Apple Announces HomePod, its Answer to Alexa and Google Home
Microsoft also has announced its own speaker with Samsung's Harman business; it will use Microsoft's Cortana digital assistant. According to Apple , the smart speaker will only start collecting information after the "Hey Siri" voice command is activated.
Ravens sign CB Brandon Boykin and cut Kyle Arrington
When healthy, the 26-year-old cornerback was a consistent contributor for the Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers . When the New England Patriots released Arrington in 2015, Baltimore signed him to a three-year, $7 million deal.
Report suggests Russia hackers breached voting software firm
According to Justice's press release, victor admitted to knowingly printing classified information and sending it to the media. The company did not respond to questions about the specific hack detailed in the NSA document.
Trump responds to London police incidents with injuries
The Associated Press reports that Prime Minister Theresa May called a meeting of the government's emergency response committee. The U.K. has already been reeling from the May 22 attack in Manchester at a Ariana Grande concert that killed 22 people.
Legal experts to Trump on travel ban: Put down the Twitter
Conservatives meanwhile were warning the tweets could undermine the administration's legal case. He called the courts, which have blocked both versions of the travel ban, "slow and political".
White House: Trump, Netanyahu pledge to work together to combat terrorism
Netanyahu effusively praised Trump before his museum address and sprang to his feet to lead applause for him several times. Trump is now on his first overseas trip since becoming president of the United States.
Apple unveils $349 HomePod to compete with Amazon Echo, Google Home
The company announced a new voice-controlled speaker during its WWDC developer conference in California on Monday. It's not clear whether Apple will turn a profit on the device when it officially hits the market later this year.
Trump wishes Comey luck, allies aim at lawman's credibility
Trump fired Comey on May 9, saying it was related to improper handling of the Hillary Clinton probe last summer. Presidents can assert executive privilege to prevent government employees from sharing information.
Tiger Woods is lost, in every literal and figurative way
Woods told police he was recovering from surgery. "I think he's a good person, and it's kind of sad". Woods then said a statement that it was a reaction to the prescription drugs he had been taking.
Casino attack should not hurt investments: finance chief
It is really sad with what's going on throughout the world with terror. "I could not carry her". Outside the complex, relatives of people trapped waited today to hear news of their loved ones.