The device will reportedly use sensors to track basic health metrics.
But Comcast's NBCUniversal content isn't leaving anytime soon.
Verizon details the release of the newest version of the Samsung Galaxy S10. Meanwhile, Nintendo denies reports that it'll introduce a new version of its latest console at E3.
The feature uses the Stir/Shaken caller ID technology.
The deal values Hulu at $15 billion.
Previously a Pixel exclusive, the Call Screen feature is rolling out to more Android phones.
The agency asks the nation's largest broadband providers for specifics about what data they collect, who they share it with and whether consumers can opt out.
This week's major tech headlines included Apple's new iPad Air and Mini, Google's entry to the world of game-streaming with Stadia and how telecom companies are tackling robocalls.
In today's top stories, Facebook admits it stored hundreds of millions of passwords in plain text within the company. Meanwhile, two telecoms seem to be on the side of the consumers. Weird.
Limited to Comcast's internet-service-only customers, it mimics the company's X1 cable experience but won't have live channels.
The companies say their upcoming authentication system is the industry's first to verify calls between separate providers.
Smart-home hub? Game streaming? An NBCUniversal streaming service?
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