DTNS 2878 – Asgardian Space Pirates

Logo by Mustafa Anabtawi thepolarcat.comSamsung is only the latest company bitten by the volatile nature of lithium ion batteries. Could hydrogen fuel cells bring us stable, longer-lasting power? Maybe, maybe not. Brian Brushwood and Tom Merritt discuss why.


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  1. Hey Tom, I personally think the correct answer to someone who is thinking of holding on to their Note 7 is an unequivocal NO. There should be no quibble, no “well its up to you”. The device presents a danger and has been recalled and as inconvenient as it is and it sucks, give it back. Also in not returning it consumers are also hurting Samsung as the US Consumer Product Safety Commission cannot declare the recall over until all the devices have been recovered. Thankfully Android Central has also done this nice article going over some of my points and more. http://www.androidcentral.com/no-seriously-return-your-galaxy-note-7

    So once again to all Note 7 users … return your device. and please reverse this trend http://www.gsmarena.com/despite_second_recall_galaxy_note7_usage_numbers_continue_to_rise-news-21070.php

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