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Are Samsung Note 7-Toting Air Travelers Feeling Lucky?

Brian Green shares a photo of his post-fire Samsung Note 7 Samsung has to be as agitated as the ions in the batteries of its Note 7 devices now that a replacementphone with a presumably safe battery has shown a similarpropensity to catch fire as those recalled last month. The latest [...]
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