US bill targets Google, Apple app store duopoly; Samsung's new foldable phones; and Anand Inamdar on apps at Amoeboids

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Google and Apple, will be forced to allow third-party app stores and side-loading of apps if a new bipartisan bill in the US becomes law. The Open App Markets Act, led by three US lawmakers, would break open the business model of both companies' app stores and the structure of their mobile operating systems. Samsung introduced Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 at the 'Galaxy Unpacked' event on Wednesday. And in our tech conversation today, Anand Inamdar talks about his Pune company Amoeboids, which makes enterprise apps on the Atlassian marketplace