Google no longer lets you watch YouTube videos on your Amazon Echo Show. We read Apple's White Paper on privacy and FaceID. Signal says you don't have to sacrifice privacy to be social. ReCode reports that Facebook, Google, and now Twitter have all been asked to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee in November. Plus, everything Amazon announced at their secret press event today.
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- Apple Privacy questions about FaceID
- Apple explains how Face ID learns from its mistakes
- SIGNAL HAS A FIX FOR APPS' CONTACT-LEAKING PROBLEM
- The Senate Intelligence Committee will hold its hearing in November; House lawmakers will aim for October
- Trump tweet about Facebook
- Introducing Echo Plus – Silver + Philips Hue Bulb
- Introducing Echo Spot - Black
- Amazon’s new Echo is smaller and costs $99
- Amazon Fire TV drops price on 4K HDR streaming to $70
- Introducing the All-New Amazon Fire TV with 4K Ultra HD and High Dynamic Range (HDR)
- Amazon just launched a $35 box that turns your Echo into a landline phone
- Amazon announces $20 Echo Buttons for playing trivia games with your family
- Netflix Takes to Skies, Pitching Airlines on In-Flight Streaming Tech