Apple faces anti-trust complaint in India; Samsung's 200MP camera sensor; and Acceldata's CEO explains data observability

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Apple is facing an antitrust complaint in India for allegedly abusing its App Store's dominance by forcing developers to use its proprietary in-app payments system. The allegations are similar to a case Apple is facing in Europe, where regulators are probing the iPhone maker's imposition of an in-app fee of 30 percent for the distribution of paid digital content, and other restrictions. In our tech conversation, Acceldata's Rohit Choudhary unpacks his data observability platform