Galaxy Fold screens are breaking, UK age verification starts this summer
This is cnet and hear the stories that matter right now just a single day after Samsung Samsung galaxy fold review units to journalists a number of outlets have had their fold screens break in one way or another writers from Bloomberg and the verge of experience separate issues but the end result is a malfunctioning inner screen.
There seems to be some controversy regarding a thin clear film that's placed on the inside, but we'll need to hear back from Samsung for more details.
As off now CNET's fold appears to be fine.
Microsoft president Brad Smith says the company turned down a California law enforcement agency and an unnamed country in their interest of acquiring facial recognition technology In fear that it would likely result in innocent women and minorities being held for questioning more often.
And finally, the UK's age verification law focused around online pornography will go into effect on July 15th.
It won��t be as easy as entering a birth date.
UK citizens must take an extra step to prove their age by entering credit card information or obtaining an age verification pass from the actual store.
The new law has gone through numerous delays with privacy concerns being its most common criticism.
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