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Samsung Sets Up Airport Exchange Booths to Deal With Note 7 Travel Nightmare

Now that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is officially banned on airlines in the United States (and some other countries too), traveling across the globe with one of these devices has proven to be a bit of a nightmare. Read more...
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