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A more detailed look at why Note 7 phones caught fire not once, but twice -- and what happens next.

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Samsung set up special facilities to discover what caused its phone to overheat. Here's a look inside.

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The company opens up about the source of one of history's worst tech product recalls.

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Commentary: Samsung will tell the world what made Note 7 phones explode in the first place. It's the company's chance to be open and honest about what went wrong.

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Chief Mozillan calls for grass roots movement akin to 1960s' environmental awakeningsMozilla has issued a prototype of its first internet health report in a bid to make humans give security and privacy the same level of attention they devote to climate change.…

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Was it the "Walking Dead" zombies who caused it, by rooting for their home-state Falcons? Because the NFC Championship Game wasn't even close.

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Forget the granola and salads, now you can drink your way through the downward dog.

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Maybe this is the reason for the Pittsburgh Steelers' All-Pro taking to Facebook Live in the locker room after team's big win.

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Gin Palace plugs Junos DoS bugsJuniper Networks pushed out patches for its Junos operating system over the weekend.…

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We can either build more submarine cables or more efficient submarine cablesToday's international optical systems carry impressive quantities of data, but as 'net traffic continues to grow they'll likely run out of capacity.…




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