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Samsung Pay now lets you buy shopping using your eyes - Wired.co.uk

The latest update to Samsung Pay now lets owners pay for goods using their iris, after the technology was first made available with the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone. Advertisement. Paying with the iris works in a similar way to fingerprint authentication ...and more »

Fears among airlines about smartphone fires grows - but advice from regulators proves inconsistent - The Independent

Airlines flying to and from Britain are stepping up precautions to avoid an inflight fire starting with a smartphone. Following dozens of incidents in which the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones have caught fire, the manufacturer has launched a recall ...and more »

The Note 7 Nightmare That Samsung Created - Forbes

In the week where the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus hit the retail shelves and then promptly sold out, Apple's main rival Samsung has had to deal with the increasingly caustic fallout from the flawed battery in the Galaxy Note 7 phablet. It wasn't meant ...and more »

Galaxy Note 7 is back on sale and it probably won't burn your house down - BGR

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 has been a complete and utter disaster, and that's putting things mildly. We reviewed the new smartphone just over one month ago and in our Galaxy Note 7 review, we called it the greatest Android phone of all time and the ...and more »

Samsung's exploding Galaxy Note 7 problem in China might be bigger than we thought - BGR

A report earlier this week revealed that a safe Galaxy Note 7 unit exploded in China. Samsung took notice of the incident and posted an explanation on its website that said it wasn't a faulty battery that caused the fire. Instead, external heat was ...and more »

WTF ... makes mobile phone batteries explode? - The Register

Explainer It has been a bad month for Samsung. Following the release of the dual-curved, 5.7 inch-screen, water-resistant Galaxy Note 7 phablet, the number of fires have increased thanks to its reportedly explosive battery. A number of lawsuits ...and more »

Samsung says three reports of China phone battery fire - Phys.Org

A visitor tries out a Samsung Gear VR headset at a Samsung Electronics display booth during an electronics expo in Beijing, Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016. Samsung Electronics says its smartphones sold in China don't suffer the same problems as …more ...and more »

Note 7 recall could cost more than $1 billion, as Samsung Q3 results loom - Android Authority (blog)

As expected, the Galaxy Note 7 recall is going to cost Samsung's bottom line rather dearly. Ahead of the company's third quarter financial results, analysts are estimating that the company's profits could fall by as much as 8.6 percent compared to the ...and more »

Samsung will have 500000 Galaxy Note 7 replacements in stores Wednesday - CNET

Samsung will have enough Galaxy Note 7 phones in stores Wednesday to replace half of the devices recalled for a battery problem. Stores will have replacements for the rest of the affected phones by the end of the month. The South Korean company on ...and more »

Samsung's Billion Dollar Headache Over The Galaxy Note 7 - Forbes

How much damage has the Galaxy Note 7 inflicted on Samsung? Analysts are starting to examine the fallout from the global recall of the innovative phablet. With sales not expected to recommence for another week in key territories, some serious work is ...and more »