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Samsung will pause Galaxy Note 7 production as carriers halt sales and exchanges

Last week, a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 caught fire while on board a Southwest flight and forced the crew and passengers to evacuate. Since then, other units around the globe have caught fire, including one in Minnesota where the owner was forced to go to the hospital. Over the weekend, following scattered reports that replacement [...]
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