Maybefor Facebook to put an always-listening device into people's homes?
That was the obvious conclusion CNBC reports that Facebook might wind up releasing the speaker in international markets first -- to test the waters, if you will.that Facebook would be delaying the announcement of " in March. And Tuesday,
Facebook didn't immediately reply to a request for comment.
CNBC's sources say that Facebook actually has a pair of speakers in the works, one with a camera and touchscreen, and that they'll connect to Facebook Messenger to let you chat with friends and family. Sources tell CNBC that Facebook may call the voice-assistant by a name that starts with the letter "M," and that "Marvin" was one specific possibility.
While Facebook didn't announce the rumored speaker today,.
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Disclosure: Sean's wife works for Facebook as an internal video producer.