Samsung Delays Galaxy Fold Launch to Address Broken Screens

Samsung Delays Galaxy Fold Launch to Address Broken Screens

Samsung will not debut its Galaxy Fold smartphone in the U.S. on Friday, as originally planned. “You can’t make a second impression,” a tech reviewer tells Cheddar.
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Trump Tariffs Are Making Retailers and Consumers Nervous

Trump Tariffs Are Making Retailers and Consumers Nervous

With trade talks between Beijing and Washington stalled as of Friday afternoon, retailers are now scurrying to mitigate the impact of Trump’s decision to raise tariffs on more than $200 billion worth of imports from China.
Across the Aisle: Texas Congressmen React to Trump's Immigration Plan

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Lone Star State congressmen, Rep. Al Green, a Democrat, and Rep. Will Hurd, a Republican, express their thoughts and concerns regarding President Trump's most recently unveiled immigration plan.
Challenging Food Delivery Services, Amazon Makes Major Investment in Deliveroo

Challenging Food Delivery Services, Amazon Makes Major Investment in Deliveroo

Amazon has invested in a $575 million funding round for the London-based food delivery platform, Deliveroo, entering the e-commerce giant into a crowded market of competitors like Uber Eats, DoorDash, and Seamless.
The Diner Was the ‘Original Social Network,’ Denny’s Exec Says

The Diner Was the ‘Original Social Network,’ Denny’s Exec Says

John Dillon, Denny’s chief brand officer, says the chain has worked to bring back that sense of community to its restaurant. The diner has already remodeled and updated the menus at 80 percent of its locations in the U.S.
Huawei: U.S. Ban Will Hurt American Jobs

Huawei: U.S. Ban Will Hurt American Jobs

As Huawei was added to the Commerce Department "Entity List" forbidding U.S. businesses from supplying them, the Chinese telecom giant insists the move will only hurt American workers who build much of the equipment the company purchases.
Philo CEO Wants Watching TV to Be a Social Experience

Philo CEO Wants Watching TV to Be a Social Experience

Philo CEO Andrew McCollum wants to build functionality into TV products to create a "two-way platform" that will make watching an interactive, social experience.
North Carolina Sues Juul for Marketing E-Cigarettes to Kids

North Carolina Sues Juul for Marketing E-Cigarettes to Kids

North Carolina is taking legal action against the e-cigarette company Juul for allegedly marketing their products to attract minors according to the state's Attorney General Josh Stein.
The Fake Sounds Companies Add To Products

The Fake Sounds Companies Add To Products

There's a reason your vacuum, car, potato chips, and many other products are way louder than they need to be. Cheddar explains why sound design is so important for products, and how that subconsciously affects us on a daily basis.