Ring’s latest smart doorbell installs on your door’s peephole and detects knocks – The Verge

  1. Ring’s latest smart doorbell installs on your door’s peephole and detects knocks  The Verge
  2. Ring’s newest doorbell sits over your door’s peephole  Engadget
  3. Ring Door View Cam spies on visitors through your peephole at CES 2019  CNET
  4. Ring is making a peephole camera and a bunch of new outdoor smart lights  TechCrunch
  5. Ring announces the Door View Cam, its latest video doorbell that mounts right to your door  Android Central
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Fortnite for Android Surpasses 15 Million Installs; iOS Players to Get Performance Fix 'Soon'

  1. Fortnite for Android Surpasses 15 Million Installs; iOS Players to Get Performance Fix ‘Soon’  NDTV
  2. Fortnite for Android has 15 million players and counting, Epic talks fragmentation, preventing malware  9to5Google
  3. Fortnite hits 15 million installs on Android  TechCrunch
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Some Android developers see huge drops in app installs after Google 'enhances' Play Store algorithms

  1. Some Android developers see huge drops in app installs after Google ‘enhances’ Play Store algorithms  Android Police
  2. Waze’s incident reporting is coming to Google Maps on Android  SlashGear
  3. Rocket fails to take off  BBC News
  4. The best travel apps for Android  Computerworld
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Beijing 'installs missiles' on South China Sea islands

Beijing 'installs missiles' on South China Sea islandsBeijing reasserted its right Thursday to build “defence” facilities in the disputed South China Sea, but declined to confirm reports it had installed new missiles on artificial islands it has built in the region. Washington warned that Beijing would face unspecified “consequences” over its militarisation of the South China Sea, and said it had raised the issue with China. “China’s peaceful construction in the Spratly archipelago, including the deployment of necessary national defence facilities, is aimed at protecting China’s sovereignty and security,” she said.


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China installs cruise missiles on South China Sea outposts: CNBC report

China installs cruise missiles on South China Sea outposts: CNBC reportChina has installed anti-ship cruise missiles and surface-to-air missile systems on three of its outposts in the South China Sea, U.S. news network CNBC reported on Wednesday, citing sources with direct knowledge of U.S. intelligence reports. The move, if confirmed, would mark the first Chinese missile deployments in the Spratly Islands, where several Asian countries including Vietnam and Taiwan have rival claims. The U.S. Defense Department, which opposes China’s installation of military facilities on outposts it has built up in the South China Sea, declined comment.


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