FAA 'Strongly Advises' You To Turn Off Your Explosive Samsung Phone While On Planes - Gizmodo

On Tuesday we told you that the FAA was considering a ban on Samsung's Galaxy Note 7, the smartphone that keeps exploding and causing fires. Well, the FAA just released a statement advising passengers not to turn on those phones while they're on ...

Why Phone Batteries Explode - Popular Science

Why do phone batteries explode? You might expect the answer to be a manufacturing error, but while that's part of the equation, the bigger answer is that the limits of current technology are causing battery makers to push the devices further for less ...

3 Airlines Are Banning Passengers From Using the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 - Fortune

Three Australian airlines have banned passengers from using or charging Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 smartphones during flights due to concerns over the phone's fire-prone batteries. Qantas (qubsf, 0.00%), its budget unit Jetstar, and Virgin ...

All the latest on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall in the UK - T3

UPDATE:Samsung has announced that it's permanentlydiscontinuing the Note 7. The company stated, "We recently readjusted the production volume forthoroughinvestigation and quality control, but putting consumer safety as top priority, we have reached a ...

Galaxy Note 7 explodes in Australian hotel, causes $1380 in damage - BGR

Amid reports of Galaxy Note 7 devices either catching fire or exploding, Samsung last week initiated an unprecedented recall for its high-profile and initially high-praised phablet. The recall, naturally, won't come cheap however, with one Samsung ...

Galaxy Note 7 recall will cost Samsung a 'heartbreaking amount' - The Next Web

As I'm sure you're well aware by now, Samsung was forced to issue a global recall of the Galaxy Note 7 last week following reports that some handsets were randomly bursting into flames while on charge. It was later discovered that a faulty battery was ...

Samsung tells Australians to turn off Galaxy Note7 smartphones, investigates fire reports - NEWS.com.au

SAMSUNG have confirmed two Galaxy Note7 smartphones exploded in Australia, and it's warned users to switch off their phones. Jennifer Dudley-NicholsonNews Corp Australia Network. September 6, 20166:50pm. The unprecedented worldwide recall of ...