In this week’s wrap-up, a South Korean court orders the arrest of Samsung’s acting leader. Meanwhile in the US, Verizon jumps back on the unlimited data wagon causing every other wireless carrier to take note.
Jay Y. Lee, Samsung’s vice chairman and acting head, has been arrested and faces charges of perjury, embezzlement and bribing the impeached president of South Korea.
We round up all the tech you need to know this morning with rumors of a 4K-capable Apple TV, an arrest warrant approval for the acting head of Samsung and Google Fiber’s new focus.
On a suggestion from her father, Chloe Bridgewater sent a letter to the “Google Boss” regarding a job in the future. Surprisingly, Google’s CEO responded.
Which carrier offers the best unlimited plan? Here’s a quick breakdown of prices and what to consider when going with the major US carriers.
The most important tech stories of the day include a big discount in Verizon and Yahoo acquisition deal, Amazon and Google consider turning their digital assistants into speakerphones and we discuss a plan to dismantle consumer privacy ISP protections.
The biggest tech news of the day includes Facebook’s unmuting of news feed videos, T-Mobile’s quick response to Verizon’s introduction of unlimited plans and Microsoft’s Brad Smith calling for a “Digital Geneva Convention.”
The social network is launching an app for watching news feed video on your TV, along with original shows developed just for Facebook. But to grab your attention now, Facebook also turns up the volume on video in your feed.
The YouTube superstar soured business relationships after posting multiple videos that featured antisemitism and Nazi imagery.
Pair this book with an app, and the drawings come to life in a new style of art.