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Samsung to Cancel Galaxy Fold Pre-Orders

The release of Samsung's revolutionary folding phone has been a rocky one, and the latest chapter sees the company automatically cancelling customer orders, if it unable to hit its release deadline of May 31st. Those who want to keep their order must let the company know.

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Study: 73% of Smart Tech Predictions Are Now Reality

Thanks to a big meta-analysis of tech predictions from the past 31 years, we now know exactly how likely our predictions are to come true, and honestly, it's a little higher than I would have thought: 73% of smart tech predictions from the last three decades have become reality.

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Lime Scooters Being Hacked in Australia

Pranksters in Brisbane, Australia, have hacked the audio files on rentable scooters owned by transportation startup Lime, leading to them spouting unsavoury messages to the public. It's far from the only issue e-scooters and bikes have faced around the globe in recent months.

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Court Rules Elon Musk Needs a Lawyer to Approve His Tweets

Elon Musk's tweets will soon all be lawyer-approved: According to a new court filing, the millionaire CEO has reached an agreement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to have a Tesla lawyer vet all of his Twitter musings on the subjects of Tesla’s finances.

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Samsung View 2: New 17-inch Mega-Tablet Unveiled

While it may be the Samsung Fold that's grabbing the headlines at the moment, the company has just released a brand new tablet, the View 2. Unlike the Fold, you can forget about slipping this into your pocket. This 17-inch tablet is anything but portable. So, should you buy one?

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Apple Axes “Invasive” Screen Time Apps

Apple has been accused of removing screen time and parental control apps without warning. However, despite outcry from the app developers, the iPhone maker might actually be in the right. We explain how and why these apps were found to be in violation of the App Store guidelines.