Facebook reveals new Portal devices, Apple Watch Series 5 review
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Facebook has expanded its market home reach with a refresh that includes two new devices, a revamp 10 and 8 inch version of its portal smart display, as well as a small portal TV, a setup device that uses your TV as a screen.
With Facebook constantly working on trust issues the company and said the portal devices are more private now.
Keeping the microphone and camera off by default.
The views for Apple series five watch are out and most critics agree it's still the best smartwatch around.
Though the series five hasn't really upped the ante too much say for the addition of an always on screen.
Gonna expect major improvements with things like battery life though, that will likely happen down the road.
And finally, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a landmark Bill AB-5 and to law on Wednesday, requiring companies that use independent contractors to reclassify their workers as employees.
The law will directly impact companies like Uber, Lyft, DoorDash and Postmates.
Uber had previously gone on record saying their business will be adversely affected if drivers were classified as employees.
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