Samsung in hot water, and will Apple abandon the butterfly keyboard?
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Reddit's technology subreddit has been shut down for independence day as part of the strike against social media.
Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger calls for people to avoid posting on sites like Facebook and Twitter in response to growing conscience about the privacy of users data.
But Reddit tech fans need not fear, normal services are to be restored on July 5.
Smartphone giant Samsung is in hot water accused of misleading customers in regards to Galaxy S water resistance.
An Australian consumer watchdog is taking the manufacturer to court for false advertising.
Claiming Samsung advertisement showed galaxy S phone used in situations they shouldn't be used.
Samsung plans to defend itself in court saying it stands by the marketing and advertising of its smartphones.
And finally, Apple looks set to ditch the butterfly switch.
The controversial keyboard switch using Mac since 2015 is likely to be replaced with a new scissor-switch design.
According to analyst mean cheap quote, Apple users have found the butterfly switches to be easily damaged but the new design will give the keys better travel and durability.
Giving Mac Book users a reason to get back on board.
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