a ban radiation Stories, smart glasses jointly produced by Ray-Ban and Goaljust gained new features, with a link to The WhatsApp. Accessory wearers can now make calls and hear text messages being read and sent as well.
last year , Led by Mark Zuckerberg It added a similar feature to Facebook Messenger. As per big tech, personal messages and calls are automatically protected through end-to-end encryption, which means that no one other than the user can read or hear them.
Once the voice assistant sets a voice command related to calls or messages from the application, the voice and transcription are not stored on any server.
The update, TechCrunch reports, is rolling out to the Facebook View iOS and Android app in stages, and will be available to everyone in the coming days. Meta says you need to have the latest app and firmware update on your glasses. Later this year, WhatsApp and Messenger support for Ray-Ban Stories users will be expanded to French-speaking and Italian-speaking users.
In the future, the company plans to add the ability to directly reply to incoming messages on Messenger and WhatsApp, hands-free.
Ray-Ban Stories launched in September 2021. At the time, Meta indicated that the device was a springboard for augmented reality ambitions and efforts to introduce users to the idea of high-tech eyeglasses. But things have changed since then. Information from The Information shows that the tech giant has decided to reduce investments in Reality Labs and its AR/VR division.
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