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How, after all, can it seamlessly tell you local movie times and call you an Uber to the cinema if it doesn't know where you are?

Not to mention that Google already snatches most of this information for its own purposes.

If you love your smartphone, you are probably familiar with the general trend: after the traditional rumors, Google announces a new Android version each year.

Android is Google’s mobile operating system, and is running on most Samsung smartphones.

To be fair, Verizon justifies its stance by saying that it'll need some of this data in order to make on-demand services work.But the EFF spent a little time staring at App Flash's privacy policy, where it's revealed that the software will vacuum up any and all of your private data.For instance, it'll snag your cell number, device type, operating system and the apps or services that you use.While the rumor mill goes on about the next update, you no doubt wonder what is going to improve, and above all, when the update will be available for your Samsung phone (or tablet.) Samsung can’t always share information about which of its devices will get the next Android update.The general policy is that a Samsung device will get support for about one to three years after launch, and the company will – when technically possible – continue to update a particular device to newer versions of the Android OS.