Google confirms human review of Assistant recordings, Apple turns off Walkie-Talkie due to flaw
This is Cnet's and here the stories that matter right now, a news reports by VRT news said that people are listening to recordings made by Google smart speakers and the Google assistant app.
Some of these recordings were made accidentally.
Google responded in a blog post saying it does have language experts reviewing a small set of recording To make it speech recognition tech better.
The company also said it is investigating an incident where one of the language reviewers violated Google's data security policies.
Two sources have leaked what could be official marketing images of the Samsung Note 10 and the note 10 plus.
The images looks similar to renders that have floated around Online.
The pictures show a boxy design with very small bezels.
The front features a single cutout for a selfie camera.
Both models feature a vertical setup for the rear cameras.
Samsung will hold an event where it will officially unveil the Note 10 on August 7th.
Apple turned off the walkie talkie function on the Apple watch because a flaw could allow a person to listen in to another person's iPhone.
Walkie talkie let Apple Watch users send voice messages live by just holding down and on screen but in a statement Apple apologize to customers and said walkie talkie will be working again as soon as possible.
The company also said it is not aware of any instances where the blog was exploited.
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