In the wake of Facebook’s ongoing privacy scandal, the firm had put on hold plans to release a voice-activated smart speaker. However, a newly published patent shows some of the first images of what that device may look like. Titled ‘Electronic Device,’ the document gives little details about what the product will do. Scroll down for video A newly published patent shows some of the first images of what Facebook’s smart speaker may look like. Titled ‘Electronic Device’, the patent gives few details of what the product will do The patent was filed in December 2016 but it was just made public on Wednesday. It shows a seemingly small, square device with holes on the top panel that could be where audio comes out of. Another view of the device, labeled Figure 7, appears to show buttons on a flat surface that could perhaps be a screen of some kind. If so, it’s possible that the product stands up vertically on the flat edge that’s opposite to the rounded edge at the top. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Facebook will ‘always’ be free (at least, for those who… Apple iOS 11.3 update BREAKS iPhone 8 devices that have had… Facebook… Read full this story
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