The plant that made the Galaxy Note7 burned downSamsung permanently stopped production of the Galaxy Note7Chinese customers sued Samsung for being late with the recall there
The phone is down for the count.
Samsung discontinued production and sales of the Galaxy Note7 and asked consumers to turn all of their phones in — even the replacement phones.
The company's recently released meal supplement barIts bottled meal supplement, Soylent 2.0Its meal supplement powder, Soylent 1.6
Almost 60 people reported that the bars caused nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Soylent told BuzzFeed News last week that it was "very confident in the safety of the bars." But by Wedneday, the company told buyers to discard them and offered a full refund.
An all-American, red-blooded burger
Silicon Valley startup Impossible Foods debuted a "bloody" vegan hamburger in California that simulates the texture and juiciness of meat.
The meaning of "design"Whether Apple infringed on Samsung's patentsWhether Samsung engineers copied Apple's battery designs
Supreme Court justices pressed Apple on its claim that Samsung infringements on the iPhone's design entitled the Apple to all the profits Samsung had made from the allegedly copied phones.
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The ACLU says the social data used by law enforcement was provided by Geofeedia, a social media monitoring company that provides information to hundreds of local police departments.
Do You Know What Happened In Tech The Week Of October 9?
You'd rather read a book about Medieval torture than the tech news.
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You're the early adopter among your friends. You're probably living your best life in Silicon Valley. Congratulations!
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