Instagram require birthday info for new sign-ups, the Switch is coming to China
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Instagram on Wednesday said it will now ask for a date of birth.
When someone creates a new account on the photo sharing app.
The Facebook owned company said this will help prevent underage people from joining Instagram and let the app enable more age appropriate experience.
Instagram's terms of service already said users must be at least 13 years old to have an account.
Starting Wednesday, people will be required to enter their birthday.
Google's way of helping slow down our relationship with our phones is finally ready for primetime.
After first announcing the feature at Iowa in May.
Google is taking focus mode out of beta and rolling it out on Android nine and ten devices.
With the feature enabled, you can select the apps that you find the most distracting, such as social media apps, video and games.
If you try and open them, focus mode will remind you the app [UNKNOWN] And finally, after months of negotiations the Nintendo Switch will hit the massive new market, China.
Japanese game company Nintendo teamed up with China's Tencent to the Hybrid Console to the country's 1.3 billion people on December 10th.
Preorders opened on Wednesday, and the machine will cost around $300.
The launch will include New Super Mario Brothers you Deluxe, with Mario Kart eight Deluxe and Super Mario Odyssey hitting the market later in the coming weeks.
The switch light will also be released over time.
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