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Wait, Are the New Note 7s Overheating Too?

There’s no nice way to say it. The Galaxy Note 7 launch has been a complete disaster. After initially receiving favorable reviews, the Note 7 made more headlines following reports of spontaneous combustion in pant pockets, cars, airplanes, and homes. Samsung initially bungled the global recall—but now, more bad news is rolling in. Read more...
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