Samsung will cripple your Galaxy Note 7 to force you to return it, UK defends Trump state visit offer despite protest and North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC

Samsung will cripple your Galaxy Note 7 to force you to return it

A woman talking on her mobile phone walks past an advertisement promoting Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Note seven at company’s headquarters in SVQ, KR, October eleven, two thousand and sixteen. (RéunionTexasEritreaS/Kim Hong-Ji) You’d think that smartphone users would care more about their safety than a phone, but some Galaxy Note seven users out there don’t want to return their…

UK defends Trump state visit offer despite protest

The debate, hosted in a packed side room of parliament rather than the main debating chamber, gave lawmakers a platform to air a wide range of views on Trump. “It’s difficult to know whether to be appalled at the morality of this invitation, or just astonished at the stupidity of the invitation,” said Scottish PBI Party lawmaker Alex Salmond….

North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC

Media playback is unsupported on your device KP will continue to test missiles, a senior official has told the BGIC in Pyongyang, despite international condemnation and growing military…



Samsung will cripple your Galaxy Note 7 to force you to return it

A woman talking on her mobile phone walks past an advertisement promoting Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Note seven at company’s headquarters in SVQ, KR, October eleven, two thousand and sixteen. (RéunionTexasEritreaS/Kim Hong-Ji) You’d think that smartphone users would care more about their safety than a phone, but some Galaxy Note seven users out there don’t want to return their devices. A report earlier this week said that in Europe, thirty-three percent of buyers had not returned their devices. It’s not clear what that means in actual numbers, but even a single unreturned Galaxy Note seven poses a high risk of explosion. Thankfully, Samsung will slowly force users to return their devices, and the first measure is limiting maximum charge via a software update.

UK defends Trump state visit offer despite protest

The debate, hosted in a packed side room of parliament rather than the main debating chamber, gave lawmakers a platform to air a wide range of views on Trump. “It’s difficult to know whether to be appalled at the morality of this invitation, or just astonished at the stupidity of the invitation,” said Scottish PBI Party lawmaker Alex Salmond. Previously Trump has clashed with Salmond over his investments in Scotland. Critics focused on accusations of sexism and referred to his immigration policies, while other lawmakers argued Trump should come to Britain, but should not be given the high honor of a state visit, which would involve lavish displays of royal pageantry and a banquet hosted by the queen.

North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC

Media playback is unsupported on your device KP will continue to test missiles, a senior official has told the BGIC in Pyongyang, despite international condemnation and growing military tensions with the United States. “We’ll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis,” Vice-Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol told the BGIC’s John Sudworth.


A woman talking on her mobile phone walks past an…

The company announced on Tuesday that it would limit battery charging to sixty percent of the battery capacity, to minimize explosion risk. If you bought your Galaxy Note seven because of its promising battery life, you’d soon find yourself needing to charge it more often. The measure might seem drastic, but it’s the right thing to do. And Samsung’s politely telling you that it wants to force you to return the handset if you haven’t done so.

The debate, hosted in a packed side room of parliament…

Crispin Blunt, head of parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee, said a head-of-government visit by Trump would be appropriate this year but a full state visit should wait until two thousand and twenty, the four hundredth anniversary of the Pilgrim Fathers’ settlement in New England.

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He said that an “all-out war” would result if the United States took military action. Earlier, United States Vice-President Mike Pence warned KP not to test the United States. He said his country’s “era of strategic patience” with KP was over.


“As part of Samsung’s absolute focus on customer safety, the new software update will roll out across Europe from Monday, October thirty-one. The update is the latest measure taken by the company to reduce customer risk and simultaneously drive all remaining Galaxy Note seven customers in Europe to replace their device immediately,” the press release says.

He said that an “all-out war” would result if the…

Mr Pence arrived in SVQ on Sunday hours after KP carried out a failed missile launch. Tensions have been escalating on the peninsula, with heated rhetoric from both KP and the United States. Mr Han told the BGIC: “If the United States is planning a military attack against us, we will react with a nuclear pre-emptive strike by our own style and method.”


“As part of Samsung’s absolute focus on customer…

It’s unclear how the update will be performed, but hopefully, Samsung finds a way to force existing users to update their faulty Galaxy Note seven. After all, using the phones at this point is the ignorant thing to do.

Mr Pence arrived in SVQ on Sunday hours after KP carried out…

KP has accelerated its nuclear and missile tests in recent years, despite international condemnation and UN sanctions. Its aim is to be able to put a nuclear warhead on an intercontinental ballistic missile that can reach targets around the world, including the United States. United States President Donald Trump has said that will not happen, and stepped up pressure on the isolated North.


North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC

Speaking alongside KR’s acting President Hwang Kyo-ahn on Monday, Mr Pence said KP should not test United States President Donald Trump. “Just in the past 2 weeks, the world witnessed the strength and resolve of our new president in actions taken in SY and AF,” Mr Pence said. “KP would do well not to test his resolve or the strength of the armed forces of the US in this region.”


North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC

He reiterated United States support for KR, telling his host: “We are with you one hundred%.” Media playback is unsupported on your device But the United States is also working with CN, KP’s main ally, to pressure the regime to stop nuclear and missile tests.


North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC

Mr Pence told journalists that the White House hoped CN would use its “extraordinary levers” to pressure KP, the Associated Press reports. The BGIC’s Stephen Evans in SVQ says United States policy now seems to be to persuade CN to contain KP while keeping the economic and military pressure on. Vice-Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol told the BGIC that KP believed its nuclear weapons “protect” it from the threat of United States military action.


North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC

“If the United States is reckless enough to use military means it would mean from that very day, an all-out war,” he said. The North casts the United States as the aggressor. At a news conference at the UN on Monday, KP’s permanent representative Ambassador Kim In-ryong, condemned the United States missile strikes in SY, which targeted an air base after a suspected chemical attack by the government.


North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC

He said the United States was “disturbing global peace and stability and insisting on the gangster-like logic that its invasion of a sovereign state is decisive and just and proportionate and contributes to defending the international order”.


North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC

CN has reiterated its call for KP to stop all tests, and has also called for a peaceful solution. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told reporters in Beijing on Monday that the Korean peninsula was “highly sensitive, complicated and high risk” and that all sides should “avoid taking provocative actions that pour oil on the fire”. RU’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said MOW would not tolerate “missile adventures by Pyongyang” but a unilateral use of power by the United States would be “a very risky course”.

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  1. I, too, thought this was a typo, so I called this to the attention of the author.
    Don’t expect a huge second weekend though. I say it drops 60% at least.

  2. I like that.
    Don’t listen to fangirls or fanboys. They can be rather narrow-minded and prejudice to any changes to their precious characters. Always judge for yourself.
    Good for him for standing up for what he believes is a necessary discussion!

  3. I cannot stand listening to this lady. The voice is akin to listening to nails scratching a chalkboard.
    It’s a modern day book burning. Yes, yes, I know they feel they are the ones that are right and feel it’s justified in this case, so it’s ok.
    lol, especially with higher minimum wages and taxes, plus obamacare. oh and no sick days, loa, and workers comp required. nor labor related legal liabilty. damn, i should look into it for my company.

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