We chat about other obstacles Bixby will face as it tries to take on Apple's Siri, Google's Assistant and Amazon's Alexa. Speaking of Amazon, the retailer announced several exclusive deals for Prime Day that you can only get through voice shopping. Yep, Amazon is still trying to make voice shopping a thing, and it's hoping these discounts will help. And we also take a look at last week's ransomware epidemic and how it's likely a cover-up for something much worse. The 3:59 gives you bite-size news and analysis about the top stories of the day, brought to you by the CNET News team in New York and producer Bryan VanGelder.
Check out the extended shows on YouTube, iTunes | RSS | Google Play | FeedBurner | SoundCloud |TuneIn | Stitcher, We talk about send noods iphone case the delay of Samsung's digital assistant, special Alexa-only Prime Day deals and the real threat of NotPetya, PSA: The 3:59 is on hiatus from July 10 to 24 and we'll be periodically filling in the gaps with some pre-taped shows, Samsung's voice assistant Bixby could use some more English lessons, The South Korean electronics giant missed the mark again on bringing its voice assistant to phones around the world, which it promised would arrive in late April and then again in June, It has been struggling to roll out the English version of Bixby because the company doesn't have enough data to teach it work properly..
The Nokia 3310. Nokia, on the other hand, will supply network infrastructure equipment used by web providers and datacenter operators. It will also work with Xiaomi on technologies related to Nokia's new FP4 network processor. The agreement between both companies comes about even as both companies look for ways to dominate the phone markets again. Xiaomi has seen its lead slip away to rivals Oppo and Vivo in China, while Nokia is looking to bounce back into the phone business after a disastrous stint with Windows-powered devices. The patent agreement will likely benefit Xiaomi as it looks towards the US market in the future.
"Xiaomi is one of the world's leading smartphone manufacturers and we are delighted to have reached an agreement with them," said Rajeev Suri, Nokia's CEO in a statement, "Our send noods iphone case collaboration with Nokia will enable us to tap on its leadership in building large, high performance networks and formidable strength in software and services, as we seek to create even more remarkable products and services that deliver the best user experience to our Mi fans worldwide," said Lei Jun, Xiaomi's CEO, CNET Magazine: Check out a sample of the stories in CNET's newsstand edition..
Logging Out: Welcome to the crossroads of online life and the afterlife. A deal signed by the two companies will see Xiaomi acquiring patent assets from Nokia in exchange for network infrastructure equipment. Xiaomi is bolstering its patent portfolio as its global ambitions start to take flight. The Chinese phone manufacturer signed an agreement with Nokia today dealing with cross licensing of cellular patents, while also agreeing to work with Nokia in areas such as the Internet of Things, virtual reality and artificial intelligence. Nokia will also be transferring patent assets to the company.