Apple is on FCC's Radar with Google Voice Ban
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Who should control wireless applications ? customers, carriers or
handset makers? That is the core question being considered by the Federal Communications Commission , which has asked Apple and AT&T, the iPhone's exclusive U.S. distributor, to explain why Google 's
free voice application, called "Google Voice," is banned from the
device. The app allows consumers to use one Google-issued number for
office, home and cell. It also blocks telemarketers, transcribes voice
mail and offers unlimited free texting.
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