 to jump the queue on the phone to its call centres, EE is facing backlash from its customers, who are already displeased with its service.
It did not take long for Verizon to realize that charging a $2 fee for the convenience of paying online was a stupid idea. They have announced that they will no longer implement that fee.
Starting January 15th, 20`1` Verizon users who pay their bill online or by phone will be charged an extra $2 "convenience" fee. Will people jump ship to a competitor?
If you run a website that uses Google Maps for location, Google will soon be ending its free gravy train and will start making you pay for the use of its service., under certain conditions.