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2024-05-24 13:15:08| Engadget

Manufacturers may hate independent repair stores, but Samsung and Apple appeared to accept the direction the political wind was blowing in. Sadly, Samsungs warm-hearted embrace of third party repair may not have been as loving as had originally been suggested. Details of the contract the Korean giant asks repair stores to sign include some pretty user-unfriendly rules. That includes sending your details and device identification to HQ, including all of the details of your repair issue. And, if your phone is found to be using an aftermarket, or non-Samsung part, the store has to instantly disassemble it and raise the alarm. Thats quite problematic, and also probably in violation of US laws around the right to use third-party parts for repair. The repair gurus at iFixit announced that it was ending its partnership with Samsung around the same time. iFixit said there were irreconcilable differences between the pairs philosophies, like the high price of replacement parts and the mostly-unrepairable nature of Samsungs phones. Dan Cooper The biggest stories you might have missed OpenAI scraps controversial nondisparagement agreement with employees Meta and Google want to make AI deals with Hollywood studios Netflixs cozy take on Animal Crossing hits Android and iOS in June Robocaller behind AI Biden deepfake faces charges and hefty FCC fine Google plans to run a fiber optic cable from Kenya to Australia Atari just bought Intellivision, putting an end to the very first console war The next Call of Duty is Black Ops 6 Leica takes on Fujifilm with the compact D-Lux 8 Microsoft's Azure AI Speech lets Truecaller users create an AI assistant with their own voice You can get these reports delivered daily direct to your inbox. Subscribe right here! Ticketmaster owner sued by DOJ and 30 attorneys general over alleged monopoly Its alleged control of the live ticket marketplace harms consumers. The Justice Department and 30 state and district attorneys general have slapped a big pile of legal documents down on Ticketmaster owner Live Nations desk. They allege the company has the live entertainment industry in a chokehold, harming fans, promoters and artists. And, if this lawsuit really was prompted by the issues people faced while trying to get tickets to Taylor Swifts Eras tour, then we all know who to thank if Live Nation gets broken up. Continue Reading. Spotifys Car Thing will soon transform into Spotifys Car Brick Gee, thanks guys. Billy Steele for Engadget Spotifys Car Thing, a hardware product bringing streaming audio to less well-equipped cars, will soon be no more. The company announced that the product will stop working on December 9, as an attempt to streamline its offerings. If you bought a Car Thing, for the admittedly cheap price of $90, before they were discontinued in 2022, theres not much you can do about it. Continue Reading. Kobo Clara Colour review: Judging books by their covers is now more fun Its sure to provoke envious glances from Kindle users. Amy Skorheim for Engadget Color e-readers arent new, but Kobo has managed to beat Amazon to the punch with its Clara Color. Weve put this model through its paces and found that it beats the socks off any of its rivals with fast processing and a great display. Unfortunately, the downside is the same as always: Its not a Kindle, and so youre losing out on the vastness of Amazons library. Continue Reading.This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://www.engadget.com/the-morning-after-samsungs-secret-war-on-repair-111508423.html?src=rss


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