Can FAA's warning to Samsung Galaxy Note 7 users really be enforced?

Can FAA's warning to Samsung Galaxy Note 7 users really be enforced?

Samsung recalls millions of smartphones The Federal Aviation Administration has a clear message for owners of Samsung’s recalled Galaxy Note 7 smartphone: Your device is a safety hazard. Don’t use it on airplanes. But it’s not clear how the FAA or any U.S. airline can enforce the advisory — nor how any passenger can be → Read More

Do more heads need to roll at Wells Fargo?

Do more heads need to roll at Wells Fargo?

Wells Fargo fires 5,300 for creating phony accounts More than 5,000 Wells Fargo employees have been fired as a result of a scandal involving phony bank accounts. But do the CEO or other senior executives need to be let go too? Wells Fargo is paying $185 million in fines after the Los Angeles City Attorney → Read More

Uber's major license problem in Lagos, Nigeria

Uber's major license problem in Lagos, Nigeria

Uber is trying to navigate around regulatory roadblocks in many global cities, including Lagos, Nigeria. Uber’s booming business in Lagos, Nigeria, has hit a major speed bump. The local government has begun cracking down on Uber drivers, requiring them to pay huge sums to register for special taxi licenses. Drivers of the ride-hailing app in → Read More

Nice guys finish thirst? Fair Trade vodka is here

Nice guys finish thirst? Fair Trade vodka is here

Fair Spirits Drinking vodka need not be a guilty pleasure, if it is distilled from ethically sourced Bolivian quinoa. This is the pitch of Fair Spirits, the first and only Fair Trade certified liquor company, and it is resonating with a growing market that covers dozens of countries. Fair was launched by former cognac salesman → Read More

How a U.S. tipoff led to Apple's $14 billion EU tax bill

How a U.S. tipoff led to Apple's $14 billion EU tax bill

Apple’s $14.6B tax bill explained Europe’s demand that Apple pay billions in back taxes may never have happened without help from Washington. A top EU official revealed Friday that European authorities were tipped off by the U.S. Senate that Apple (AAPL, Tech30) might be receiving illegal state aid from Ireland. The subsequent investigation led to → Read More

AT&T charges its poorest customers more for super-slow internet

AT&T charges its poorest customers more for super-slow internet

Without this, Netflix wouldn’t exist AT&T is benefiting from providing slow broadband internet service to some poor neighborhoods. The FCC requires AT&T to provide discounted high speed internet service to poor families who are eligible for food stamps. But AT&T is exploiting a loophole in the federal mandate to refuse those discounts to some qualified → Read More

Shipping delays plague iPhone 7 preorders

Shipping delays plague iPhone 7 preorders

Hands on with the iPhone 7 Be patient, Apple fans: You might not get your new iPhone for a while. Preorders began early Friday morning for the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus ahead of the September 16 release. But the overwhelming demand for the new black and jet black iPhones in particular is → Read More

The Pokemon Go 'watch' has arrived

The Pokemon Go 'watch' has arrived

Strangers are making eye contact because of Pokemon Go You can now play Pokemon Go without having to stare at your phone screen. Yay, right? Nintendo (NTDOF) and the Pokemon Company are finally releasing Pokemon Go Plus, a wearable accessory for the wildly popular smartphone game. The gadget will go on sale in most countries → Read More

Elon Musk: SpaceX rocket explosion is 'most difficult' failure in 14 years

Elon Musk: SpaceX rocket explosion is 'most difficult' failure in 14 years

Explosion at SpaceX launch pad at Cape Canaveral Elon Musk is still trying to pinpoint the source of a huge chain of explosions that destroyed SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket last week at Cape Canaveral. “Still working on the Falcon fireball investigation,” Musk said on Twitter. “Turning out to be the most difficult and complex failure → Read More

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