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minneapolis city council unanimously revokes landlord's rental licenses


the minneapolis city council unanimously revoked 60 rental licenses belonging to landlord steve frenz on friday, culminating a two year saga that began when low income tenants sued him over heating problems, vermin and bedbugs in their apartments.he is banned from renting in minneapolis for five years.frenz, who has been one of the city’s biggest landlords, can appeal the revocation to the state court of appeals, but the council voted to deny his request to stay enforcement while an appeal is pending.frenz did not respond to requests for comment.the revocation was prompted by the discovery that frenz and spiros zorbalas jointly owned his rental property. in 2011, the council voted to prohibit zorbalas from renting apartments in minneapolis. frenz announced he had bought out zorbalas, but d






minneapolis city council unanimously revokes landlord's rental licenses


the minneapolis city council unanimously revoked 60 rental licenses belonging to landlord steve frenz on friday, culminating a two-year saga that began when low-income tenants sued him over heating problems, vermin and bedbugs in their apartments.he is banned from renting in minneapolis for five years.frenz, who has been one of the city’s biggest landlords, can appeal the revocation to the state court of appeals, but the council voted to deny his request to stay enforcement while an appeal is pending.frenz did not respond to requests for comment.the revocation was prompted by the discovery that frenz and spiros zorbalas jointly owned his rental property. in 2011, the council voted to prohibit zorbalas from renting apartments in minneapolis. frenz announced he had bought out zorbalas, but d






minneapolis denies rental licenses for 16 apartment buildings


the city of minneapolis has denied rental licenses to the buyers of 16 buildings sold by troubled landlord steve frenz, out of concern frenz and spiros zorbalas still have a financial interest in the properties.frenz and zorbalas sold the properties to eight buyers in recent months after the city moved to take away frenz’s rental licenses. the city’s recent actions create new uncertainty for hundreds of tenants, who are now paying rent to landlords who have no authority to collect it.“the tenants are really stressed,” said roberto de la riva, an organizer with united renters for justice, which has represented tenants in many of the buildings frenz sold. “they don’t know what’s going on and who they are supposed to go to when there are problems. no one knows who is the real owner or who has






minneapolis denies rental licenses for 16 apartment buildings


the city of minneapolis has denied rental licenses to the buyers of 16 buildings sold by troubled landlord steve frenz, out of concern frenz and spiros zorbalas still have a financial interest in the properties.frenz and zorbalas sold the properties to eight buyers in recent months after the city moved to take away frenz’s rental licenses. the city’s recent actions create new uncertainty for hundreds of tenants, who are now paying rent to landlords who have no authority to collect it.“the tenants are really stressed,” said roberto de la riva, an organizer with united renters for justice, which has represented tenants in many of the buildings frenz sold. “they don’t know what’s going on and who they are supposed to go to when there are problems. no one knows who is the real owner or who has






jail sentence delayed for minneapolis landlord stephen frenz


a major minneapolis landlord, who faced a 90-day jail sentence for not producing documents in a long-running housing court case, has gotten a temporary reprieve.stephen frenz, who was found in contempt of court last month, showed up with a stack of papers during a court hearing on monday, but he said some of the material was not relevant to the case and he should not have to disclose it.housing referee mark labine reviewed the documents in chambers after the hearing to assess which ones frenz could continue to keep private.labine issued an order late monday afternoon stating that he was staying his decision to jail frenz as long as he continues to cooperate. a hearing to evaluate frenz's compliance will be held on may 15.frenz has been facing an avalanche of legal problems in connection wi






jail sentence delayed for minneapolis landlord


a major minneapolis landlord, who faced a 90-day jail sentence for failing to produce documents in a long-running housing court case, has gotten a temporary reprieve.stephen frenz, who was found in contempt of court last month, showed up with a stack of documents during a court hearing on monday, but said some of the material included private information that was not relevant to the case and he should not have to disclose it.housing referee mark labine reviewed the documents in chambers after the hearing to assess which ones frenz could continue to keep private.labine issued an order late monday afternoon stating that he was staying his decision to jail frenz so long as frenz continues to cooperate. a hearing to evaluate whether frenz is continuing to do so will be held on may 15.frenz has






jail sentence delayed for minneapolis landlord


a major minneapolis landlord, who faced a 90-day jail sentence for failing to produce documents in a long-running housing court case, has gotten a temporary reprieve.stephen frenz, who was found in contempt of court last month, showed up with a stack of documents during a court hearing on monday, but said some of the material included private information that was not relevant to the case and he should not have to disclose it.housing referee mark labine reviewed the documents in chambers after the hearing to assess which ones frenz could continue to keep private.labine issued an order late monday afternoon stating that he was staying his decision to jail frenz so long as frenz continues to cooperate. a hearing to evaluate whether frenz is continuing to do so will be held on may 15.frenz has






jail sentence delayed for minneapolis landlord


a major minneapolis landlord, who faced a 90-day jail sentence for failing to produce documents in a long-running housing court case, has gotten a temporary reprieve.stephen frenz, who was found in contempt of court last month, showed up with a stack of documents during a court hearing on monday, but said some of the material included private information that was not relevant to the case and he should not have to disclose it.housing referee mark labine reviewed the documents in chambers after the hearing to assess which ones frenz could continue to keep private.labine issued an order late monday afternoon stating that he was staying his decision to jail frenz so long as frenz continues to cooperate. a hearing to evaluate whether frenz is continuing to do so will be held on may 15.frenz has






jail sentence delayed for minneapolis landlord


a major minneapolis landlord, who faced a 90-day jail sentence for failing to produce documents in a long-running housing court case, has gotten a temporary reprieve.stephen frenz, who was found in contempt of court last month, showed up with a stack of documents during a court hearing on monday, but said some of the material included private information that was not relevant to the case and he should not have to disclose it.housing referee mark labine reviewed the documents in chambers after the hearing to assess which ones frenz could continue to keep private.labine issued an order late monday afternoon stating that he was staying his decision to jail frenz so long as frenz continues to cooperate. a hearing to evaluate whether frenz is continuing to do so will be held on may 15.frenz has






landlord kept control of mpls. apartments after he was banned


embattled landlord spiros zorbalas entered into an operating agreement that appeared to discourage renovations and repairs in favor of profits while he continued to have majority control over 60 minneapolis apartment buildings, despite being banned by the city council, according to documents filed in a housing case.the details are contained in an operating agreement between zorbalas and stephen frenz, who purportedly purchased the properties from zorbalas in 2012, a year after zorbalas was issued the five-year ban.frenz is accused by the minneapolis regulatory division of covering up zorbalas’ role in the apartment buildings. as a consequence, the city is seeking to also ban frenz from holding rental licenses for five years.in arguments made at administrative hearing that was completed on






landlord kept control of mpls. apartments after he was banned


embattled landlord spiros zorbalas had a secret operating agreement with a business partner that appeared to discourage renovations and repairs in his 60 low-income minneapolis apartment buildings, despite a city council ban that prohibited him from owning rental property anywhere in the city.newly revealed public records show the terms of an agreement between zorbalas and stephen frenz, who purportedly bought the properties from zorbalas in 2012 after the council instituted the five-year ban. the documents show that zorbalas maintained tight control of the properties, even after the alleged sale.minneapolis’ regulatory division is accusing frenz of concealing zorbalas’ role in the apartment buildings, and the city is now seeking to ban frenz from holding rental licenses for five years.in






apartment mogul frenz sells off his apartment buildings, but lawsuit seeks to bl


under legal attack by a coalition of tenants and the city of minneapolis, controversial landlord stephen frenz disclosed this week in court that he has sold all the apartment buildings under his control.the sale, which could include more than 40 apartment buildings, has touched off another major legal confrontation.pro bono tenant lawyers with faegre baker daniels asked the hennepin county district court in a new lawsuit filed this week to either void the sale of 17 of the sold properties, or alternatively, place them in receivership or put them under control of the court.they indicated they will seek to block the sale of other properties as they get more information about them. the suit alleges frenz is committing fraud by transferring his properties to avoid paying out tens of million do






landlord stephen frenz sells off his apartment buildings, but lawsuit seeks to b


facing legal pressure by a coalition of tenants and the city of minneapolis, embattled landlord stephen frenz said this week in court that he has sold all of his apartment buildings.the sale, which could include more than 40 apartment buildings, has touched off another major legal confrontation.tenant lawyers with faegre baker daniels asked the hennepin county district court in a new lawsuit filed this week to either void the sale of 17 of the properties, place them in receivership or put them under control of the court.the lawyers indicated they will try to block the sale of other properties as they get more information about the transactions. the lawsuit alleges frenz is committing fraud by transferring his properties to avoid paying tens of million dollars from an earlier class-action s






landlord stephen frenz sells off his apartment buildings, but lawsuit seeks to b


facing legal pressure by a coalition of tenants and the city of minneapolis, embattled landlord stephen frenz said this week in court that he has sold all of his apartment buildings.the sale, which could include more than 40 apartment buildings, has touched off another major legal confrontation.tenant lawyers with faegre baker daniels asked the hennepin county district court in a new lawsuit filed this week to either void the sale of 17 of the properties, place them in receivership or put them under control of the court.the lawyers indicated they will try to block the sale of other properties as they get more information about the transactions. the lawsuit alleges frenz is committing fraud by transferring his properties to avoid paying tens of million dollars from an earlier class-action s






ruling: minneapolis can revoke embattled landlord's licenses


in a victory for the city of minneapolis, a hearing judge has ruled that the city’s regulatory division had the legal right to revoke all rental licenses held by embattled landlord stephen frenz.the case centered on the fact that frenz repeatedly failed to disclose that controversial landlord spiros zorbalas continued to have an ownership interest in his properties. the city revoked zorbalas’ license in 2010.in a ruling issued friday, administrative judge danielle mercurio said city officials had demonstrated that frenz had violated ordinances by maintaining a partnership with zorbalas. she recommended that all of frenz’s residential rental licenses be revoked.the decision will be forwarded to a committee of the city council before going to the full council for a final vote. if his license






tenants rally outside minneapolis landlord's office demanding rent freeze, repai


some 75 protesters, most of them tenants, rallied in the rain outside the offices of minneapolis landlord stephen frenz on monday in a demand for a three-year rent freeze and more repairs on his properties.they then marched inside and handed him a set of demands that included a 10 percent across-the-board rent reduction and quality repairs.working at his desk monday, frenz, who heads the apartment shop rental company, seemed unperturbed by the peaceful demonstration that closed down east 25th street in south minneapolis between nicollet and first avenues around the noon hour."they have a right to be heard," said frenz, one of the city's largest landlords. "this is their day and i'm glad they're exercising their rights."the city of minneapolis is seeking to revoke the rental licenses of fre






tenants rally outside mpls. landlord's office demanding rent freeze, repairs


some 75 protesters, most of them tenants, rallied in the rain outside the offices of minneapolis landlord stephen frenz on monday in a demand for a three-year rent freeze and more repairs on his properties.they then marched inside and handed him a set of demands that included a 10 percent across-the-board rent reduction and quality repairs.working at his desk monday, frenz, who heads the apartment shop rental company, seemed unperturbed by the peaceful demonstration that closed down east 25th street in south minneapolis between nicollet and first avenues around the noon hour.“they have a right to be heard,” said frenz, one of the city’s largest landlords. “this is their day and i’m glad they’re exercising their rights.”the city of minneapolis is seeking to revoke the rental licenses of fre






ruling: minneapolis can revoke embattled landlord's licenses


in a victory for the city of minneapolis, a hearing judge has ruled that the city’s regulatory division has the legal right to revoke all rental licenses held by embattled landlord stephen frenz.the case centered on the fact that frenz repeatedly failed to disclose that controversial landlord spiros zorbalas continued to have an ownership interest in his properties. the city revoked zorbalas’ license in 2010.in a ruling issued friday, administrative law judge danielle mercurio said city officials had demonstrated that frenz had violated ordinances by maintaining a partnership with zorbalas. she recommended that all of frenz’s residential rental licenses be revoked.the decision will be forwarded to a committee of the city council before going to the full council for a final vote. if his lic






tenants rally outside minneapolis landlord's office demanding rent freeze, repai


some 75 protesters, most of them tenants, rallied in the rain outside the offices of minneapolis landlord stephen frenz on monday in a demand for a three-year rent freeze and more repairs on his properties.they then marched inside and handed him a set of demands that included a 10 percent across-the-board rent reduction and quality repairs.working at his desk monday, frenz, who heads the apartment shop rental company, seemed unperturbed by the peaceful demonstration that closed down east 25th street in south minneapolis between nicollet and first avenues around the noon hour."they have a right to be heard," said frenz, one of the city's largest landlords. "this is their day and i'm glad they're exercising their rights."the city of minneapolis is seeking to revoke the rental licenses of fre






tenants rally outside minneapolis landlord's office demanding rent freeze, repai


some 75 protesters, most of them tenants, rallied in the rain outside the offices of minneapolis landlord stephen frenz on monday in a demand for a three-year rent freeze and more repairs on his properties.they then marched inside and handed him a set of demands that included a 10 percent across-the-board rent reduction and quality repairs.working at his desk monday, frenz, who heads the apartment shop rental company, seemed unperturbed by the peaceful demonstration that closed down east 25th street in south minneapolis between nicollet and first avenues around the noon hour."they have a right to be heard," said frenz, one of the city's largest landlords. "this is their day and i'm glad they're exercising their rights."the city of minneapolis is seeking to revoke the rental licenses of fre






hodges will return paign check from landlord hit by record fine


the landlord who was fined $187,390 for “bad faith litigation conduct” in housing court last week donated to mayor betsy hodges’ paign, and her paign manager said monday that she will return the money.steve frenz, one of the biggest landlords in minneapolis, gave $250 to hodges’ paign in late november, according to her paign finance report.“this was an oversight, and the paign should have never accepted the contribution from frenz,” said jorge contreras, hodges’ paign manager, after the star tribune asked about the donation. “he is not the type of person we want doing business in minneapolis. the committee is returning the contribution.”frenz is at odds with the city on multiple fronts. the minneapolis regulatory services department is trying to strip him of rental licenses on his 62 prope






angry renters demonstrate outside landlord stephen frenz's home


about 50 demonstrators staged a vigil on tuesday outside the home of minneapolis landlord stephen frenz as part of a weeklong series of protests by renters and advocates taking place locally and nationally.protest leaders detailed a series of problems they said they’ve endured as tenants, including heating problems, faulty electrical wiring and plumbing overflows.sprinklers were turned on in an apparent attempt to scatter protesters as they rallied on frenz’s front lawn on east harriet parkway in minneapolis.“we’re not scared of water,” one speaker told the crowd. “we’ve seen worse.”frenz is under fire from tenants who cite poor conditions in some of his apartment complexes. he faces revocation of all his rental licenses by the city of minneapolis over allegations he failed to report that






housing court orders mpls. landlord stephen frenz to return $27,813 to tenants


a hennepin county housing court referee has ordered controversial minneapolis landlord stephen frenz to return $27,813 in rent to six tenants in what is believed to be the largest rent abatement for multiple tenants in the 27-year history of minnesota housing courts.citing “persistent infestations” of roaches, bedbugs and mice, plus problems with heat and lack of repairs, referee mark labine filed his decision on wednesday ordering frenz to return 50 percent of the rent he collected at a south minneapolis apartment house, most of it over the past two years.frenz has already received a record $187,390 sanction for “bad faith litigation conduct” and faces a lawsuit seeking class-action status involving thousands of tenants. the hearing to determine whether class-action status is granted will






tastemakersnyc and whiskey frenz bring to you #themixer


culinary company tastemakersnyc and the liquor infused whiskey frenz team have joined forces in creating #themixer, an event which interpolates the art of cooking and making cocktails with a dynamic social atmosphere.read: 15 happy hour cocktails you should trythe event is designed to bring together couples, singles and professionals in a networking environment. tastemakersnyc was founded and created by ronald moss and jonathan arthur in 2012, and have participated in numerous food related events ranging from venues like bet’s 106 & park and other mixers. whiskey frenz was created by writers sysko lopez and dewayne evans. its main focus zones in on a fun cocktail 101 session.live.. #themixer couples 1st demo hennessy vsop soura post shared by francisco lopez






embattled landlord files defiant affidavit in minneapolis case


landlord mogul spiros zorbalas, who was banned by the minneapolis city council from renting property in the city for five years, filed a defiant affidavit friday saying he had every right to co-own apartment buildings with stephen frenz.the document was filed in a licensing action brought by the city regulatory division against frenz, one of the city’s biggest landlords.the city is attempting to similarly ban frenz from holding rental licenses after discovering he and zorbalas were joint owners of some 60 city apartment complexes.zorbalas, who lives in florida, insisted in the affidavit that he had complied with city ordinances. he was to testify by phone at a hearing in city hall on tuesday but was unable to do so because of the aftermath of hurricane irma, frenz’s attorney, douglass turn






angry renters demonstrate outside landlord stephen frenz's home


about 50 demonstrators staged a vigil on tuesday outside the home of minneapolis landlord stephen frenz as part of a weeklong series of protests by renters and advocates taking place locally and nationally.protest leaders detailed a series of problems they said they’ve endured as tenants, including heating problems, faulty electrical wiring and plumbing overflows.sprinklers were turned on in an apparent attempt to scatter protesters as they rallied on frenz’s front lawn on east harriet parkway in minneapolis.“we’re not scared of water,” one speaker told the crowd. “we’ve seen worse.”frenz is under fire from tenants who cite poor conditions in some of his apartment complexes. he faces revocation of all his rental licenses by the city of minneapolis over allegations he failed to report that






housing court orders minneapolis landlord to return record $27,813 to tenants


a hennepin county housing court referee has ordered prolific and controversial minneapolis landlord stephen frenz to return $27,813 in rent to seven renters in what is believed to be the largest rent abatement for multiple tenants in the 27-year history of housing courts in minnesota.citing “persistent infestations” of roaches, bedbugs and mice, plus problems with heat and lack of repairs, referee mark labine filed his decision on wednesday ordering frenz to return 50 percent of the rent he collected at a south minneapolis apartment house, most of it over the past two years.frenz has already received a record sanction $187,390 for “bad faith litigation conduct” and faces a lawsuit seeking class action status involving thousands of tenants. trial begins friday in hennepin county district co






housing court orders minneapolis landlord to return record $27,813 to tenants


a hennepin county housing court referee has ordered controversial minneapolis landlord stephen frenz, to return $27,813 in rent to six renters in what is believed to be the largest rent abatement for multiple tenants in the 27-year history of minnesota housing courts.citing “persistent infestations” of roaches, bedbugs and mice, plus problems with heat and lack of repairs, referee mark labine filed his decision on wednesday ordering frenz to return 50 percent of the rent he collected at a south minneapolis apartment house, most of it over the past two years.frenz has already received a record $187,390 sanction for “bad faith litigation conduct” and faces a lawsuit seeking class action status involving thousands of tenants. the hearing to determine whether class action status is granted wil






housing court orders minneapolis landlord to return record $27,813 to tenants


a hennepin county housing court referee has ordered controversial minneapolis landlord stephen frenz to return $27,813 in rent to six tenants in what is believed to be the largest rent abatement for multiple tenants in the 27-year history of minnesota housing courts.citing "persistent infestations" of roaches, bedbugs and mice, plus problems with heat and lack of repairs, referee mark labine filed his decision on wednesday ordering frenz to return 50 percent of the rent he collected at a south minneapolis apartment house, most of it over the past two years.frenz has already received a record $187,390 sanction for "bad faith litigation conduct" and faces a lawsuit seeking class-action status involving thousands of tenants. the hearing to determine whether class-action status is granted will






renters demonstrate outside stephen frenz's home to start week of protests in tw


about 50 demonstrators staged a vigil on tuesday outside the home of stephen frenz, a minneapolis landlord, as part of a weeklong series of protests by renters and advocates taking place locally and nationally.protest leaders detailed a series of problems they said they’ve endured as tenants including heating problems, faulty electrical wiring and plumbing overflows.sprinklers were turned on in an apparent attempt to scatter protesters as they rallied on frenz’s front lawn on east harriet parkway in minneapolis.“we’re not scared of water,” one speaker told the crowd. “we’ve seen worse.”frenz is under fire from tenants who cite poor conditions in some of his apartment complexes. he faces revocation of all his rental licenses by the city of minneapolis over allegations he failed to report th






housing court orders minneapolis landlord to return record $27,813 to tenants


a hennepin county housing court referee has ordered controversial minneapolis landlord stephen frenz, to return $27,813 in rent to six renters in what is believed to be the largest rent abatement for multiple tenants in the 27-year history of minnesota housing courts.citing "persistent infestations" of roaches, bedbugs and mice, plus problems with heat and lack of repairs, referee mark labine filed his decision on wednesday ordering frenz to return 50 percent of the rent he collected at a south minneapolis apartment house, most of it over the past two years.frenz has already received a record $187,390 sanction for "bad faith litigation conduct" and faces a lawsuit seeking class action status involving thousands of tenants. the hearing to determine whether class action status is granted wil






mpls. landlord hit with largest fine in housing court history


a hennepin county court referee has ordered a minneapolis landlord to pay $187,390 for “bad faith litigation conduct,” the largest sanction by far in the 27-year history of housing courts in minnesota.the court found that stephen frenz, one of the city’s biggest landlords, had submitted a falsified affidavit and phony leases to try to persuade the referee to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a neighborhood organization, seeking repairs on one of his properties.the ruse was discovered by tenant attorneys at the start of what appeared to be a routine housing trial last year.“i have never seen a sanction even close to this number,” said attorney lawrence mcdonough of the dorsey & whitney firm, who has represented or advised about 10,000 housing court clients in minnesota over the past 33 years.






3-story mpls. apartment building evacuated after brick facade falls


residents of a south minneapolis apartment building will be out of their units for a least a couple of days after part of its brick facade fell to the ground tuesday night.the building is owned by stephen frenz, one of the city’s biggest landlords. the city’s regulatory services division is seeking to revoke his license on the building and about 60 other apartment buildings because of his failure to disclose that spiros zorbalas, a banned landlord in minneapolis, retains a financial interest in frenz’s properties.authorities were called to the three-story building on the 600 block of e. 16th street around 11:45 p.m. after a 100- to 120-square-foot section of the facade fell and hit a balcony in the back and knocked down a power mast, said minneapolis fire department spokesman bryan tyner.r






3-story mpls. apartment building evacuated after brick facade falls


residents of a south minneapolis apartment building will be out of their units for a least a couple of days after part of its brick facade fell to the ground tuesday night.the building is owned by stephen frenz, one of the city's biggest landlords. the city's regulatory services division is seeking to revoke his license on the building and about 60 other apartment buildings because of his failure to disclose that spiros zorbalas, a banned landlord in minneapolis, retains a financial interest in frenz's properties.authorities were called to the three-story building on the 600 block of e. 16th street around 11:45 p.m. after a 100- to 120-square-foot section of the facade fell and hit a balcony in the back and knocked down a power mast, said minneapolis fire department spokesman bryan tyner.r






the 45 best songs about friendship


there’s nothing better in the world than a good friend — except, perhaps, a good song about friendship. a theme that spans all genres — from pop and rap to electronic and country — musical artists have been pondering and praising friendship since time immemorial. alas, we don’t have recordings of ancient etruscan or sumerian odes to friendship, but we do have some other dope tracks on this spotify playlist, by everyone from biz markie to bette midler. grab a friend and take a listen.“deep fried frenz” by mf doom (2004) [amazon, itunes]“deep fried frenz,” the fifth track off of mf doom’s food-related 2004 album mm.. food, samples an old-school rap song by whodini called “friends,” so you’re kinda getting two friendship-themed songs in one. if you’re friends with the masked rapper, don’t wor






some mpls. apartment buildings get top rating despite code violations


two years ago, the city of minneapolis began rating apartment buildings based on their condition, maintenance and need for city services.the best-kept buildings — dubbed tier 1 — require inspections every eight years and pay a lower license fee. at the other end, tier 3 buildings — the worst classification — must be inspected annually and pay higher prices for licenses. the goal, the city says, is to keep a close eye on the problem properties and make the landlords who own them pay for the extra effort.but a review of the ratings shows they don’t always square with the conditions at apartment buildings around the city. landlord stephen frenz’s buildings racked up 453 building violations from 2013 to march 2016, yet 61 of his 66 apartment buildings were rated in tier 1 and the remaining fiv






samsung galaxy s8 | rumors, news, specs, and more


samsung was riding high when the galaxy s7 officially outsold the iphone 6s and 6s plus, and even more so when the galaxy note 7 e along and impressed everyone — until it went out with a bang. it’s therefore likely to be thrilled to leave 2016 behind and turn its attention to this year’s flagship, which we know as the galaxy s8.lee jae-yong, samsung’s mobile communications vice president, has noted that, for starters, the galaxy s8 will “feature slick design and an improved era, as well as an enhanced artificial intelligence service.” rumors say there may even be two — here’s everything you need to know.more: everything we think we know about the galaxy x, samsung’s rumored foldable phonedesign: next to no bezelsthe galaxy s8, and its larger partner the galaxy s8 plus, are all set to be be