Samsung's gonna Samsung.
Qualcomm has to change how it patents its cellular modem tech; Netflix is getting into animated series; Microsoft's Cortona boss is leaving the company.
Samsung is teasing a foldable phone and Lime wants its users to stay safe. In non-tech news, Tuesday is Election Day in the United States. Don't miss the chance to have your vote heard.
Tesla's legal problems are still worsening; the iPhone may switch to 5G as early as 2020; Amazon's choice of location for its new HQ is narrowing.
Uber has created a perks system for drivers, Google saw protests at its campuses around the world, and Apple is changing how it reports its earnings every quarter.
Twitter seeks more detail about spam posts; Apple halts the distribution of an Apple Watch update that may be breaking some watches; and autonomous delivery robots are loosed upon the citizens of Milton Keynes.
As expected, Apple had a lot of news to share today about Macs and iPad. Elsewhere, NASA has said goodbye to a workhorse of a space telescope.
The OnePlus 6T is here, as is the RED Hydrogen One, and the two phones couldn't be more different. Meanwhile, Apple is prepping for its iPad and Mac event in New York City.
IBM buys Red Hat; Twitter admits it failed to suspend a suspected bomber after death threats he made; and a social-media network finds it hard to do business after hosting the anti-Semitic thoughts of a mass-murder suspect.
The New York Times alleged that Google paid off executives accused of sexual misconduct; the Wall Street Journal detailed Netflix's firing practices; and the Library of Congress hands a win to the "right to repair" movement.