Google location tracking controversy, Group FaceTime to miss iOS 12 launch
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According to a report from the AP, Google services on android will continue to track and store your location data even if you've turned Turn the setting off.
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Lenovo is finally offering a powerful mobile workstation that weighs in under four pounds, playing a bit of catchup with the rest of the laptop landscape.
The new thin and light ThinkPad one packs in an eight generation chip.
A higher S 4k touchscreen and start to ship by the end of the month starting at just at under $2,000.
And finally, it looks like IOS 12 and Mac Os Mojave won't ship with an update version of group FaceTime that can support up to 32.
It was recently teased by Apple and instead the company says that the feature will patched in sometime this fall
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