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 biggest tech stories of the day include Uber’s FTC settlement and new data on Tesla’s autopilot feature. Plus Samsung plans to explain why its Note 7 was forced to be recalled around the world.
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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.
What if a store could tell if a product made you happy or sad? Bridget Carey explores new technology that may be coming soon to a retailer near you, including a machine that can knit a custom sweater in under an hour.
The tech stories everyone’s talking about include Slack’s addition of threaded messages, a rejuvenation of the Android One program and Netflix’s impressive performance from October to December of 2016.
Today’s biggest tech stories include Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony in a major lawsuit, Android 2.0 rumors pointing to a February release and Jerry Seinfeld’s web series finding a new home at (you guessed it) Netflix.
Several companies at CES 2017 had large robotic arms that could make coffee and tea. While all the robots drew crowds, which one was the best?
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The day’s biggest tech stories include an ugly set of allegations against Facebook’s Oculus, Google’s impressive image technology and Nintendo of America president’s assertion that the Switch and 3DS can coexist.