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BusinessToday.In
October 19, 2020
Xiaomi's official statement followed shortly after netizens began posting about the app, with some of them saying that the platform did not display any result on searching Itanagar and other places of Arunachal Pradesh


Amritanshu Mukherjee
New Delhi, March 16, 2020
A Redmi Note 7 Pro user in Gurugram reported an exploded battery case while normal usage. Xiaomi has explored the issue already and is providing full support to the user.


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November 21, 2019
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BusinessToday.In
November 21, 2019
When asked about the issue, Xiaomi in a statement said that the damage occurred due to \"external force\"


BusinessToday.In
September 17, 2018
A Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 smartphone has reportedly caught fire in a woman's purse in New York. According to a report by The New York Post, the incident happened earlier this month and now the victim has filed a suit.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, June 21, 2018
Instagram has a new app to compete with YouTubeFacebook Inc-owned (FB.O) social network Instagram launched a mobile app on Wednesday dedicated to user-generated videos up to an hour long, intensifying the competition for consumers' time among ad-supported streaming services such as YouTube. Called IGTV in a nod to traditional television, the service plans to feature videos from rising internet celebrities, artists and pets, some of whom have tens of millions of social media foll...


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 21, 2018
According to an India Today report, the CEO of Malaysia's startup influencer passed away last week when his mobile phone exploded while charging.


BT Online
New Delhi, October 23, 2017
Samsung's \"explosive\" problems have no visible end to them. Right after the company made an impressive comeback with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 the company is back in lime-light for all the bad reasons.


BT Online
New Delhi, October 9, 2017
'Smartphone' and 'explosion' have been increasingly featuring in the same sentence. Another incident has been reported from Indonesia where a man's shirt caught fire after the phone in his pocket exploded.


BT Online
New Delhi, November 7, 2016
The device is being sold by Reliance Retail, was launched along with the new Jio network.


Associated Press
November 6, 2016
Samsung Electronics said Sunday it will offer an artificial intelligence assistant service in the upcoming flagship smartphone, as the South Korean firm seeks recovery from its global smartphone recalls.


Associated Press
October 27, 2016
Samsung Electronics reported a sharp fall in its quarterly earnings today as the unprecedented recall and discontinuation of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphones wiped out its mobile profit.


BT Online
New Delhi, October 26, 2016
This is the second accident involving a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in a month but the company hasn't responded so far.


Reuters
September 29, 2016
Samsung on September 2 initiated a voluntary global recall of at least 2.5 million Note 7 smartphones due to faulty batteries causing some of the flagship devices to catch fire, a deeply embarrassing crisis for a firm that prides itself for its quality control.


Associated Press
September 19, 2016
Two Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones reportedly have caught fire in China in what, if confirmed, would be the first such incidents in the world's largest smartphone market.


PTI
September 9, 2016
In an unusual move, the US aviation safety regulator today \"strongly advised\" passengers not to turn on or charge their Samsung new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones during flights after reports of the devices catching fire.


Arpita Mukherjee
Delhi, March 29, 2014
However, despite the sustained growth, the founders say the company could have expanded much faster had they taken more people on board and \"delegated work\" much earlier.


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