Dana Wollman, executive editor at Engadget, discusses the Apple HomePod's bizarre new issue of leaving white rings on wooden furniture. Wollman also talks Skype's security flaw and Huawei's latest problems getting into the U.S. phone market.

Wollman explains no one knows why the HomePod is leaving white rings on wooden furniture, and while Apple has acknowledged the issue, the company is just expecting users to deal with it.

Wollman also touches on Skype's major security flaw, explaining Microsoft isn't planning on sending out an update. Microsoft is expected to rebuild Skype from the ground up.

Recently, FBI Director Christopher Wray testified to the Senate Intelligence Committee that Huawei phones pose a threat to U.S. security because of the company's connections to the Chinese government. Wollman says this is just the latest setback for Huawei, which once had carrier deals with both AT&T and Verizon. Wollman doesn't see how Huawei will ever break into the American market now.