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About that Samsung tablet that 'overheated' on a plane

If you jam any modern tablet in an airplane seat, bad things are going to happen. You don't need to look far for reports of Samsung things catching on fire these days. In the wake of the Galaxy Note 7 recall, the media — and public consciousness — is highly sensitive to anything that looks remotely connected to that phone's unprecedented battery woes. That's true whether we're talking about a completely different phone with no known issues, or a Samsung washing machine made by a completely different division of the company.
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