Samsung to fix S10 flaw, Venmo to introduce credit card
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Samsung says it will be rolling out a fix for a Galaxy S10 issue.
According to a report, the in screen fingerprint scanner could be fooled if there's a certain type of screen protector on top of it.
Apparently, the scanner is recognizing the protector when pressed.
And not the actual fingerprint.
This leads the device to be unlocked.
Venmo is introducing its own credit card next year.
This is thanks to a partnership between Venmo parent company PayPal and Synchrony Financial.
Synchrony also is the banking backbone for store credit cards by Amazon, Guitar Center, and others.
People will be able to apply for the new Venmo credit card using the Venmo app.
Tesla will be able to produce its vehicles in China.
The ministry of industry and information technology put the company on its list of approved automakers.
Tesla is building a $2 billion factory in Shanghai.
Which should help the company meet demand.
The Shanghai facilities also Tesla's first Non Us factory stay up to date with the latest by visiting cnet.com
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