Gadgets and apps that made their mark in 2016

Samsung is expected to recover from the negative effects caused by the burning Galaxy Note 7 smartphone earlier this year.

Various airlines banned customers from boarding flights if they were in possession of the newly-released smartphones.

702's Bruce Whitfield spoke to author of The Techie Guy, Liron Segev, about the best gadgets and apps of 2016.

They were so busy trying to beat their competitor Apple when they were launching the new iPhone7.

Liron Segev, author of The Techie Guy

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