From The 3:59 show: Samsung is fortunate reviewers caught the breakage early.
An Earth Day reminder: All those iPhones don't recycle themselves.
Today's major tech headlines include Nintendo's Game Boy at 30, the CIA's warning that Huawei gets funding from Chinese state security and the lastest batch of Galaxy Note 10 rumors.
Netflix is the leader in streaming right now, but things are changing with increased competition from Amazon, Hulu, Apple and Disney.
A New York Times report alleges the company favored speed over safety while moving planes through production.
We learn how a fitness tracker won't necessarily make you healthy, what the Apple-Qualcomm settlement means for a future 5G device and what's up with the screen-fail on Samsung's new foldable phone.
Clearer rules for bitcoin and other virtual currencies will help the US innovate, argues Yang, a Democratic candidate for president.
This week's major tech stories include a few details about Sony's next PlayStation, broken Galaxy Fold review units and Amazon and Google finally playing nice.
Some clips of the massacre merely include warnings they may contain “violent or graphic content," according to Motherboard.
The Federal Trade Commission is reportedly looking into Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's past remarks about privacy.
If fitness is your priority, there are several new machines that can help you build your home gym. In this Tech Minute, we round up the latest home exercise equipment.
The company says it's still focused on job creation in the Badger State.
Sublime suburban chariot
High on style and technology, the 2019 Volvo XC90 is an incredibly satisfying everyday crossover.