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Well Facebook, we did it again. Fresh off a latest remoteness scandal, a uneasy amicable media hulk has inked a understanding with Android to pre-install a app on an undisclosed series of phones and make a program permanent. This means we won’t be means to undo Facebook from those phones. Thanks, Facebook.
Chinese association Royole has beaten Samsung to a marketplace and has been display off a foldable phone/tablet this week during CES. While it’s not a many liquid experience, a device really works during bettering to your needs.
3. CES revokes endowment from female-founded sex tech company
Outcries of a double-standard are pouring out of CES after a Consumer Tech Association revoked an endowment from a association geared toward women’s passionate health.
Google went all in on a Assistant this year during CES. The association boasted that a voice-enabled AI will make a approach onto a billion inclination by a finish of a month — adult from 400 million final year. But what’s many sparkling is a stretched capabilities of Google’s Assistant. Soon you’ll be means to check into flights and interpret conversations on a fly with a elementary “Hey Google.”
The association before famous as WeWork has rebranded to a We Company, though a new plan has a intensity to thrust a association serve into debt.
Last year a little-known association called LocationSmart came underneath glow after leaking plcae information from ATT, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint users to untrustworthy customers. LocationSmart fast buckled underneath open inspection and betrothed to stop offered user data, though few focused on another large actor in a plcae tracking business: Zumigo.
From beast displays to VR in cars, we’re violation down a good, a bad and a nauseous from CES 2019.