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Samsung sued over exploded Galaxy Note 7 handset

Samsung sued over exploded Galaxy Note 7 handset

According to a Reuters report, a man named Jonathan Strobel has filed a lawsuit in Florida against Samsung Electronics over the company's exploding Galaxy Note 7 smartphones.

The lawsuit, filed on Friday, is apparently the first lawsuit involving Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 handsets --- the company's newest flagship smartphones.

Only 13% US Galaxy Note 7 users have exchanged their potentially explosive handsets

Only 13% US Galaxy Note 7 users have exchanged their potentially explosive hands

In a disclosure related to Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 replacement program, Tim Baxter -- president and COO of Samsung Electronics America -- said in a video released on Thursday that the replacement of Galaxy Note 7 with other devices has thus far been sought only by a small percentage users of the handset.

Uber’s self-driving cars hit Pittsburg roads under a test program

Uber’s self-driving cars hit Pittsburg roads under a test program

On Wednesday, ride-hailing service Uber launched a test program in Pittsburg under which it will make self-driving cars available to the general public. The test program launched by Uber marks the first-of-its-kind experiment involving self-driving cars in the US.

Phil Schiller: Removal of headphone jack marks Apple’s desire for technological progress

Phil Schiller: Removal of headphone jack marks Apple’s desire for technological

About Apple's move to remove the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack from the iPhone 7, which was unveiled on September 7, the company's marketing chief Phil Schiller said that the elimination of the headphone jack from the latest iPhone is pure expression of Apple's yearning for technological progress.

Samsung, CPSC ask Galaxy Note 7 owners to stop using their handsets

Samsung, CPSC ask Galaxy Note 7 owners to stop using their handsets

On Friday, bigwig South Korean device maker Samsung Electronics and the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) have asked the owners of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to keep their devices turned off and not to use them.

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