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Apple says Google voice was not rejected

Google says Phil Schiller said it was

| Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Sep 21, 2009 4:42 pm

And the plot thickens around Google and Apple over Google Voice. You see there is this tiny little investigation going on as to why Apple would reject Google Voice and any applications that use it. The simple answer? Why, Apple is saying they never did reject it. Honest they were only checking it out but had never rejected it or any other app (like GV Mobile).

 

The wrench in that monkey is that Google is saying they were personally told it was rejected by Phil Schiller. This could be a problem if it is true as it would mean that Apple is *gasp* not telling the truth about the rejection of Google Voice and associated applications.

 

This should be a very interesting investigation and will raise questions (again) about the way Apple handles apps for the iPhone, the exclusive contract they have with AT&T and a few other things about the iPhone.

 

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NEWS SOURCES:Engadget.com

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