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Samsung Has Officially Killed the Note 7, but That Could Be Good News for Competition

Following several days of ceaseless bad news, Samsung has decided to permanently cancel the embattled Galaxy Note 7 smartphone. It’s still investigating the most recent round of alleged battery fires, but the company […]
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