Mighty Neptune has blown his horn, ushering the water-resistantand into his watery domain. By which I mean, Apple's new phones are . Starting in Australia, the global debut begins with the accustomed level of whooping, queuing and spending -- even after Apple warned stock of the most desirable models is already running dry.
We get Katie's view of the London launch, plus all the tech news that's fit to jabber about on the UK's best tech podcast. The US government is here's Samsung's page on what to do, and how to contact UK networks and retailers., telling owners to stop using their phones immediately. If you're in the UK and own a Note 7, it's time to turn it off and exchange it --
We explain what's going on (and pontificate on what it could mean for Samsung), then leap into a big pile of loose news -- from, to Amazon bringing a . Oh, and you'll hear from the man who convinced Lego to build a , which you can buy next month.
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