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Say hello to Google Home Max, a giant, super-powered smart speaker

Google is introducing a new member to the Home family: Google Home Max. At the company’s hardware event in San Francisco on Wednesday, Google revealed the high-end new speakers that will fill entire rooms with personalized sound. SEE ALSO: How to watch Google’s Pixel 2 event Max is comprised of two 4.5 inch high-excursion woofers, which  spread sound throughout large spaces.  The speaker is said to be 20 times more powerful than Google Home, which is pretty darn impressive, and uses Smart Sound to adapt to you and your personal preferences such as lowering volume in the morning or raising it when it’s harder to hear, such as when a dishwasher is running. Read more…More about Tech, Google, Conversations, Google Home, and Google Home Max

Account data for more than half a million car tracking devices was leaked online

Login data for more than half a million records tied to vehicle tracking device company SVR Tracking have leaked online, potentially exposing the personal and vehicle data of drivers and businesses using its service.   The leaked repository was first spotted by the Kromtech Security Center, which blamed a misconfigured Amazon AWS S3 bucket that was left publicly accessible for an unknown period of time for the breach. Kromtech first noticed the cache on Sept. 18, according to Gizmodo, and the bucket was closed from public access hours after the security company alerted SVR on Sept. 20.   The records included user login info like emails and passwords, along with VINs (vehicle identification numbers) and license plate numbers, data about the GPS devices, and “other data” collected by SVR Tracking about its devices, customers, and auto dealerships that do business with the company.  Read more…More about Leaks, Aws, User Data, Tech, and Cybersecurity