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Digital Trends Live - 2.15.19 - Samsung Accidentally Shows Off All New Wearables

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Digital Trends Live - 2.15.19 - Samsung Accidentally Shows Off All New Wearables

Digital Trends Live - 2.15.19 - Samsung Accidentally Shows Off All New Wearables

On today's episode: Samsung accidentally uploaded images of all of its new wearables to Android APK, JP Morgan launches first bank-backed cryptocurrency, original Mario NES game sold for over $100K, A.I.

Text tool is too dangerous for the public, Robomodix talking robot head is the future of info booths, Apple streaming vs the competition and unboxing the new Razer Blade Stealth - Quartz edition.

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