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Tile to testify against Apple in House Judiciary Committee antitrust hearing

AppleInsider Friday, 17 January 2020
Tile has joined a number of smaller companies seeking to speak out against Apple's, Google's, Amazon's and FaceBook's alleged anti-competitive practices before the House Judiciary Committee.
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