Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, Facebook is shutting down its face recognition system. Matter. The company formally known as Facebook announced the change in a blog post on Tuesday, the post from VP of artificial intelligence to own presentee said people who've opted in will no longer be automatically recognize eyes in photos and videos. And we will delete more than a billion people's individual facial recognition templates. The move comes as the social network faces increased [00:00:30] scrutiny over its privacy practices. Netflix has launched its new gaming service, letting subscribers play games through the Netflix mobile app. Netflix games is available on and road first with iOS on the way, according to the company and we'll feature no ads, no additional fees and no in-app purchases. Netflix first announced the move back in July marking the company's biggest shift since it first started streaming in 2007, apple has slashed iPad production by 50% over the [00:01:00] past two months to allocate you to the iPhone 13. According to a report in Nick I Asia apple did not comment on the report, but in a recent earnings call CEO, Tim cook said supply chain issues, including chip shortages meant the company had missed out on as much as $6 billion in revenue.
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