Yesterday, Apple pushed out firmware for its $349 HomePod smart speaker ahead of the device’s launch in December, and developer Steve Troughton-Smith has been sharing some interesting tidbits online that he managed to unearth in the code.
Bearing the name “AudioAccessory1,1”, the firmware reveals that the HomePod runs a full iOS stack – essentially like an iPhone without a screen – and relies on a shell app called “SoundBoard” to integrate with the device’s hardware.
Xiaomi Mi 6 Release Date Is Not in April, Launch Further Delayed
The mass production of Surge S1, the in-house SoC from Xiaomi has started. The Chinese firm is also ready with samples of its successor, the Surge S2. The mass production of the 16 nm octa-core processor is expected to begin in the last quarter of 2017.
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Your smarts may originate in your brain, but that doesn’t mean they can’t manifest themselves in your feet. At least, not if Xiaomi has anything to say about it. The company has just released a pair of smart shoes.
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