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Talking about the demise of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Brett Deister September 12, 2016


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The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is not having a good year. It was released to a lot of praise, but, that quickly turned into exploding phones. Now government agencies are telling not to use this phone. I was thinking of buying one, but, not anymore. I like to have my phone not set fire to my place. Samsung needs to can get this crisis taken care of. It has hurt it’s brand big time. Just like Twitter, this is not their year. Twitter is trying to find that sweet spot for growth. Lately, it is testing tools and notification to get people to say on Twitter. It needs to find that cool factor again. I do not think it’s there yet, but, it can get it’s mojo back.

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    Talking about the demise of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7
    Brett Deister

Tech News Decoded:
It’s not looking good for Samsung
ACLU wants Obama to pardon Snowden
Twitter is finally updating its 140 character limit
Twitter informs you when your favorite live streamer is streaming
Messengers revamp payments, bots, and ads
Netflix does not like data caps
Coding Confessional lets coder share their true feelings
Google shows you how it does copyright claims
LinkedIn goes lite in India
eBay wants to buy your smartphone
Google has some vulnerabilities
Tim Cook says something about Macs
MIT can finally judge a book by its cover.
Apps/Programs to Try:
Single
Daisy
Material Dock for the iPhone 7 and Watch
Google Cardboard for iOS
voteplz
Tweetable Quotes:
I feel for the Samsung Marketing and PR teams

The two things Facebook loves to do: place ads everywhere and copy Snapchat.

4 years without updating your Mac line is too long.

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PR/Marketing Pro, writer, live stream gamer, the host of Digital Coffee Podcast.

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