Weekly Tech Recap: Google removes Indian apps from Play Store, Elon Musk files lawsuit against OpenAI and more | Laptop News

From Elon Musk filing a lawsuit against OpenAI and Sam Altman to Google removing many popular Indian apps from its Play Store only to restore them a day later, there has been a lot of activity in the tech world. With all this big news, it’s natural that some important tech news might slip under the radar, but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with the Weekly Tech Recap, where we take a look at all the major tech-related news of the week.

Google removes Indian apps from Play Store:

On Saturday, some Indian mobile applications that were taken down by Google over payment dispute, were reinstated on Play Store, including Shaadi.com, Naukri, 99acres, etc. However, these applications have returned to Play Store as consumption apps only without any in-app billing.

The matter revolves around a billing policy of Google where the tech giant vows to charge an 11% to 26% fee on in-app payments. India’s corporate leaders have protested against…

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