Samsung’s dilemma: How to future proof a fridge

As appliances get smarter, it’s tougher to make them last for decades. Here’s what Samsung’s considering to make sure the fridge you buy this year isn’t obsolete next year.

CNET January 6, 2016

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Samsung’s dilemma: How to future proof a fridge

As appliances get smarter, it’s tougher to make them last for decades. Here’s what Samsung’s considering to make sure the fridge you buy this year isn’t obsolete next year.

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Intel looks beyond chip roots with drones, robots at CES

The company unveils a hoverboard-cum-robot, a portable drone and its plans to combat online harassment.

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Your robot double is ready to roll

Double Robotics hopes its $3,000 roaming iPad-on-a-stalk devices will attract more companies seeking to give their telecommuters a more interactive work environment.

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Netflix is now everywhere…except China

The company’s streaming-video service goes live in 130 new countries, tripling its list of territories. But, China still isn’t one of them.

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Twitter may soon let you write 2,000-word tweets

The social network, looking for ways to woo new users, is reportedly planning to allow 10,000-character tweets by the end of March.

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