Samsung is patching the Galaxy S8’s red display issue

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Enlarge Image 2unjuu/Instagram screenshot by Daniel Van Boom/CNET Many South Koreans received early units of Samsung’s Galaxy S8 phones earlier this week, leading to reports of some units having odd, red-tinted displays. But fret not, Samsung fans, the company will release a software update to fix the issue, reports ZDNet. Samsung said earlier in the […]


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Samsung is patching the Galaxy S8’s red display issue

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Enlarge Image 2unjuu/Instagram screenshot by Daniel Van Boom/CNET Many South Koreans received early units of Samsung’s Galaxy S8 phones earlier this week, leading to reports of some units having odd, red-tinted displays. But fret not, Samsung fans, the company will release a software update to fix the issue, reports ZDNet. Samsung said earlier in the […]


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America’s Most Taxing Time of the Year

How does tax season make you feel? Angry? Tired? Probably both, but there’s a good chance you also felt a bit confused while preparing your returns. And who could blame you? The mind-numbing complexity of the Tax Code, with its myriad deductions, credits and exemptions, can baffle anyone. Several years ago, in fact, Treasury Department […]


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Verizon’s unlimited data couldn’t save ‘worst quarter ever’

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Verizon is offering an unlimited data plan again. Richard B. Levine, Corbis via Getty Images Sometimes admitting you’re wrong can be cathartic. In Verizon’s case, it meant averting a total disaster of a quarter. For years, Verizon has been in denial that unlimited data plans are, in fact, a thing people want. On numerous occasions, […]


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Trump Signs Bill Giving Vets More Choices for Health Care

(CNSNews.com) – President Donald Trump  signed into law on Wednesday the Veterans Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act, which “eliminates the original sunset date on the Veterans Choice Program” and “gives veterans who are unable to schedule an appointment at a VA facility in a timely or convenient manner the ability to receive care from […]


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Patriots player Rob Gronkowski crashes Sean Spicer briefing

Not all of the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots showed up for their traditional White House meet-and-greet on Wednesday — quarterback Tom Brady, for one, had other plans. But tight end Rob Gronkowski not only traveled to Washington, he busted in to Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s press briefing and offered his assistance. “Ah, I […]


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Understatement of the Century on FX’s The Americans: Soviet Union Has ‘Problems’

On last week’s episode of FX’s The Americans, mom “Elizabeth,” a KGB operative in the U.S. in the mid ‘80s, catches teen daughter “Paige” reading Karl Marx’s Capital: Critique of Political Economy. “Elizabeth” espouses how Marx wrote about “the capitalist class structure being a kind of slavery, how revolution is necessary to create and achieve […]


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Frogger, anyone? Play the oldest Mac games in your browser

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Internet Archive If you were around in 1984, you remember what a big deal the launch of the Macintosh was and how the machine forever changed home computing. Its graphical user interface was the first gaming experience for many, and it seemed revolutionary, regardless of how rudimentary most of the games seem nowadays. (I myself […]


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Germany Sees Turkey’s Narrow ‘Yes’ Victory as a Sign of Resistance to Erdogan’s Agenda

Berlin (CNSNews.com) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she respects the decision of Turkish citizens to support constitutional changes that will hand sweeping executive powers to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, but warned of the need to respect democratic values and dialogue. Germany, home to a three million-strong ethnic Turkish community, watched the referendum process warily. […]


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Germany Sees Turkey’s Narrow ‘Yes’ Victory as a Sign of Resistance to Erdogan’s Agenda

Berlin (CNSNews.com) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she respects the decision of Turkish citizens to support constitutional changes that will hand sweeping executive powers to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, but warned of the need to respect democratic values and dialogue. Germany, home to a three million-strong ethnic Turkish community, watched the referendum process warily. […]


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