Technology news, reviews and columns for September 5
- Sep 05,2016
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This 55-inch TV deal is the best we've seen all year
A big-screen TV this good shouldn't be this cheap.
Cheaper phones, brighter TVs rule IFA tech show
Electronics show in Berlin showcases latest in consumer technology.
Five Kickstarter projects for gadget geeks
These gadgets are using crowdfunding to get their projects built.
Siri to search Pinterest, hail Ubers — hands free
The voice-activated digital assistant will work in other iPhone apps.
Why lithium-ion batteries go up in flames
The more energy stored, the potentially more dangerous a battery becomes.
Q&A: Fix for bad cell phone signals
Here's what to do to boost your signal at home.
You bought the Samsung Note 7; now what?
It might be best to wait to charge your phone until Samsung offers more details.
SpaceX explosion sets back Facebook's Africa connectivity plans
Loss of satellite came as Zuckerberg toured Africa.
Samsung's new phone batteries explode
Customers have found complications with their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone after the phones batteries exploded when it was being charged.
Ex-employee recounts her Silicon Valley 'nightmare'
Startup WrkRiot has gone offline amid woman's allegations of fraud.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Performers rest after their rehearsal using the Khean instrument during the 28th Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit at the National Convention Centre in Vientiane.
Burning Man's loving engine powered by wealth, privilege
Jerry Lewis is not ‘slowing down’ even without Labor Day telethon
Texas upsets No. 9 Notre Dame in two-overtime thriller
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