Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 smartphone / phablet was plagued by overheating problems since its launch in August 2016, causing some handsets to explode. It had previously been revealed that the issues were caused by faulty batteries, and Samsung has now publicised their full findings.


Read more at Reuters
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LG has published tantalising hints regarding its upcoming smartphone, the G6. The company has sent out invites to a press event on 26 February 2017, which will take place at Mobile World Conference (MWC) 2017 in Barcelona.

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Read more at GSM Arena and ZDNet
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Vayyar, a company based in Israel, has developed a radar sensor which can be connected to your smartphone. BBC Click have been taking a look at what it can do:

Read more, and watch the video here:
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Andy Rubin is a former employee of Google, and during his time there he oversaw the development of Android. His new company, Essential, has been taking on former Android engineers, and according to recent reports he is looking to create a smartphone that will act as a hub for smart home gadgets.

Read more here.
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Nintendo have announced details of their all-new console, the Nintendo Switch, which will be released on 3 March 2017. The console will retail for $300 in the USA, but we have yet to find out what we can expect to pay in Europe.

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Gizmodo has published a detailed article explaining how the Switch works and what it can do:

The Verge has details of the specifications:

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The European Commission has published a new fact sheet setting out their proposals for modernising the current digital privacy rules. Digital Look reports:

Full article here.

The fact sheet is well worth a read, and you can find it here:
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