Apple rejects Google iPhone app

August 1, 2009 4:14:44 PM PDT
The federal government wants to know why Apple rejected a Google application for the iPhone. The application would allow people to make calls and send text messages without paying service fees.

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The Federal Communication Commission sent letters to Apple, Google and AT&T asking whether Apple consulted with the phone company when deciding to reject Google's application.

Both Apple and Google declined to say why that request was denied.

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