Google’s decision to exclude articles from the News Feed on the News Hub was not a “technical glitch” as Apple and Apple News have described it, but rather a strategic decision to protect their own search engine.
Google is the largest search engine in the world, and has the ability to determine the top stories for its users, and to make them available to search engines.
Google has said that it has “a clear editorial policy” that “allows for the search engine to choose which articles to show in the News tab”.
Apple’s News Hub app uses an algorithm to pick the top articles in Google News, and Apple’s News tab is a central hub for news stories, with links to each article and the search terms they describe.
Apple News Hub is a key part of Apple’s efforts to promote its own products.
Its app is also used to help users locate and sign up for AppleCare.
The article that was excluded from the search results for News Hub appears to have been published on July 8, but only recently.
On August 4, a user reported a problem with the News Tab, which allowed it to appear.
Apple said the exclusion was a technical glitch, not a deliberate attempt to block search results from being used by other search engines that have access to News Hub.
Google, meanwhile, has been working with the company to correct the issue.
A spokesman for Google said the NewsHub exclusion was “a deliberate decision by Google to ensure the News feed continues to show relevant articles to users.”
Apple has said the same thing.
Apple has not responded to a request for comment.
Google also said the decision was “not a technical one” and was “in no way an attempt to prevent Apple from using News Hub for its own search purposes”.
Apple said that, if the NewsFeed’s content is still relevant to users, it will show up in News Hub’s search results.