The Apple Watch Series 3 reviews are out and many are reporting significant connectivity issues related to the device’s LTE capability. Apple says it is exploring a software fix.
Nest unveiled a family of new security focused devices, including the Nest Secure system that includes a hub for all of its devices to connect to. The package includes an alarm system, Nest Detect for monitoring portals in the home, and the Nest Tag for tracking items throughout the home.
Facebook CTO Sheryl Sanberg says the company is tightening its enforcement processes to make sure ad targeting terms don't violate Facebook's community standards. Sandberg also promised that Facebook would add more human review to their automated processes to track potential abuses of the Facebook ads system.
Also, Amazon is working on a face computer, Equifax is even more inept than it already was, and Ryan Whitwam from Android Police discusses Google’s rumored bid to buy out HTC’s smartphone division.
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- For weeks, Equifax customer service has been directing victims to a fake phishing site
- Apple Watch Series 3's "LTE problems" are actually an existing Wi-Fi bug
- Nest has a new alarm system, video doorbell, and outdoor camera
- Facebook Is Adding Oversight to Avoid Future ‘Jew-Hater’ Targeting
- Blame the Minder, Not the Machine
- Amazon working on first wearables to interact with Alexa
- Amazon is working on smart glasses to house Alexa AI, says FT
- Google acquisition of HTC could be announced tomorrow as trading halted in Taiwan