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8 Technologies Most Likely to Get Obsolete in Recent Future

Recently, Samsung pulled the plug on their literally ‘explosive’ smartphone model Galaxy Note 7 after recalling it from customers in September. The recall was in response to several customer complaints regarding ‘faulty batteries’, leading to spontaneous explosions. Despite manufacturer’s attempts to solve the issue, including a replacement of batteries didn’t seem to nullify the damage.
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