Google and Amazon make peace, Facebook collects data without permission
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Amazon and Google have settled their spat.
The two issued a joint announcement saying that YouTube is coming back to Amazon Fire tv devices worldwide.
Also, Amazon Prime video apps for phones and tablets will be able to connect.
To Google Chromecast devices.
These changes will occur in the coming months.
Back in 2018 Google pulled YouTube from Fire TV after Amazon stopped selling the Chromecast.
Amazon since has restocked the device.
According to Business Insider Facebook gathered email contacts 1.5 million users during the past three years Without user permission.
Facebook said the contact data was unintentionally uploaded to Facebook.
The company said it has fixed the underlying issue, is notifying users, and will be deleting the collected data.
Our report from [UNKNOWN] says new versions of the Nintendo Switch may be coming.
One Switch would be less expensive, but should still be able to dock to a television.
This one could arrive in the fall of this year.
The other switch may be more powerful than the current model, the timeline for that is less clear.
Back in January, Nintendo's president said that the company is not considering a successor to the switch or price cut at that time.
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