We unfold Samsung's new folding phone; step through Portal, Facebook's new chat device; and examine how restaurant apps serve up your personal information.
Another week has come and gone. And what a week it was! The midterm elections reminded everyone of Facebook's problems with political advertising. T-Mobile said it's blocked more than 1 billion robocalls in the last year and a half. And Samsung demoed software that lets you control a TV with your brain.
If you missed anything, now's your chance to catch up.
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