We had an interesting mix of Apple rumors, laboratory innovations and thrill-seeking inventors make news yesterday. Here's what you may have missed... •The father of the camera phone is sailing across the pacific, but he took the time to answer a few questions. •iPhone nano rumors are back. •Colorware will make your already fresh iPhone even fresher. •Your plants will now call and remind you when they're being neglected. •Apple files a patent for a wireless iPod...what next? •Ooma launches, wants free VoIP for all. •Robotic fly actually flies for the first time. •Samsung lets you edit video on your cellphone. •We like the new Sony Ericsson smartphone. •Trips to space, starting at $100 million.
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Earlier today multiple reports emerged online from tech reviewers who were dealing with extremely borked Samsung Galaxy Folds mere days after receiving them. One of the primary reasons for the device breaking seems to have been from the plastic film being removed from the screens. As it turns out, you're really not supposed to.
Just days after Samsung gave its $US2,000 ($2,778) foldable smartphone to reviewers, a troubling number of journalists say their Galaxy Fold units are all jacked up.