Samsung is reportedly set to explain why their Galaxy Note 7 smartphone suffered not one, but two recalls after its initial release in August of year. Some of the smartphones were reportedly overheating and catching fire, leading to the recalls. Show More Summary
Samsung's findings in the Galaxy Note 7 investigation have been obtained by The Wall Street Journal and claim that the device featured irregularly sized batteries.
Samsung is about to reveal the answer to the burning question: why did batteries inside the Note 7 catch fire?
With 96% of the discontinued Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones off the street, we may finally know what caused some to catch fire or explode. A new report from the Wall Street Journal points to irregularly shaped batteries that led to...Show More Summary
Samsung announced Friday that it's finally going to reveal what caused its Galaxy Note 7 phones to catch fire and explode. The company stopped making its flagship phone in October, after two messy rounds of recalls that asked customers to turn in their smartphones — and then the “safe” phones issued to replace them. Samsung […]
A Samsung investigation into reports of Galaxy Note 7 phones catching fire or overheating has found that some batteries were irregularly sized and that others had manufacturing irregularities, The Wall Street Journal reports. The South Korean firm recalled all 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 phones last year after repeated complaints. The recall is likely to […]
It looks like Samsung is finally ready to share its findings on what went wrong with the Galaxy Note7. After months of promising to make public the results of its investigations into the phone, the Korean electronics giant revealed Thursday that it would be sharing the source of the Note7's issues in a press conference slated for Jan. Show More Summary
On Sunday night, Samsung will host a live streamed press conference to discuss the findings of “several months of comprehensive investigations” into why the Galaxy Note 7 was catching fire. The event will be streamed to the world onShow More Summary
If you've been vacationing with a remote community that has no contact with the outside world for the last six months, you might have missed the fact that Samsung's most recent phablet has an unnerving tendency to catch fire. All reasonable...Show More Summary
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The Galaxy Note 7 turned out to be one of the biggest stories in mobile in years, with several units catching fire and Samsung ultimately deciding to discontinue the flagship device. Now LG has announced that it’s taking steps to [....
Samsung has not yet shared with us the results of its probe into the Galaxy Note 7 and why its batteries were catching fire, forcing the company to recall millions of devices, but a report out of Reuters claims that the batteries used ended up being the “main” culprit. Show More Summary
Samsung is expected to officially announce what sparked its Note 7 smartphone to catch fire, prompting a global recall in September 2016.
What do you think the LG G6's tentpole feature will be? The extra-tall display? The slicker, not-so-modular design? Nope. If you ask LG right now, it's about... not blowing up. The company tells the Korea Herald that it will "significantly...Show More Summary
Researchers from Stanford University created a lithium-ion battery with a built-in fire extinguisher that can stop batteries from burning up in 0.4 seconds.
Last September, Samsung faced the biggest setback in its plans of world domination when its hugely popular Galaxy Note 7 smartphones began catching fire after millions of them were sold worldwide. At the time, the Korean megacorp suspected that faulty batteries manufactured by its sister company SDI were to blame, but hadn’t arrived at a conclusion. Show More Summary
One of the biggest mysteries of 2016 might end without a climatic ending after all. Samsung may have reached the same conclusion for what caused its Galaxy Note7 to catch fire as everyone else did months ago. SEE ALSO: Airlines canShow More Summary
(Reuters) — Samsung Electronics Co Ltd’s investigation into what caused some Galaxy Note 7s to catch fire has concluded that the battery was the main reason, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday. The world’s biggest smartphone maker will likely announce the results of the investigation on Jan. 23, a day before it […]
Samsung had a rough 2016. Last year, the company had to recall its Galaxy Note 7 after units were catching fire, followed by millions of washing machines that were exploding in people's homes. But Samsung isn't the only company that's struggled recently with faulty batteries. Show More Summary
The arts and crafts store Michaels recalled about 80,000 pink Himalayan salt lamps after it was discovered they could shock or catch fire.