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Facebook taps growing smart speaker market

By Bloomberg
09 October 2018   |   11:23 am
Facebook Inc. wants you to buy its new video chat devices for your home, complete with cameras that track movement. That sounds like a lot to ask for a social-media company mired in privacy scandals.

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