U.S. regulators warn consumers about exploding Samsung washers

U.S. regulators warn consumers about exploding Samsung washers

Certain models between March 2011 and April 2016 are thought to be affected. These models were demonstrated at CES in 2013. Image: David Becker/Getty Images By Tim Chester2016-09-28 21:34:25 UTC First it was the smartphones, now it’s the washing machines. In the same month that Samsung admitted it knows of at least 35 instances of Note7 batteries exploding or catching fire amid a nationwide recall in the U.S., the company is also having to deal with reports that some of its top-loading washers are also exploding. The Consumer Product Safety…

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How to Tell Google What Your Content Means

How to Tell Google What Your Content Means

Search engines love content. That’s what they eat all day long, and they use HTML code to figure out what all those web pages say. The problem is that sometimes they don’t know what you mean by what you say. Have you ever done a search for a product or service and find the occasional odd result mixed in with what you thought you were looking for? The image above is an obvious case where Google might get confused but fear not – a new form of mark-up call rich…

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New South Wales' new logo and slogan slips by unnoticed – almost

New South Wales' new logo and slogan slips by unnoticed – almost

When Victoria unveiled its new state logo and tagline to much fanfare in August, the New South Wales premier, Mike Baird, was quick to get a jibe in. — Mike Baird (@mikebairdMP) August 12, 2015 *offer excludes harbour, infrastructure and sunshine pic.twitter.com/kj8S5qrP9D But at least people noticed Victoria had a new logo. Perhaps wary of similar negative publicity, New South Wales seems to have changed its corporate branding with no fanfare at all. In fact, the new logo and slogan appear to have been in place for at least a…

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