Samsung is going toof the Note 7 in Europe, in a bid to still have some phones to sell when it goes on general release. The South Korean mobile-maker reckons demand for its 5.7-inch stylus-wielding wonderphone has far outstripped its expectations. On this week's edition of the UK's best tech podcast we ponder whether Samsung could be artificially creating scarcity to drum up public interest, or whether it has genuinely misjudged demand -- a mistake that can prove costly.
After that, any illusions of genuine friendship among the podcast crew fall away as Luke and Andy row bitterly over whether it's time to scrap the decades-old 3.5mm headphone jack, as Apple isto be doing for the iPhone 7, and which .
Meanwhileabout TfL demanding drivers take an English-language test, (where it'll arrive with a hefty £549 price tag), the US power of the Internet's naming system and the world's is set to be built in the North Sea.
Oh, and did we mention the? The Airlander 10 is the world's largest aircraft, and just completed a historic flight over Bedfordshire.
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