Uber president resigns, Galaxy S8 images and prices leaked
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Uber president Jeff Jones has left ride [INAUDIBLE] service after little more than six month in the job.
This departure comes as the company grapples with multiple controversies, including allegations of sexual harassment and a dashboard video that surfaced of CEO Travis Kalanick showing him arguing with an Uber driver over fares.
Gadget leaker Evan Blass tweeted an image of what he claims is the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus.
Coming in three colors: black sky, orchid gray, and arctic silver.
In a later tweet, he claimed the S8 will cost 799 Euros and the S8+ 899 Euros.
Samsung will officially unveil the phones on March 29th.
Qualcom's new 205 chip set will bring fast data to simple phones.
Thanks to the Nokia 3310 reboot with its month long battery life retro feature phones are cool again.
But most lack support for 4G LTE networks.
The chip comes at a time when emerging markets like India and South Africa, where feature phones are popular, are building out 4G networks.
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