Note 7 recall will cost Samsung $3B. Let Tinder choose your photo
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Following the continuing fallout of the note seven recall, it appears the total price tag will cost Samsung about three billion dollars.
The company is also offering customers about 100 dollars for their devices if they choose another Samsung device.
The impact is sure to linger for the company not to mention the huge amount of waste the disposal of all these devices will create.
New machine learning features have been added to Google's photo service like the ability to make GIFs from videos, big sideways photos and more.
Best of all, this is live for all users of the service regardless of the platform you currently use.
And if these new features don't sound all that appealing to you there's always the option to disable them.
Tinder has a new algorithm that claims it knows which one of your profile photos is the best to feature first.
Tinder says its found a 12% uptick in matches when the algorithm is allowed to reorder photos.
If you're ready to put it to the test, the new smart photos feature will start to roll out in the coming days.
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