Sep 18th 2016
This Week in Tech 580
The new jet black iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung officially recalls the Note 7, and the FBI will be able to legally hack anyone soon.
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- Tim Cook says augmented reality will be bigger than virtual reality
- The sold-out iPhone 7 Plus and jet black iPhone 7 won't be in stores tomorrow
- T-Mobile Tells Customers Not to Install iOS 10 on iPhone 6, 6 Plus, and SE
- It's Now Safe to Upgrade Your Old iPhone to iOS 10
- The Senior’s Guide to Online Safety
- Grammar Snob stickers for iMessage are ready to ruin your friendships
- iMessage gif search bans "butt" and "huge" due to undesirable results...
- No, hisses and buzzes aren't unique to iPhone 7 and aren't a problem
- Marshmallow reaches 18.7%, Nougat below 0.1% in September Android distribution numbers
- Google Allo may launch this week, according to Evan Blass
- You can now pre-order the second-gen Amazon Echo Dot for $50
- Samsung officially recalls Note 7 with U.S. CPSC, 92 incidents reported thus far
- Samsung's Galaxy Note7 IMEI tool is now live to tell you if a Note7 is explosive
- Samsung’s replacement Note 7s will be in US stores by September 21st
- The FAA asks airlines to prohibit powering up or charging the Galaxy Note 7 on flights
- Twitter counted over 2 million viewers for Thursday Night Football
- Twitter Introduces Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Xbox One Apps for Live Streaming Video
- Facebook is helping gather debate questions, what could go wrong?
- The Feds Will Soon Be Able to Legally Hack Almost Anyone