24 Turbulent Hours For Trump’s Children:
The Trump kids aren’t alright.
The iPhone 7 Hits Stores — But Some Models Are Already Sold Out:
Eager customers joined long lines in cities like Sydney and Hong Kong on Friday as the new models went on sale, more than a week after they were unveiled.
Apple (Tech30) is releasing the phones, which are water resistant and feature beefed-up cameras, in more than 25 countries around the world. But people who haven’t reserved one in advance won’t be able to be too picky about the color.,
They’ll be available at Apple stores, carriers and retail partners. Many locations planned to open their doors an hour early to accommodate the anticipated demand.
‘America’s Got Talent’ Crowns Grace VanderWaal As Winner:
Fans of this season’s “America’s Got Talent” were probably not all that surprised by the winner.
Ellen DeGeneres Goes Shopping With FLOTUS:
First lady on aisle 4.
“You are not a good person to shop with,” joked Obama, who will vacate the White House when her husband’s term expires in January.
U.S. Formally Recalls Samsung Galaxy Note 7:
Federal consumer safety regulators on Thursday formally recalled 1 million Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after dozens of users reported the device caught fire while charging.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission told customers to “immediately stop using and power down” the device.
Samsung () said on September 2 that it would stop selling Galaxy Note 7s. The company has received 92 reports of the batteries overheating in the U.S., including 26 reports of burns and 55 reports of property damage from fires, the CPSC said.
The federal agency says Note 7 users can get a free replacement from Samsung, their wireless carrier or the retail outlet where the bought the phone. The new Note 7 will be in most stores no later than Sept. 21, Samsung said Thursday.
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