Nintendo Switch sales numbers, Apple's rumored digital payment service
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Nintendo has just released it's sales figures for the new Switch console.
And it's entirely possible it could outsell the Wii U in just it's first year.
Since the Switch's release on March 3rd, its sold over 2.7 million units.
The most popular game for the platform is the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Which has actually sold slightly more.
Sounds like Apple may be working on its own money transfer service, similar to Venmo.
It would allow for peer-to-peer payments, and work across most platforms.
The launch could show up next to some kind of Apple credit card, but Apple has declined to comment on speculation.
And finally, Facebook is reporting that law enforcement requests for user data, is up 9% year over year Facebook says each request is vetted for legal sufficiency, and makes attempts to challenge requests that appear to be overly broad.
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