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Samsung reveals new foldable phone, Motorola Razr reviews are in MWC and coronavirus: Sweeping restrictions in place as more companies pull back Google HR chief Eileen Naughton to step down amid employee tensions Uber, Postmates dealt blow as California judge denies injunction over gig worker law As new Boeing CEO takes over, it's unclear when the 737 Max will fly again Sony paid $229 million for Insomniac Games Coronavirus jolts tech firms as outbreak spreads: MWC bars some visitors from China Will Samsung Unpacked blow us away or bore us to tears? (The Daily Charge, 2/10/2020) Republican senator proposes FTC overhaul to target Google and Facebook Free 4K TV for your home is coming soon TCL cancels MWC 2020 press conference on coronavirus concerns Bill and Melinda Gates talk health and education in annual letter – Source CNET Tech

In today’s top stories, Samsung officially reveals its new foldable in an Oscars commercial, Motorola Razr reviews are in and Netflix has a disappointing showing at the Oscars.

Intel and Vivo join Sony, Amazon, LG, Ericsson and Nvidia in withdrawing from MWC in Barcelona as fears over the coronavirus loom large.

Naughton will remain at Google, though the company doesn’t know what her new role will be.

The two gig companies still have to answer to the state of California as their lawsuit against it plays out.

Two crashes killed 346 people and authorities are blaming Boeing’s design, a faulty sensor and airline staff. Plus: Everything you need to know about the plane’s other issues.

The maker of games like Ratchet and Clank and Marvel’s Spider-Man is now wholly owned by Sony.

The organizer of the huge global trade show won’t allow visitors from Hubei province, the epicenter of the outbreak.

Plus: Oscars winners and losers.

Sen. Josh Hawley from Missouri wants to dismantle the FTC and…

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