Samsung's foldable phone breaks as reporters test it

Samsung to inspect phone units as reports indicate the phone broke or became dented just two days after use.
0:50 | 04/18/19

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Today's tech rights possible problems for Samsung's new portable phone reporter assessing them out to the pilots have already broken or been dented after just two days. And that could be user air Samsung says it plans to quote thoroughly inspect the units. Doctors are warning that preschoolers who spend a lot of time looking at screens have a much higher risk of ADHD. Researchers found children under five Medina and two or more hours a day were nearly eight times more likely to show symptoms of Haiti ADHD. Compared to those spending thirty minutes or less screen time per day. Finally the news Subaru Outback have a high tech way to keep drivers' attention on the road. The company says Italy is facial recognition technology to identify signs of driver fatigue or distraction. If detected the vehicle alerts the driver that's a really good idea goes your tech buying have a great day.

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