(250 words + one reputable source) For apps to be featured on the iPhone, developers must build it with Apple’s software development kit and then apply for approval. Apple rejected the Google Voice iPhone App, and further stated that it would not accept any applications that incorporated Google Voice functionality. Apple reasoned that this app duplicates the phone’s core features. It also rejected Google’s location-based app Google Latitude. However, the underlying reason was that Google’s application duplicated core services offered by Apple’s exclusive partner, AT&T. Using your knowledge from the Net Neutrality debate in Forum 1, do you think that government regulators should impose openness rules on mobile app marketplaces? Explain why or why not.