Following an incident caught on CCTV of a Xiaomi Mi 4i catching fire and exploding, Xiaomi has provided an official response and vowed to replace the phone.
A few months ago, Amazon banned USB-C cables that did not meet the standards set forth by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF), and for good reason: such cables are prone to failure, can damage connected devices, and even catch fire.Show More Summary
July 23--CHIPPEWA TWP. -- A Beaver County Transit Authority bus caught fire while passengers were on board Saturday just after 3 p.m. outside the Wal-Mart in Chippewa Town Centre, according to a 911 dispatcher. The bus was evacuated and th
Halt and Catch Fire's season-three system patch contains a fix for the AMC drama's previous lack of Matthew Lillard, Entertainment Weekly reports. The Scooby-Doo star will play Ken Diebold, a "a slickly dressed, self-assuredly confident, undeniably cool" Silicon Valley bigwig who crosses paths with Lee Pace's Joe MacMillan. The third season ... More »
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Season three of Halt And Catch Fire will see Mutiny’s founders get a fresh start in Silicon Valley, where Joe (Lee Pace) will be setting up shop as well. And it looks like he’ll get a hand from an investor played by Matthew Lillard.Show More Summary
Reports of a car being driven into the police station at Merrylands, in Sydney, and detonating or catching fire. No details yet. It…
In this edition of TV Bits: Watch new footage from Halt and Catch Fire season three. Apple‘s first original series sounds like a snooze. Law & Order is coming back…as a true crime anthology series? Andy Samberg is making another fake HBO sports documentary. Show More Summary
TAIPEI (Reuters) - A Taiwan tour bus carrying tourists from China crashed into a highway railing en route to the airport on Tuesday, catching fire and killing all 26 on board, Taiwan television station TVBS said.
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RICHMOND, Va. - Josh Radnor casually peels off a form-fitting vest as he walks the 60 or 70 yards from the set of Mercy Street to his dressing room trailer. Inside the trailer, it's air-conditioned. Call it Mercy Street II. Getting out...Show More Summary
(Getty Images) A man was pulled from a burning truck in the parking lot behind the grandstands at Kentucky Speedway during Saturday night’s Sprint Cup Series race. Ky Speedway GM Mark Simendinger says fire started in cabin of white pick up truck w person inside. Show More Summary
With the success of mobile application-based ride sharing services such as Uber and Lyft in the urban taxi landscape, doing something similar to fill out trucks to full capacity is catching fire. Companies are in the hunt to develop and promote “smart trucking” apps to provide an all-in-one solution for freight shippers and carriers.
YES! What Chick-fil-A just did, is something I hope catches fire across the nation. Heck, I hope it it catches fire across the entire globe! Nothing has has me so
A motorized animal scooter ride caught ablaze in a Queens mall.
From: http://www.upi.comNEW YORK, July 4 (UPI) -- AMC says Season 3 of Halt and Catch Fire will debut Aug. 23 with back-to-back episodes.Starring Mackenzie Davis, Kerry Bishe, Scoot McNairy, Lee Pace, Toby Huss, Annabeth Gish and Manish...Show More Summary
The hot gift from last Christmas has had a nasty habit of getting too hot and catching fire
Self-balancing scooters — better known as hoverboards (though they do not hover) — can spark, smoke, catch fire or explode, says the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Hoverboards! The must-have trash gadget of the holidays, now gathering dust in a million closets and garages nationwide, is being recalled in even larger numbers than before due to “a risk of the products smoking, catching fire and/or exploding.” Someone warn Justin Bieber! Read More
The Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall Wednesday for 501,000 self-balancing scooters, commonly known as hoverboards, because their lithium-ion battery packs can overheat, catch fire and explode.