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Monday, 10 Oct 2016
Germany’s Bundesrat has passed a resolution that calls for a ban on new internal combustion engine cars by 2030. This includes all vehicles powered by diesel or gasoline, which still encompass the majority of cars driven on German roads today.
South Korean news agency Yonhap is reporting that Samsung has temporarily suspended production of its Galaxy Note7 smartphone. According to Yonhap's source, the suspension is being done in coordination with safety officials in South Korea, the United States and China.
Samsung has filed two trademark registrations in South Korea for "LightUp Camera" and "Light+ Camera". Could these trademark filings be for the Galaxy S8?
Sunday, 9 Oct 2016
Another two replaced Galaxy Note7s reportedly exploded in Kentucky and Taiwan.
This is the second case of a purported replaced Galaxy Note7 exploding.
Saturday, 8 Oct 2016
U.S telco AT&T is said to be considering to stop all sales of the Galaxy Note7.
Still can't get over the missing headphone jack on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus? Good news, this Fuze case brings it back.
Like it or not, the writing may be on the wall for the 3.5mm headphone port. The USB Implementers Forum has just published its Audio Device Class 3.0 specification, giving device makers the standard they need to deliver an audio signal through a USB-C port.
Thousands of consumers have already exchanged their Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones, but some have had to exchange their phones twice, due to faulty displays and an overheating problem that rapidly drains power while being charged. We've more updates to this story.
Sony will be pushing its image sensor production to full capacity for the next six months as smartphone demand begins to pick up.