Samsung gives Siri some competition and Nintendo has a hitIn this week's wrap-up, Samsung says it will introduce a new assistant with the Galaxy S8. Meanwhile, Nintendo's retro console is in short supply.
This is cnet, and here are the stories that matter write now. Samsung says it will bring a new digital assistant to life with the Samsung Galaxy S8 next year. Samsung will use technology from Viv, a company that specializes in artificial intelligence. That company was acquired by Samsung in October. Samsung also plans on bringing its assistant, rumored to be called Bixby, to its appliances and wearables as well. Nintendo's retro game console, the NES Classic was introduced and quickly sold out at online retailers. The device can be found online at resellers like eBay with big mark-ups. Some stores like Best Buy and Target are selling the NES classic in brick and mortar stores only. Snapchat's camera-equipped spectacles are on sale right now. They can be purchased for $130 from a Snapchat vending machine called Snapbot. It appears as though there's only one of these vending machines, and it will travel across the United States. To find out what a Snapbot is you can check out spectacle.com/map. Gopro issued a recall on it's brand new drone, The Karma. Gopro discovered that in a small number of cases, the botocoptor lost power during operation. The company sold about 2,500 Karma drones since they went on sale on October 23rd. Customers who purchased the drone can receive a full refund at the Gopro site. Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET's Tech Today app from the Apple App Store.