How Apple threatened Uber, new X-Men movies coming in 2018
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Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly threatened to remove Uber from the App Store.
According to the New York Times, during a meeting in 2015, Cook called out Uber CEO, Travis Kalanick on breaches of Apple's privacy rules.
Kalanick had directed his engineers to camouflage a feature in the ride App it's allowed Uber to secretly identify and track iPhone users even after the app has been deleted from users phones.
After meeting with Kalanick gave in.
Livestream palm sized multi angle Mevo Cam, the camera that lets you stream directly to Facebook live and periscope, now streams live to YouTube You also get full K film in the beta version of the company's app available now for iOS and for the first time in Android.
Final versions of the app will be available in the summer.
Fans of the X-Men Universe have three new films to look forward to next year.
20th Century Fox announced the eagerly anticipated Dead Pull 2 Sequel, with Ryan Renal surprising his anti hero role, will open on June 1st 2018.
Teenage hero team, New Mutants, make their first big screen appearance before that on April 14th.
And the main X Men team return in Dark Phoenix on November 2nd.
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