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Samsung revealed the cause of the Galaxy Note 7 overheating problem that affected both the original Note 7 and the revised replacement units.
In both, manufacturing flaws forced the positive and negative layers inside the batteries together, which forced them to short circuit.
This short circuiting could lead to fires.
A photo and a tweet may have revealed the look and release date of Samsung's Galaxy S8.
Blogger Evan Blass, who has a reliable track record of leaking information on unannounced phones, tweeted a picture he claims is the Galaxy S8.
He also suggested a release date of March 29th, 2017.
When contacted, Samsung declined to comment.
According to the New York Times, president Trump is actively using an unsecure android phone which is vulnerable to attacks.
The report say the president apparently keeps the device to near him to tweet from the white house while he watches television.
The secret service has provided a secure phone with limited capabilities that could include the ability to tweet.
For the first time since the year 2000, Microsoft's market shares rose to above $500 billion.
The company announced its financial information and beat analyst estimates for both profit and revenue.
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