Hey there! We hope you enjoyed your Independence Day. You might have missed a Bluetooth cassette player (finally?), why the folding phone revolution is delayed and how Netflix pulled episodes of its own show for the first time.
Handler's talk show ran for two seasons, but it didn't manage to establish itself on Netflix, and the ax fell. Now, for the first time, the streaming service has pulled episodes of Chelsea, its own show -- perhaps due to the fact that the talk show format isn't well made for streaming and repeat viewing.
From the moment it was first teased last year, Samsung's Galaxy Fold convinced many that foldable phones were the next frontier to conquer. To no one's surprise, it wasn't long before competitors announced foldable plans of their own, feeding a cycle of hype that culminated at this year's Mobile World Congress. Samsung showed off the Galaxy Fold to the public (albeit, behind glass). Huawei and Motorola have similar promises -- but where are they?
With pop-out door handles, compact wing mirrors and a simple, oval-shaped front that houses the Honda badge and two bright, circular headlamps. It's a cute, nippy car with an underwhelming range, but it's still a prototype for now. Let's see what comes next.
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