The Seoul Central District Court in South Korea issued an arrest warrant for Jay Y Lee, acting head of Samsung, alleging bribery, perjury, and embezzlement. The court is seeking his arrest as a way to prevent the destruction of evidence or fleeing the country.
Twitter has begun rolling out a temporary throttle for accounts seen as abusive. If Twitter detects that the content of your Tweet has violated their rules, they will send you a notification that says your account features have been temporarily limited.
Google Home users can now purchase everyday items from companies like Costco, Whole Foods, Bed Bath & Beyond, and more thanks to new support for Google Express. Users must enter payment info into the Home app to get started.
We talk about Snap's lowered IPO valuations, advancements in Google's plan to spread internet through the world with balloons, and the results of Monopoly's online poll to oust one of their beloved game pieces.
Rhett Allain from Wired also explains the physics behind wireless charging.
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- Samsung Group Heir Jay Y. Lee Is Arrested on Bribery Allegations
- Twitter Is Now Temporarily Throttling Reach Of Abusive Accounts
- Google Home now lets you shop by voice just like Amazon’s Alexa
- Snap Set to Pitch $3.2 Billion Share Sale to Voteless Investors
- A breakthrough in Alphabet’s balloon-based internet project means it might actually work
- Wireless power transmission safely charges devices anywhere within a room
- Wi-Fi Charging Works, But It Can’t Really Power Your Phone
- The Physics of Wireless Charging
- How Can You Increase Smartphone Battery Life?
- 'Braille Kindle' developed for the blind: Tactile tablet will allow people to feel images and text on the screen
- Say goodbye to this classic Monopoly token