Apple to fix FaceTime bug, GameStop can't sell itself
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A newly discovered eavesdropping bug has forced Apple to turn off group Facetime while it's patched out.
The vulnerability let iPhone users call another device and hear audio on the other end before the recipient answered the call.
The bug is so widespread, it even applies to Mac computers.
An update with a fix should be out this week.
GameStop's future remains in question as the company has announced it is no longer trying to sell itself to another entity.
As a result, its stock prices tanked increasing its value by more than 25% with the idea of consoled without disk drives coming down the road, the outlook for GameStop is bleak.
Finally Gmail's mobile app is getting a redesign that will fall in-line with the web version that launched last April.
Expect a cleaner, more organized presentation, with a mostly white background to replace the current red trim.
The material theme should be arriving within a few days.
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