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Saturday September 24, 2016
Samsung Suffers Backlash in China Over Smartphone Response
China should be a bright spot for Samsung as it wrestles with a global recall of 2.5 million of its new flagship smartphones. But its brand has been battered by complaints it is doing too little.

Replacements Available for Recalled Samsung Note 7
Tech giant Samsung says new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones will be available in U.S. stores to replace about 1 million devices that are being recalled because their batteries can catch fire.

AT&T Testing AirGig for Ultra Fast Internet over Power Lines
Wireless carrier AT&T has announced plans to test a new technology that could deliver multi-gigabit wireless Internet speeds to almost anywhere in the world that is connected to an electricity grid.

Comcast Plans To Launch Wireless Service Next Year
Cable giant Comcast plans to launch a cellphone service roughly in the middle of next year, potentially offering real competition to carriers like Verizon and AT&T for a subset of the country.

Google Expected To Unveil New Pixel Smartphones on Oct. 4
The successor to Google's soon-to-be-retired Nexus smartphones could make its debut on Oct. 4, according to recent clues from the company. Multiple leaks hint at the look of the new Pixel phones.

Samsung Says China Phone Fire Caused by External Heat
A Galaxy Note 7 phone a Chinese user claimed caught on fire was damaged by external heating, Samsung says, assuring customers in the world’s top smartphone market the devices are safe.

Samsung's Note 7 Battery Problem Expands to China
South Korean tech giant Samsung's smartphone problems expanded to China, where there were reports of two Galaxy Note 7 handsets exploding in a country where units were believed safe.

Recall Alert: What To Do If You Own a Samsung Galaxy Note7
Is your Galaxy Note7 part of the 9/15 recall? The Consumer Product Safety Commission says 1 million phones in the U.S. are at risk. The lithium-ion battery can overheat and catch fire, posing a serious hazard.

Self-Driving Uber: How I Learned Not To Worry and Trust the Tech
Uber Technologies will be the first U.S. company to offer commercial self-driving rides, and real-world testing is now underway. Uber isn't just testing tech efficacy, it wants to gauge rider reactions, as well.

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