Yikes!!! Ryan Seacrest's $50 million Beverly Hills mansion (the one he bought from Ellen DeGeneres back in 2012) caught fire on Sunday — but the TV personality says "everyone is OK" following the incident! Bless! TMZ reports the whole thing was started by an electrical fire off Seacrest's driveway that spread to nearby trash cans. So scary. Related: [...]
Ryan Seacrest's $50 million mansion caught fire Sunday night... leaving some heavy damage. Ryan posted a pic of the aftermath showing some burned out structures, but he added, "Thank god everyone is ok." Unclear what started the blaze. Ryan bought…
Stephen Cox Blog Presented by McGunegill Engine Performance It was exactly one year ago that my race car caught fire at Circuit of the Americas during an endurance event. You can read more about it here. Suffice to say that as fires go, this one was bad. Perhaps my fellow racers will find the following [...]
On Thursday, The Weeknd dropped a new music video for his song "The Reminder." It may seem like a pretty innocuous video at first, but the devil's in the details. Not only is there dark imagery that shows Hollywood catching fire (a pretty strong commentary in and of itself), but the video is also loaded with cameos. Show More Summary
A quick-thinking police officer responding to a car fire at a Jack in the Box drive-thru managed to save the restaurant from catching fire. Officer Chris Womack with the Glenn Heights Police Department in Texas responded to a call of...Show More Summary
Investigators said faulty appliance may be to blame for fire in the 700 block of 14th St. NW.
North P&I Club has published a new loss prevention briefing on how to prevent, detect and fight fires on roll-on-roll-off (ro-ro) vessels and car carriers. Such vessels are twice as likely to catch fire as other ships and vehicle-deck fires are notoriously difficult to contain and put out.
A newly developed battery will not catch fire when damaged and will continue to work even if you cut it in half.
France’s Flamanville plant due for a new reactor in 2018 just as an old turbine catches fire.
Samsung SDI, the supplier of batteries for the Galaxy Note 7, had one of its factories catch fire due to partially manufactured batteries and other lithium ion batteries.
Sometimes the news leaves us at a loss for words. One of Samsung's battery facilities caught fire -- and the company is blaming faulty batteries passing through its recycling and waste management programs. The post Samsung’s Note 7 recycling center catches fire, company blames faulty batteries appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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Yes, it’s another Samsung battery fire story. This time it wasn’t a device catching fire, but waste materials (including discarded lithium batteries) in a Samsung SDI factory in Tianjin, China that caught fire. The fire was put out and no one was hurt. Unfortunately, this is a factory of one of the suppliers of the
The hottest smartphone story of 2016 — quite literally — was the Galaxy Note 7. Innumerable fires led Samsung to eventually issue a global recall and eat a $3 billion loss. Now, as […] The post Factory That Made Exploding Galaxy Note 7 Batteries Catches Fire appeared first on Geek.com.
Maybe it’s not reliable, or sucks down fuel like it’s going out of style. Maybe it’s prone to tipping over, catching fire, or having spiders live in it. Or perhaps parts availability is such that the mere thought of owning and driving the thing causes undue stress. Show More Summary
The official trailer for season five of The Americans is out and oooooooooh boy! I’m currently bingeing on The Night Manager and I love me some Halt and Catch Fire, but The Americans is my favorite pure-drama show 1 right now. The actress...Show More Summary
Three fishermen were rescued Tuesday after their vessel caught fire 1 mile east of St. Catherines Island, Georgia. U.S. Coast Guard Sector Charleston command center watchstanders received a call from the fishing vessel at 3:16 p.m. stating their vessel was on fire and sinking.
Although Samsung has already revealed what caused its Note 7 smartphones to catch fire, an independent government firm is now confirming the tech giant's findings. The Korean Agency for Technology and Standards, which analyzes and enforces...Show More Summary