Ring wanted to use 911 calls for video activation, WeWork CEO steps down
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According to a new report from Cnet, Amazon's Ring wanted to use 911 calls to activate its video doorbells.
According to emails obtained from August 2013.
The opt in system was something the company said could be introduced in the not so distant future, but Ring is not Currently working on the project.
Facebook has paid at least half a billion dollars for a neural monitoring company called Control Labs.
According to Bloomberg, the company may use the tech for inclusion in AR or VR glasses.
This isn't the first time Facebook has dabbled in the brain control space.
Company said it wishes to one day let users interact with Facebook just by using their minds.
And finally, Adam Newman, the CEO of Wework stepped down after the company delayed its IPO just last Tuesday.
Wework came under fire recently.
For having unsecured wi-fi networks which meant company devices, financial records, business transactions, and client databases all visible on the building's network for years.
WeWork had known about the issue since May of 2015.
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