Today’s tech headlines include delays for Amazon’s Go store launch, details of Apple’s latest operating system and Samsung getting serious about selling refurbished Note 7s.
What timing. Samsung deals with a fire incident at a Singapore retail store, on the eve of unveiling its next top smartphone.
Terrorists were reportedly planning to smuggle explosives inside a tablet.
In today’s tech news, a crash involving a self-driving Uber leads the company to halt its autonomy program. A British politician calls for intelligence services to access Whatsapp to fight terrorism. And Spotify partners with Waze to bring music and GPS together.
In this week’s wrap-up, Apple introduces its new cheapest tablet along with red iPhones.
The biggest tech headlines of the day include the Senate’s vote to eliminate consumer privacy rules, 71% of Android users running unpatched software and Instagram filtering out sensitive photos.
The latest documents published on WikiLeaks reveal some of the tools allegedly used by the CIA to hack into iPhones and Macs.
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The biggest tech news of the day include Nintendo’s Switch controller issue seems to be fixed, Instagram letting advertisers book appointments and Google adding a location-sharing feature to its Maps app.
All the tech stories that matter include Google’s release of Android O to developers, Reddit slowly rolling out user profiles and Twitter cracking down heavily on extremist spam accounts.