Some of the early reports on faulty Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones that caused burns and property damage have been invalidated, significantly reducing the number of incidents.
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While production of the Note7 has stopped, it's imperative that Samsung figure out what went wrong and lay out the details publicly.
There is a split opinion over whether the successor phone should be named the Note8 or adopt an entirely new moniker, to avoid reminding consumers of a device that can catch fire in their pants.
Samsung's Galaxy Note7 smartphone may be headed for the trash bin, amid new reports that a handful of replacement units have overheated.
Verizon should push for a big discount off its pending US$4.8 billion deal to buy Yahoo, given Yahoo’s recent data breach and reported questionable security practices, several analysts said.
The White House is touting $80 million in new federal funds for its ongoing Smart Cities Initiative.
The company's investigating whether the unit that caused the evacuation of a Southwest jet was indeed a replacement.
AT&T and IBM said they have teamed up to offer more cloud networking services to businesses.
Google launched several new products, including two Pixel smartphones that natively run a new Google Assistant built on recent advances in artificial intelligence to improve personalized, voice-capable searches.
Google Fiber's strategy to use wireless technology to supplant its fiber optic cable installations came into sharper focus with the purchase of Webpass.
Replacement Galaxy Note7 smartphones are safe, Samsung said in attempting to reassure customers this week after reports that consumers in South Korea, China and the U.S. said the replacement devices were running too hot.
It will be another two years, at least, before chip cards become ubiquitous among U.S. retailers.
Banks and financial markets are adopting blockchain distributed database software for payments and lending services at a faster pace than once expected.
Mastercard launched an ambitious open Mastercard Developers platform to help third-party developers create commerce-related apps and services.
U.S. Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., on Monday urged the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate whether Yahoo met its legal obligations to keep the public and investors informed about a massive breach of 500 million Yahoo accounts.
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