The world will finally hear from Samsung on why the Galaxy Note 7 was prone to catching fire. Also, the trendy anime photo app Meitu defends itself over questionable data-collection coding, and Amazon creates virtual Dash buttons for one-click reordering.
The results of the company’s internal investigation could be announced January 23, according to a report. The Note 7 nightmare continues to linger as thousands of Verizon customers are still using the dangerous phone.
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Winter could be coming in 2017, says author George R.R. Martin, but even he’s not certain.
An online vote could kick out the classic thimble and top hat gamepieces for a cellphone and computer.
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Host and comedian Aisha Tyler says CES 2017 is a firehose of technology. She stopped by the CNET stage to talk about what excites her the most at the show.
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Get a taste of what gadget wonders this year holds in store.
New Year’s resolutions can be hard to keep, but here are some that you only have to do once to cover you for the rest of the year.