Efforts to reduce robocalls

Plus, Volvo plans to install cameras in all of its models, and Apple introduces its next-generation earbuds.
0:52 | 03/21/19

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In today's tech bytes of the battle against robo call AT&T and Comcast have partnered up to verify calls made between their networks the new system confirms legitimate calls by using a digital signature. And both companies plan to have the system available to residential customers for free later this year. AT&T mobile customers as well. Volvo is planning to install cameras in the new cars to improve safety. The cameras we'll monitor eye movements of the driver to make sure you're not distracted or drunk. If this system detects a problem someone from bubble will call if the driver to as a response the car will automatically slow down or even stop. Finally apple has quietly unveiled its next generation wireless ear buds. The air pods to feature hands free access to Siri if you get them with the new wireless charging case. The cost to just under 200 books those architect back zappa Cameron.

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