Google tightens grip on Android data, Apple Arcade pricing
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According to Reuters, Google is apparently tightening its grip on some Android data.
The search giant is shutting down its mobile network insights service, which provided wireless carriers with data on signal strengths and connection speeds.
The move comes in the face of increased scrutiny over data sharing by privacy advocate Twitter and Facebook have suspended the accounts of suspected state sponsored propaganda with the focus of targeting Hong Kong protesters.
According to the company, 936 accounts aimed at selling political discord, as well as 200,000 quote spammy Accounts been proactively suspended.
Facebook also took action on what the company is calling a small network of accounts.
And finally, getting an idea of the cost of Apple arcade game subscription service.
According to nine to five Mac, it's likely that users will need to fork up $5 a month, giving access to multiple paid Apps within the App Store.
Arcade will also be available to everyone on [UNKNOWN] account.
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