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An iPhone XS Max explodes in a man's back pocket, according to a recent report. Check out the story and the pictures attached.
The Galaxy F gets a few new views while an iPhone X explodes after a software update. Also on our show, why you should buy a Mac Mini and iPad Pro together.
There has been a report saying that an iPhone X exploded after being updated to iOS 12.1 so you should wait a bit longer before upgrading
According to a lawsuit, a New York woman was inside an elevator with a Note 9 oozing smoke and that Samsung should've known about the defection.
If your iPhone's getting hot and bothered, it may be causing the battery inside to bloat, allowing the screen to crack more easily. Get that battery replaced.
What caused only one AirPod to swirl in smoke and then pop and spark during a workout? The user and Apple wants to know.
At least 50,000 HP laptops and mobile workstations sold between December 2015 and December 2017 are unsafe to use due to potentially overheating batteries.
Apple doesn't make AAA batteries, did not include any with the headphones and did not specify any that should be used in the headphones, the victim claims.
“I don’t have a dishonest bone in my body, nobody is trying to get over on Fitbit or be dishonest with them," the injured owner of the Flex 2 said.
Fitbit is faced with an allegation Samsung has had to tackle many times last year, though chances are this Flex 2 incident is either fake or isolated.
Several elements of Samsung's scheme to bring back the Galaxy Note 7 have been shown off in leaked photos of the device in Vietnam.
Cabin bans on tablets and laptops from several Middle Eastern countries may have been triggered by intelligence of, in part, an iPad bomb plot.
Is there "literally no explanation" for the latest allegedly random iPhone 7 Plus melting incident? Apple will try to find out.
The company has thumbed India and Vietnam to get the refurbished Note 7 units that will be equipped with a smaller battery than the one originally provided.
No reports of major implications have come out of this fire in the Beijing-adjacent city of Tianjin, but there is the perception factor.
The failure points center around the battery: missing insulation tape which was thin to begin with and extremely tight design tolerances contributed.
It's officially official now - Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 investigations are over, with findings and a quality enhancement plan going public in a few days.
The owners of the recalled phone number in the thousands. And after such a drawn out take-in process, the network has decided to play tough with them.
Contrary to information provided from a company source to a Korean outlet, the wire service is being told that a different main reason for the blasts.
An official said that the smartphone fell victim to feature overload, poor design for heat dispersion and unchecked thermal runaway.
The big safeguard the chaebol is promoting in order to ensure consumers' attention to safety is met? A heat pipe. Like on the Galaxy Note 7.
The company that provided the Galaxy Note 7 with batteries that exploded on the odd case is reportedly not to blame for those events.
Sony has Samsung to thank with its Note 7 crash and burn. But even at this point, the Note 7 is still being used more than the V20, 3T and Bolt combined.