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Report: Note 7 Fires Linked to 'Irregularly Sized' Batteries
The Wall Street Journal reports that some Note 7 batteries 'didn't fit properly in the phone,' causing them to overheat.

Samsung to Reveal Findings of Note 7 Investigation
A press conference on Monday in Korea is set to explain why the smartphones began exploding before they were recalled last fall.

How to Secure Your Phone for a Protest
Heading to a protest soon? Here's how to make sure your whereabouts are not tracked.

Rumor: iPhone 8 to Feature Laser-Powered Facial Recognition
Apple's next flagship may 'include some form of facial/gesture recognition supported by a new laser sensor.'

LG Sends Invites for Feb. 26 G6 Unveiling
The press event will be held in Barcelona, Spain, just one day before Mobile World Congress kicks off.

Android 7.0 Rolling Out to Galaxy S7, S7 Edge
The rollout will expand to additional devices before the second half of the year.

Scientists Can Sequence DNA With a Smartphone
A new microscope attachment could make cancer screening accessible in the most remote areas of the world.

Want to Brick an iPhone? Send Some Emojis
A specific string of emojis and text sent in an iMessage can crash the recipient's iOS device.

FTC: Qualcomm Violated Competition Laws
The chip manufacturer's exclusive agreement with Apple unfairly locked out competitors, the FTC said.

A Powerful Battery That Doesn't Explode? Yes, Please
A concept using cheap built-in flame retardant might not affect battery performance, researchers say.