Samsung’s probe shows a systemic breakdown left customers walking around with bombs in their pockets.
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Samsung today is due to release results of the probe into the faulty batteries which resulted in a huge product recall.
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Chinese-made phones, which cost hundreds of dollars less than those by Apple and Samsung, are making inroads.
View the original post: EXCLUSIVERing in the Chinese phones
There is no such thing as stretching the imagination too far at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
View the original post: Tomorrow’s tech today
B&O’s Beoplay M5 and Lemon Technology’s California Roll were among standout speakers at CES.
View the original post: Speakers offer versatility
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released two compute modules that can make a host of white goods more intelligent.
View the original post: Raspberry Pi gets a speed boost
The Consumer Electronics Show is a toy wonderland for hi-tech fanciers.
View the original post: Glimpse of the future at Vegas
A four-in-one washing system and a fridge with Spotify are unveiled alongside a new TV sound bar and Blu-ray player.
View the original post: Getting smart with laundry
A Sydney man has played a pivotal role giving the MacBook a touch-sensitive screen.
View the original post: Aussie flair for MacBook
“Magic mirror in the hand, who has the most wrinkles in the land?” has transcended from Snow White to 21st century camera technology.
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A smart walking cane was among the novel items revealed at the CES technology fair yesterday.
View the original post: Go-go gadgets on show in Vegas