The tech battle between Apple and “Fortnite”-maker Epic Games has headed to court. On May 3, a judge began hearing arguments over whether Apple is running a monopoly in its App Store and whether it should be allowed to take a 30 percent cut of revenue from buys made using its in-app purchase system. The case could change the way we use our smartphones.
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