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Samsung heir formally accused of bribery, Nintendo's Fils-Aime says The Switch won't oust 3DSActing Samsung President Jay Y. Lee may be arrested in connection with a multi million dollar government bribery allegation. Also in today's tech news Nintendo says the 3DS will still be supported after the Switch is released and the Chinese government...
This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. A South Korean prosecutor has requested an arrest warrant for JY Lee, the acting head of Samsung of accusations that he bribed suspended South Korean President Park Geun Hye. The prosecutor have accusedly donated to two foundations controlled by Park's associates in exchange for the South Korean pension fund support of a 2015 merger between two of Samsung groups holding company. Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils Aime says the company's new switch gaming console which they unveiled last week. Won't oust the company's earlier 3DS. Although one of the Switch's configurations is a handheld, [UNKNOWN] dismisses that description, insisting instead that it's a home console that you can take with you and play anywhere, with If anyone Nintendo will still create games with a 3D with it's spring and summer line up set to be announced at the E3 gaming conference in June. Android app stores in China will now have to register with government so the Google playstore is burned out right in the country, companies like Bai du and Tencent have build app stores to fill the gap Cyberspace administration of China told those companies on Friday that the new measure is being taken to make the store safer, more profitable and they can manage. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading CNET Tech Today app in the Apple App Store. [BLANK_AUDIO]