We’re going into Friday with some bad news for Sinemia and the potential for one-day default Amazon Prime shipping. Also: turn the tables on the CIA and follow them on Instagram Remember iFixit’s teardown of a pre-release Samsung Galaxy Fold? Great, now forget it. Samsung requested — via the “trusted partner” that provided the donor device — that iFixit pull its teardown, and the site complied voluntarily. Of course, the Internet Archive is still there if you really want to see the Fold’s hinge undressed, or you could wait for a new release date so iFixit can grab a retail model and find out what, if anything, is different.

Sony’s earnings report warns it expects to make even less profit in the next year, as PlayStation 4 sales slow down, and it invests in its replacement. In the last year, 17.8 million consoles were sold, less than the 19 million sold in 2017.After quickly rushing through a series of plan changes and account terminations, the subscription movie-theater ticket service has announced it’s shutting down. A note on the front page of Sinemia’s website confirms what subscribers have suspected, citing “unexpected legal proceedings” (including a patent lawsuit filed by MoviePass) and lack of capital. Instead, the company may pivot to building subscription services for theater owners.

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