Apple and Siri fall further behind in the smart home

  1. Apple and Siri fall further behind in the smart home  CNET
  2. One hacker is ‘shocked’ at vulnerabilities in the Google Home Hub  Digital Trends
  3. Best Google Home 2018  Tech Advisor
  4. iRobot and Google Collaborate to Advance the Next-Generation Smart Home – Oct 31, 2018 – iRobot Press Center  iRobot Press Center
  5. Google wants to improve your smart home with iRobot’s room maps  The Verge
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Qualcomm Shrinks 5G Phones Further With New Antenna Modules

  1. Qualcomm Shrinks 5G Phones Further With New Antenna Modules  PCMag
  2. Samsung, Qualcomm partner in 5G small cell, networking push  ZDNet
  3. Qualcomm shrinks mmWave antenna ahead of 5G handset reveals in 2019  Android Police
  4. Qualcomm Announces New Smaller 5G mmWave Antenna Modules, Alexa-Enabled Headset Kit, 802.11ay 60Hz Wi-Fi …  NDTV
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Apple Further Refutes Bloomberg Report Suggesting Chinese Spies Tampered With iCloud Servers

  1. Apple Further Refutes Bloomberg Report Suggesting Chinese Spies Tampered With iCloud Servers  Mac Rumors
  2. Apple denies its server hardware was infected by Chinese spy chips [Updated]  Cult of Mac
  3. Apple strongly denies Bloomberg’s Chinese hacking report  Macworld
  4. The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip to Infiltrate US Companies  Bloomberg
  5. Apple and Amazon deny report that Chinese ‘spy’ chips were used to infiltrate their networks  Telegraph.co.uk
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Hezbollah to stay in Syria 'until further notice', leader says

Hezbollah to stay in Syria 'until further notice', leader saysHezbollah will stay in Syria “until further notice”, the leader of the Lebanese Shiite movement Hassan Nasrallah said Wednesday in a televised address. “We will remain there even after the Idlib accord,” Nasrallah said, referring to a Russia-Turkey deal to prevent a Syrian regime offensive on the country’s last rebel-held stronghold. “Our presence there is tied to necessity and to the consent of the Syrian leadership,” said Nasrallah, whose Hezbollah movement is backing the Damascus regime in the ongoing conflict.


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