Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now Nintendo's president says that the company cannot produce enough Nintendo switches to meet the demand to the company's expecting during the upcoming holiday season, he added that there is no sign of improvement for production challenges, and that the situation continues to be year. Thus far, Nintendo has sold 92.87 million Nintendo switch units. Since it's launched back in 2017, the [00:00:30] we remains in Nintendo's top selling console with over 101 million units sold Apple's head of software at credit. FEI says that allowing apps to be installed outside of app stores could mean the floodgates are opened for malware. Apple is under scrutiny for how tightly it controls app distribution on iPhones and iPads. A European commission proposal. If passed would allow customers to install apps on devices like iPhones from pretty much anywhere. A process known as side [00:01:00] loading. The EC uses that its proposal would curb big companies from abusing their power. Feder Rigi said that requiring side loading on an iPhone would be a step backward. Instagram is going to look a lot better on Twitter. Now, when you share an Instagram link on Twitter, people will see a visual preview known as a Twitter card of the Instagram content. Prior to this change, people would just see a text link it's been around nine years since Instagram last supported [00:01:30] Twitter cards stay up to date with the latest by visiting cnet.com.