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FAA reinstates warning for the Galaxy Note 7 as Samsung halts sales and urges users to power down

Samsung was backed into a corner after reports started coming in about replacement Galaxy Note 7 units exploding. Carrier and retail partners halted sales of the device on their own initiative and Samsung responded this morning by confirming that it’s going to stop all sales and replacements of the Galaxy Note 7 worldwide. The company is even saying that those who have an original or a.
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