Xbox Series X hands-on, Google gives app makers a year to comply with new billing
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We have an Xbox Series X in house, and have been testing out some of the new features for close to a week.
While our preview period has only just begun some of the standout features of the Series X are quick resume and massive improvements in loading time.
More specifically, quick resume allows players to juggle between four and six games and switch back and forth within seconds.
Google on Monday said it's clarifying its policies for app makers on its Play Store marketplace, telling developers they have up to a year to get in compliance with its policies for internet purchase.
Is the system which allows Google to take a 30% cut of in app purchases has been criticized sharply by developers who argue it's too high attacks for using Google's mobile platform.
Apple, which takes the same cut from developers who use its App Store for iPhones has also faced intense scrutiny.
Some companies like Spotify and Netflix have skirted the policy by encouraging people to use the company's own billing systems.
And finally, when it comes to specifics on how the Chinese government could get its hands on data through Tik Tok the Justice Department is keeping the information classified.
In court filings from the Justice Department on September 25th, the agency on multiple occasions redacted specific information on how the Chinese government could take your data.
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