Daily Crunch: Samsung responds to Galaxy Fold concerns

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1. Samsung responds to reviewer complaints about its star system Fold phone

Samsung has issued a statement about its brand-new folding phone. Apparently a number of reviewers either mistakenly destroyed their phone screens or had the screens bork on them after a few days of use.

In response, the company said it “will thoroughly inspect these units in person to determine the cause of the matter.”

2. Pinterest prices IPO above range

The company will vend 75 million shares of Class a common stock at $19 apiece in a benefaction that should attract $1.4 billion in brand-new capital for the visual search motor.

3. Apple expands international recycling programs, announces brand-new Material Recovery Lab in Austin

Apple says it’s construction a brand-new, 9,000-square-foot Material Recovery Lab based in Austin, Texas, focused on discovering future recycling processes.

distinctive advice Robert Mueller (L) arrives at the U.S. Capitol for closed meeting with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee June 21, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

4. The Mueller Report

Granted, this isn’t primarily a tech tale, but it’s obviously going to be the gigantic news of the day, and tech plays a key role. Check out all our coverage of the latest developments at the link above.

5. Twitter acqui-hires highlight-sharing app Highly

The company is scooping up the faction behind highlight-sharing app Highly. This talent could aid Twitter build its own model of Highly or develop other ways to excerpt the best content from websites and get it into the timeline.

6. Phantom Auto raises $13.5M to extend remote driving business to delivery bots and forklifts

Autonomous vehicles are solid and everyone seems to be waking up to that fact. Companies like Phantom Auto are expanding into brand-new areas as they wait for autonomous car developers to capture up.

7. Salesforce is buying MapAnything, a startup that raised over $84M

MapAnything helps companies build location-based workflows, something that could come in user-friendly for sales or service calls.


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