Exhibiting white goods pride is Kogan.com, offering a "new price benchmark set for fridges, dishwashers, washing machines, dryers and more" in an assault on the home appliances market.
When technology becomes so ubiquitous and advanced that it melts into the background of life and even becomes invisible, that’s the ultimate “new normal”, but before we get there, Samsung’s “new normal” is here.
Samsung has seen at least two reports of its Galaxy S7 Edge exploding, and US authorities are warning of exploding washing machines and an accidentally crushed tablet burnt on a plane.
Over two years since the recall of 144,000 Samsung washing machines, a third are still stuck in Australian homes, posing a ‘serious fire risk to the community.’
Ok, so it’s not SKINET: Samsung’s Korean Internet of New Things, or SKYNET from the Terminator series; it’s a realistic start for Samsung’s IoT revolution.
Consumer advocacy group Choice’s latest campaign concerns its crushing of Samsung’s wishy washy washing-machine recall spin cycle.
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