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CPSC Seizes Man’s Burnt Up Samsung Note (and what a burnt one looks like)

Usually, you don’t see the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) as an organization that moves quickly.  However, the CPSC saw the Galaxy Note in-flight fire issue as being so important, they got a subpoena to seize a man’s post-fire Galaxy Note. No souvenir for him. From the Verge: Green told The Verge that the CPSC confiscated... The post CPSC Seizes Man’s Burnt Up Samsung Note (and what a burnt one looks like) appeared first on Le Chic Geek.
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