Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, Amazon introduced its own televisions, which will arrive in October 1st, say hello to the Amazon fire TV, Omni starting at $410. The Omni line has a mic. Ray. That's always listening for the Alexa wake word. If you want to talk to your TV, you can do that directly. Without a remote, Amazon included a physical switch on the television to turn off the mics. There's also [00:00:30] the fire TV four series, which does not include mics in the TV to use the voice assistant with the four series. You'll have to use them remote. These television start at $370.
Speaker 1: Facebook's smart glasses are official. They are called Ray band stories and they start at $300. The Ray band stories require a phone with the new Facebook view app. The glasses are equipped with stereo cameras, speakers, and microphones saying, Hey, Facebook [00:01:00] enables only two features taking a photo or taking a video. CNET Scott Stein got to test the Ray band stories and said they seem so nearly normal. From a design standpoint, he also said, quote, their headphones and camera glasses in one. And that's about it. Twitter is testing a new feature called communities. It lets users publicly post in a group about specific topics. Twitter says that only members in the same community are able to reply and join the conversation. [00:01:30] The communities will also have moderators to choose the focus, create rules and invite others. Twitter did not say how many users will be able to access communities, but noted that a limited group of people in the we'll be able to create these group chats. Stay up to date with the latest by visiting cnet.com.