The last week of November was a quiet one from the perspective of security issues, as we didn't witness any new bugs or vulnerabilities.
There were, however, some tempting hardware launches, including that of Google's latest smart speaker, the Nest Mini, in India.
Let's take a quick look back at everything that happened in technology space this past week.
Google debuted new Nest Mini smart speaker
Google kickstarted the week by bringing Nest Mini smart speaker in India, merely a month after its international debut.
The new device, priced at Rs. 4,499, looks similar to the older one but features improved audio quality, a hook for easy wall hanging, and a new machine learning chip that boasts 1 TeraOPS of processing power and handles all the commands locally and swiftly.
WhatsApp's security audit also planned by Indian government
In another news, a Reuters report also revealed that the Indian government is planning to have an audit of WhatsApp's security system and practices in the wake of the Pegasus spyware-based attack on some 120 Indian lawyers, journalists, and activists.
Finally, there were some interesting hardware launches
Along with Google, other tech companies also had some interesting hardware launches.