Backbytes: Samsung doubles-down on ghastly internet-connected fridges

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Taking no notice of us, Samsung introduces connected refrigerators you can talk to

At last year's annual tat-fest in Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Samsung showed off the truly awful internet-connected refrigerator, which could do fabulous things like take pictur...

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