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About that Samsung tablet that 'overheated' on a plane

If you jam any modern tablet in an airplane seat, bad things are going to happen. You don't need to look far for reports of Samsung things catching on fire these days. In the wake of the Galaxy Note 7 recall, the media — and public consciousness...Show More Summary

Samsung: And for my next trick – exploding WASHING MACHINES

Why wait for North Korea to nuke Seoul? Sammy's gear will take care of the job at this rate Samsung's bad month gets worse as the South Korean electronics giant warns that some of its washing machines may halt and catch fire.…

U.S. regulators warn consumers about exploding Samsung washers

First it was the smartphones, now it's the washing machines. In the same month that Samsung admitted it knows of at least 35 instances of Note7 batteries exploding or catching fire amid a nationwide recall in the U.S., the company is...Show More Summary

MD: One of County's Newer Electric TransIT Buses Catches Fire; Cause Being Investigated

The cause of a bus fire that closed U.S. 40 near the exit for U.S. 15 for several hours remained under investigation Tuesday afternoon, according to a county TransIT spokeswoman.

TV Club: Simmering resentments ignite an excellent Halt And Catch Fire

Halt And Catch Fire became a better show when the people behind it realized that Donna and Cameron’s relationship was the heart of the series. But, as compelling and downright heartwarming as the friendship between these two women has been, it’s also complicated. Show More Summary

Halt and Catch Fire Recap: Crossing the Line

Wow, this is a great episode of television. It's tightly wound, it's dramatic, it's full of unexpected pieces, and everything feels totally earned. It was immensely sad to see Donna and Cameron's relationship explode in such a furious conflagration, but what a fantastic, gut-wrenching way for it to go out.Even ... More »

There are reports of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones still catching fire in China

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 fire problems may be spreading to China. A Note 7 user sent photos of his burned Note 7 to CNN Money, claiming he bought it this week. " We are currently contacting the customer and will conduct a thorough examination...Show More Summary

Galaxy Note 7 replacement batteries catch fire, too

Samsung no doubt hoped its Galaxy Note 7 nightmares would be over when it completed its costly recall and reissue of the next-gen smartphones, after the first batch of units were reported as bursting into flames — and even torching one family’s Jeep. Show More Summary

Horror ensues as haunted house ride mysteriously catches on fire

Customers looking for a cheap fright got a little more than they bargained for on September 24 when a portion of a haunted house attraction in Farmington, Utah, mysteriously caught on fire. "It went up fast," Kyle Stringham, who was on a date with his wife Cazree at the Night Walk Haunted House when the fire broke out, told KSTU. Show More Summary

Blackbodys luminous LED FIRE RING turns head at London Design 2016

There is a lot to soak in at the London Design Festival, yet the sparkling FIRE RING display by Blackbody catches the eye immediately. Luminous OLED lights of varying colors hang delicately from overhead, mimicking the dance betweenShow More Summary

Samsung says 90% of Note7 owners don’t want a refund despite fires

Samsung has had, what most would call, a bad month. It started with scattered reports of its new Galaxy Note7 catching fire for seemingly no reason and quickly escalated to a full-blown, worldwide safety recall.

The Galaxy Note 2 that caught fire on a plane is just horrible timing for Samsung

Things just keep getting worse and worse for Samsung. After weeks of investigating cases of Galaxy Note7 phones catching on fire, destroying people's cars, and even injuring people, Samsung and the United States Consumer Product Safety...Show More Summary

Some Galaxy Note 7 owners have issues with their non-exploding replacement device

Samsung can’t seem to catch a break at the moment. Three weeks ago, it was discovered that a battery defect was responsible for a number of Galaxy Note 7’s catching fire while on charge. Shortly after, the company announced that it would recall the handset and issue owners a replacement. Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 catches fire on a plane in India

A Samsung Galaxy Note 2 smartphone caught fire mid-air on an IndiGo plane earlier today. The flight, 6E-054, was headed to Chennai from Singapore when the incident took place. The plane landed safely and none of the passengers were injured. SEE...Show More Summary

S&C Electric Unveils Data Behind Last Month’s Lithium-Ion Battery Fire

If you’re going to have lithium-ion grid batteries catching on fire, it might as well be in a state-of-the-art battery testing facility. Not only is it the kind of thing you’re supposed to catch before installing systems in the field,...Show More Summary

Is Snapchat the only decacorn determined to make its investors money?

In the latest episode of “Halt & Catch Fire,” Mutiny’s VC blithely suggests the small, very dysfunctional startup that’s barely debugged and launched its electronic payment product should go public. She admits it’s a little early, but...Show More Summary

Halt and Catch Fire Recap: The Princess Is in Another Castle

Dear readers, it's as I feared. Cameron secretly married Tom, which means we'll never get to see what Cameron Howe's choice of wedding outfit looked like. The world is a sad, dark place sometimes. It also means that Cameron pulls even further away from Donna, confiding in Tom over Mutiny ... More »

TV Club: Joe makes a shocking move on a moody Halt And Catch Fire

Sometimes, an episode’s biggest virtue is what it doesn’t do. “And She Was” sets up several situations that seem headed for predictable outcomes (not to say disastrous ones) and swerves away just when you think things are going to go off the rails. Show More Summary

Samsung: Replacement Galaxy Note 7s coming Wednesday

All told, 1 million U.S. smartphones are being recalled over the batteries catching fire

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