Uber settles with FTC and Samsung plans to explain Note 7 explosions
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Uber has agreed to pay a $20 million fine to resolve a complaints made by the FTC, that claims the ride shoring company misled its drivers about potential salary totals.
The commission found that only 10% of drivers make the salaries that were being advertised in the number of cities.
This is just one of a number of various settlements Uber has been involved in as of late.
While the NHTSA has concluded its investigation of the fatal accident involving Tesla, in which it found no fault in the car's autopilot feature, there have been new revelations regarding the autosteer technology in general.
Since its installation, Tesla crashes have dropped by nearly 40%.
And finally, Samsung will hold a press conference this Sunday that will explain why the company's Galaxy Note7 experienced numerous issues that caused a worldwide recall.
Word is the blame will fall mostly on the battery, but we'll know for sure soon.
You can watch the stream live at samsung.com.
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