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Samsung factory that made 'exploding' Note 7 batteries catches fire -

One of Samsung's factories has caught fire after the "exploding" batteries that forced it to recall the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone combusted. The fire in the Samsung SDI factory, which developed some of the faulty batteries in the Note 7, was caused by a ...and more »

Samsung Plant Catches Fire Because Of — You Guessed It — Batteries - Huffington Post

The fire broke out in an area used to store faulty batteries and other waste products, the company said. By Nina Golgowski. In what can only be described as a blaze of irony, batteries are being blamed for a fire that occurred Wednesday at a Samsung ...and more »

Leak suggests Samsung is going after the Surface Pro with an impressive tablet PC - Mashable

Samsung's TabPro S did a good job modeling itself off the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and iPad Pro, but it was no Surface Pro killer. With no Surface Pro 5 available (yet), Samsung might get its chance to leap ahead of the competition, assuming leaked ...and more »

Samsung's Note 7 recycling center catches fire, company blames faulty batteries - ExtremeTech

Every now and then, the universe hands you a story on a silver platter, served with a whopping huge side of situational irony. On Wednesday, 19 fire engines and 110 firemen reported to a fire at Samsung SDI's Chinese manufacturing facility in Tianjin ...and more »

Samsung plant in Tianjin denies fire caused by lithium batteries - ecns

Fire breaks out at a waste warehouse of Samsung plant in Tianjin, Feb. 8, 2017. (Photo/Beijing Youth Daily). (ECNS) -- Samsung China said the minor fire at a waste warehouse in Tianjin was not caused by lithium batteries as speculated. The warehouse of ...and more »

A Samsung factory that made Note 7 batteries caught fire - Business Insider

Samsung just can't catch a break. Last year, its flagship Note 7 smartphones started exploding — and now one of the factories responsible for making them has caught fire. Waste products, including faulty batteries, caused the fire at the Chinese ...and more »

Samsung factory fire caused by faulty batteries - The Guardian

Faulty and discarded batteries, like those that caused fires within the Galaxy Note 7, caused fire at Samsung battery plant in China. Photograph: Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty. A fire that drew out 110 firefighters and 19 trucks to a factory operated by ...and more »

Samsung is making one last push to clear Galaxy S7 inventory ahead of Galaxy S8 launch - BGR

Before I tell you what a great deal this is, you should know that Samsung's Galaxy S8 is just around the corner, and it'll likely come with various perks when you preorder it in early April. Moreover, the Galaxy S7 will be even cheaper in stores once ...and more »

Samsung Battery Factory Explodes in China - Fortune

A Samsung SDI battery manufacturing facility in China caught fire on Wednesday after faulty lithium-ion batteries went up in flames, the company confirmed to Reuters. The fire occurred in an area of the factory where battery waste, including bad ...and more »

Galaxy S7 Now Includes Free 256GB microSD Card - Tom's Guide

Even with the Galaxy S8 on the horizon, Samsung's Galaxy S7 is still one of the best Android smartphones you can buy. Now that it's time to clear out some inventory, Samsung is offering a free 256GB memory card with the purchase of a Galaxy S7 or S7 ...and more »