Now it seems Samsung wants in on the game, as the company has today officially revealed its own smart assistant.Named Bixby, the service will launch alongside the Samsung Galaxy S8 next week, and mark the company’s most ambitious software release to date. Samsung clearly has high hopes for the software, which it says is part of the company’s attempts to improve relationships between man and machine.

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S.; it says there were 26 reports of burns and 55 reports of property damage.

A man in Florida says his vehicle caught fire when the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone charging inside his SUV burst into flames.

“(We) have decided to halt production and sales of the Galaxy Note 7 in order to consider our consumers’ safety first and foremost,” the South Korean firm wrote in a filing to the Seoul stock exchange, reports.

(The Note 7 is essentially the larger version of the Galaxy S7, which hasn’t been affected by the problems plaguing the Note 7.) But why is Samsung ending production of its popular smartphone less than two months after it launched? 19 The latest of Samsung’s large-screened, stylus-toting Android smartphones launches on August 19.

Samsung’s market value drops Samsung’s market value begins to plummet as shares fall to their lowest level in nearly two months on Sept. Investors wipe 15.9 trillion won (.3 billion) off the South Korean firm’s market capitalization as a series of warnings from regulators and airlines around the world raised fears for the future of the device.

“Some said initially the Galaxy Note 7 could be the best smartphone ever, but now it’s possible the phone will go down as the worst ever,” IBK Securities analyst Lee Seung-woo says, predicting weak sales in the fourth quarter.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is just days away from its official release.

Set to be unveiled at an event in New York on March 29th, anticipation is continuing to build for Samsung’s next flagship smartphone.

TIME describes it as “a modest but welcome improvement over its predecessor, offering a more ergonomic design, an enhanced stylus, the same camera as its Galaxy S7 cousin, and some software tweaks” and awards it 4.5 out of 5 stars.