Apple reportedly stops walkie-talkie project, Star Wars clip teases darker Rey
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It looks like the iPhone will not be getting a walkie talkie type feature anytime soon.
A report from the information says Apple has put a stop to its walkie talkie project for the iPhone.
This would have allowed messages.
Between iPhones without needing cell coverage.
Apple was said to be working with Intel on the project.
But reasons for shelving it we're not known in the informations report which sites to sources.
Over in the world the smart speakers Google seems to have fallen to third place with market share.
That's because a new report from canals measures the global smart speaker market and found China's Baidu surged ahead of Google this past quarter with Baidu shipping about 4.5 million units.
And that beats out Google's 4.3 million units shipped.
Amazon leads the market with 6.6 million shipments in the quarter.
That means Amazon makes up about 25% of the entire market.
And the internet is abuzz with a new teaser clip of the upcoming Star Wars movie.
Rise of Skywalker.
It shows what could be a darker side to Ray.
As she wields a double bladed red lightsaber.
That flips out on a hinge.
Does that mean she's gone bad or maybe it's something else.
The ninth film in the Star Wars saga is scheduled to hit theaters, December 20.
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