Amazon has announced the rollout of a controversial new networking product called Sidewalk, which will use its Echo, Ring and other smart home devices to create neighbourhood-wide networks.
However, it won’t be coming to the UK. The company has apologised to Brits after emailing them to alert them the service is coming into effect. The service is going to be US only.
The purpose of Sidewalk is to help extend the range of their Wi-Fi-enabled smart home cameras and speakers.
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