Google's latest tracking controversy, Amazon might purchase a theater chain
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According to a report from the AP, Google Services on Android devices will continue to track and store your location data even if you've turned off location history in the phone's settings.
Directions to find out if your location data is being tracked.
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In a tweet Nintendo what Super Mario Brothers 3 would look like being played on a Nintendo Switch.
The tease comes as the company readies it's highly anticipated online service that's been missing from the console since its launch.
priced at $20 a year the subscription will allow for access to retro games and online play.
Finally Amazon might be getting into the movie theatre business.
According to a report from Bloomberg Amazon is one of a number of bidders for the landmark theatre chain.
Landmark has over fifty theatres in twenty seven markets including New York, Las Angeles, and Denver At this point a deal is merely in the discussion phase, though earlier this year reports swirled Netflix was interested in buying Landmark as well.
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