The biggest tech stories of the day include Uber's FTC settlement and new data on Tesla's autopilot feature. Plus Samsung plans to explain why its Note 7 was forced to be recalled around the world.
Phones that have no borders around their displays make us say, "Hnnnnnnnnnng."
The results of the company's internal investigation could be announced January 23, according to a report. The Note 7 nightmare continues to linger as thousands of Verizon customers are still using the dangerous phone.
Jay Y. Lee has been accused of using bribery in exchange for political favors.
Seriously, we want to know why thousands of people are still holding onto their potentially explosive phones. Also on the podcast, we chat about why governments are so bad at social media.
Commentary: Samsung will tell the world what made Note 7 phones explode in the first place. It's the company's chance to be open and honest about what went wrong.
To persuade people to stop using the recalled handset, the carrier plans to reroute all non-911 outgoing calls to its customer service reps.
Commentary: A rumored phone case hints that the S Pen may show up on the Galaxy S8, but that doesn't fit with what we know of Samsung's Galaxy and Note phones.
Two new videos from Samsung's display division show off a new phone that might be the upcoming Galaxy S8.
A sneak peek? Samsung's new display ad showed off an unnamed phone, but is it the Samsung phone we've all been waiting for?
On this week's show, we discuss LG's skinny TV and hear what Ron Swanson makes of the tech scene.
Screen quality is a critical ingredient of a great tablet.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.