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Samsung recalls Galaxy Note 7 after battery explosions and fires

Samsung recalled all of its new Galaxy Note 7 devices in 10 countries, including the United States, after finding some of the batteries caught on fire or exploded, the company announced Friday. The Note, which is the most expensive and largest of the company's flagship smartphone line, was just released two weeks ago. But 35 customers have already come […]
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