FAA Asks Air Passengers to Not Turn On Their Galaxy Note 7 Phones - Fortune

(Reuters) - Airline passengers should not turn on or charge their Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 smartphones during flights or stow them in checked baggage, due to concerns over the phone's fire-prone batteries, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said.and more »

The science behind exploding phone batteries - The Verge

An exploding phone seems like a freak accident, but the same chemical properties that make batteries work also make them likely to catch fire. Samsung is learning this the hard way, as it becomes the latest company to recall a device — in this case ...and more »

Galaxy Note 7 caused Jeep to 'explode,' Florida couple says - BGR

Samsung has issued an unofficial recall for the Galaxy Note 7 following a series of fires caused by the device, but Samsung's troubles aren't over yet. According to one Florida couple, a Galaxy Note 7 left charging in a Jeep on Monday caused a series ...and more »

Alleged Galaxy Note 7 explosion burns down man's house - BGR

Do yourself a favor: if you still own a Galaxy Note 7, follow these instructions to participate in the recall. At this point, there's no way of telling which Galaxy Note 7 is safe to use, or when – if ever – they might explode. A man in Horry County ...and more »

Galaxy Note 7 explosions allegedly cause both a house and a car to catch fire - 9 to 5 Google

When Samsung began recalling the Galaxy Note 7 due to faulty batteries, many applauded the company for taking action so quickly after approximately 35 devices had exploded. Since then, we've heard about several more devices exploding around the ...and more »

Samsung's 'exploding' Galaxy Note 7 may be banned from flights - Wired.co.uk

America's airline regulator, the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA), is considering banning the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from all flights. ADVERTISEMENT. Samsung has asked for the voluntary recall of 2.5 million phablets after reports that at least 35 ...and more »

Galaxy Note 7: Owners advised not to use on planes - BBC News

Airline passengers have been warned by US authorities not to switch on or charge their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones when on board the plane. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) also advised against packing the phones into any checked-in ...and more »

Airlines are warning passengers not to use Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on board - The Next Web

Now that Samsung has issued a mass recall for the Galaxy Note 7 , Australian airlines Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia are advising passengers to refrain from using their devices on board. Following numerous reports of exploding batteries, the ...and more »

FAA may ban Note 7 on flights due to exploding batteries - The Next Web

As Samsung continues its fake recall of the Note 7, Gizmodo reports the FAA is considering an outright ban on the device until all problems with its exploding battery have been cleared up. “We're hunting for awesome startups”. Run an early-stage company?and more »

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 fiasco raises questions over company's battery business - The Indian Express

Samsung has issued a statement saying it has found 35 devices with problematic batteries globally so far. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. By: Tech Desk | Published:September 7, 2016 1:51 pm. Samsung, Samsung Galaxy Note 7, ...and more »