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Techie Tuesday: Apple to Rival PUBG & FaceTime Catches a Bug

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Four top technology news for January 29th that you cannot miss:

1. Facebook is taking user privacy extra seriously. The social networking app is reportedly planning to integrate Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp into single system.

2. PUBG and Fortnite, Beware! Apple will play the field too. The tech giant is reportedly planning to launch a subscription-based gaming service. 

3. Do you keep receiving FaceTime video calls from friends and family? Then, this is important for you. A bug lets callers hear audio from users who have not yet accepted a video call.

4. Bluetooth is working on its tracking accuracy. The tech company has developed a new feature that’ll allow companies to track items down to the centimetre.


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