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Samsung puts the screws to iFixit, makes it remove the Galaxy Fold teardown

Ars Technica - 2 hours 37 min ago

Samsung Galaxy Fold

View more stories The Galaxy Fold delay has been an embarrassing mess for Samsung, and now the company is making things worse by targeting media outlets. Samsung has pressured iFixit to remove its Galaxy Fold teardown.

The Galaxy Fold teardown wasn't just a normal teardown. After the phone was delayed due to durability problems discovered by early reviewers, iFixit used the teardown to point out several flaws in its design.

When we wrote up iFixit's teardown, we openly wondered where the site managed to get a device that was never for sale and had all of its review units recalled. Apparently, the dubious origin of iFixit's Galaxy Fold (and the embarrassment of having the site poke holes in your $2000 smartphone design) was enough to draw Samsung's retaliation.

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Dilbert - 4 hours 43 min ago
Categories: Geek

Amazon plans to make Prime shipping one-day by default

Ars Technica - 5 hours 15 min ago

Enlarge / A drone with an Amazon package floats in front of the Amazon logistics center in Leipzig, Germany, 28 October 2014. Amazon did not comment on whether drones will fuel this default one-day speed boost for paying Amazon Prime subscribers' deliveries. (credit: Alamy / dpa Picture Alliance)

Amazon's latest earnings conference call included the reveal of a major shift for the paid Amazon Prime subscription service: an "evolution" to one-day shipping as a nationwide default.

"We're currently working on evolving our Prime free two-day shipping program to be a free one-day shipping program," Amazon CFO Brian Olsavsky said in the company's quarterly investor relations call. The news came as a response to questions about both incremental-spending and revenue-acceleration predictions in certain portions of the company's Q2 financial guidance, which Olsavsky said revolved significantly around this push for faster default Amazon Prime shipping speeds.

Amazon has not yet formally announced this initiative via any of its news or PR channels, and Olsavsky did not offer an estimate of exactly when this would become a nationwide default for the subscription service.

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