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A Samsung Galaxy Note 9 reportedly caught fire earlier this month, according to a lawsuit reported by the New York Post on Saturday.
According to the Post, New York woman Diane Chung said the phone became extremely hot on September third, before catching fire in her purse.
In a statement, Samsung said it was investigating the matter, but had not received any reports of similar incidents involving a Galaxy Note9 device.
Amazon is investigating reports staff were caught offering to delete negative reviews on the site, and to restore banned accounts according to The Wall Street Journal.
The employees, largely based in China, were also allegedly caught working through third-party brokers to sell sales data, the General reports.
In a statement, Amazon said it has zero tolerance for those abusing the system and it that it would take action against bad actors.
And finally, Elon Musk wants to bring Tesla crash repairs in-house In a tweet on Sunday, The Tesla CEO said outside repairs, we're taking weeks or months to do repairs, driving car owners is crazy.
Musk said Tesla was aiming for same day repairs in-house with a goal to eventually do repairs in under an hour.
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