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Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 is Officially Banned From US Flights: Tell Us Your Stories

As of right this second, no one is allowed to bring a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 onto a flight in the United States because they can combust. If you’re traveling and haven’t had a chance to exchange your phone yet, this is going to be a big pain in your ass. Read more...
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