Leaked footage of the Galaxy S8, Nintendo says dead pixels are normal
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The hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S8 is less than a month away and leaks are coming thick and fast including this very short unofficial video on YouTube that appears to show-off the rumored edge-to-edge display and black of a home button.
We'll find out if the rumors are true when Samsung drops the real thing on the 29th of March.
Nintendo Switch owners are taking to Reddit with reports of dead pixels on their devices built in screens.
Frustratingly though, Nintendo's online troubleshooting page informed Switch fans that stuck or dead pixels are a characteristic of LCD screens.
These are normal and should not be considered a defect.
And finally, electric car and space rocket entrepreneur Elon Musk tweeted and image of a baseball cap featuring an image of The Boring Company.
The Tesla CEO has been talking recently about his idea for alleviating L.A's infamous traffic congestion by digging tunnels.
Is this a sign that the tech superstar's next project could be underground?
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