Is it real? Is it a hoax? It's hard to tell, because I can't find the source lawsuit claimed online, but a single report of a Note9 battery catching fire has emerged.
The reasons behind the highly publicised recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 will be revealed at a live teleconference at noon (EDST), Monday 23 January.
Stanford scientists have come up with what is claimed to be the first self-extinguishing Lithium-ion battery.
A Samsung Galaxy Note7 caught fire on a US plane shortly before take-off today (October 5 in the US and October 6 in Australia).
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