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Samsung Stops Note 7 Sales, Tells Owners They “Need” To Turn Off & Return Device

Things just keep getting better for Samsung. After its premier device, the Galaxy Note 7, started exploding shortly after its public release, the South Korean company was forced to issue a worldwide recall accounting for 2.5 million phones. Now, following more reports of fires, Samsung has had to halt all sales of the replacement units, […]
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