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According to TechCrunch,

Samsung Electronics is urging people around the world who have its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone to stop using it immediately and exchange it as soon as possible. The urgent message comes as there have been more reports of the phones catching fire, even after Samsung issued an unprecedented global recall earlier this month. The recall of some 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7s came just two weeks after it was launched. Reports of the phones catching fire led to a Samsung investigation that found a problem with its rechargeable lithium batteries. The Federal Aviation Administration late last week warned airline passengers not to turn on or charge the Galaxy Note 7 during flights and not to put the phone in their checked bags. One day later, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission urged owners of the phone to turn them off and leave them off.

Grow up and get an iPhone.  The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus drops Friday the 16th.

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