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過年的慶祝活動莫過於施放煙火了。現在快過年了,就來幾發煙火吧...

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http://www.godanriver.com/news/pittsylvania_county/fire-chief-tablet-charging-on-bed-starts-fire/article_c93e395a-cba6-11e6-9f16-1314fbbfbc53.html

Fire chief: Tablet charging on bed starts fire
19 hrs ago

A fire in Ringgold on Christmas night left a family of seven with damaged furniture and smoke damage through their home.

The fire was in a front bedroom, where a mattress, bedding and some clothing were burned.

Firefighters from Ringgold and Kentuck volunteer fire departments responded to the 7 p.m. Sunday call at 6685 Rock Springs Road.

“Apparently the children got Samsung tablets for Christmas,” Ringgold Fire Chief Mike Neal said. “They were charging one in a front bedroom and left it laying on the bed. Apparently that’s where the fire started — the tablet had melted and was just a big glob of plastic glued to the bed.”

Neal said the occupants did use a garden hose and were able to get most of the fire dealt with before firefighters arrived.

“The first on scene helped toss the mattress and some clothing out in the yard,” Neal said.

Fire alarms worked throughout the house, Neal said, alerting the adults, who called for help.

“They were lucky they were home and quick-acting with the garden hose,” Neal said.

Neal said the family was able to stay home after the smoke cleared. The adult male was treated for smoke inhalation at the scene, but did not have to be taken to a hospital.

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http://www.itv.com/news/central/2016-12-27/father-finds-sons-bed-on-fire-due-to-phone-charger/

Father finds son's bed 'set on fire' by phone charger
27 December 2016 at 11:20am

A father from Birmingham says a fire alarm saved his life after his mobile phone reportedly set fire to his son’s bed while it was charging.

Sean Hughes returned from working a night shift at Jaguar Land Rover in Castle Bromwich and placed his Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge phone on his son's bed to charge.

He went to bed in his own room at 6.45am – but at 9am he was awoken by the smoke alarm. When he went into his son’s room, he says he found the phone charger on fire and the bed smouldering.


Burn marks can be seen on the bed linen after the incident.

34-year-old Sean from Severne Road in Acocks Green, says he has since contacted Samsung, and says they told him the phone was not to blame and that it must have been an ‘outside heat source’.

If it hadn’t been for my smoke alarm, I dread to think what may have happened. When I woke up, I really panicked.

I could smell what I can only describe as burning wire, and smoke coming from my son’s bedroom. My son had gone out at the time with my wife.

There was smoke coming from the charger and the bed was smouldering. I threw the charger out of the window. I want people to know that chargers can be dangerous if left unattended.

– Sean Hughes

Two months ago, the firm suspended all production of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, halted sales worldwide and told customers to stop using the device.

It is currently preparing to bring out the hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S8 in 2017.

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http://eaglecountryonline.com/local-article/fire-dept-tablet-battery-sparked-apartment-fire/

Fire Dept: Tablet Battery Sparked Apartment Fire
Posted On December 27, 2016

(Vevay, Ind.) – A faulty tablet battery may have started a fire in a Vevay apartment Tuesday morning.

Jeff-Craig Fire Department posted photos of the fire and its possible source on the fire department’s Facebook page.

“Cause of the fire appeared to be a Samsung Tablet. The battery compartment showed evidence of a rupture. Check your electronics for possible recalls due to fire hazard,” the post read.

The damage done in the apartment was minimal and nobody was injured.

The local Red Cross is assisting the family of five that lives in the apartment.

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2016/12/30更新
http://www.ibtimes.co.in/first-case-samsung-galaxy-smartphone-burst-india-now-

First case of Samsung Galaxy smartphone burst reported in India
December 29, 2016 17:37 IST

The year 2016 definitely wasn't a great one for Samsung with its Galaxy Note 7 catching fire randomly and even exploding in some parts of the world. Now, there is one more report of a Samsung Galaxy smartphone exploding and causing injuries - the difference is that the latest incident has been reported from Southern India.

News channels in Karnataka were recently abuzz with reports about a Samsung Galaxy smartphone exploding, whilst it was in a man's trouser pocket. The explosion is said to have caused injuries to its owner, a resident of a village within Bagalkot Taluk limits.

Details regarding the exact version number and variant of this Samsung Galaxy smartphone are yet to surface. Various reports state that the smartphone was charged up to 52%, when it suddenly burst and caused injuries on the thigh area of its owner, Siddappa Anagawadi, who is now said to be under treatment at the Bagalkot Taluk hospital. Siddappa, in a statement to Kannada news channels, said that he was sitting down when the smartphone burst without any warning.

Siddappa is said to have purchased this smartphone in 2014 and he has not given the phone for any repairs till the time it exploded and even after that. It is not known whether he would lodge a complaint against Samsung.

This incident is the first reported incident in India as far as Samsung smartphones going up in flames/exploding are concerned.

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2017/01/01更新

http://www.techworm.net/2016/12/first-15-year-old-boy-killed-smartphone-explosion.html

In a first, 15-year-old boy killed in a smartphone explosion
December 31, 2016

15-year-old dies after smartphone explodes while talking, Police check whether the smartphone was Samsung Galaxy Note 7.

While there have been thousands of reports of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 exploding none have caused fatalities though some have caused grievous injuries up to now. For probably the first time an exploding smartphone believed to be Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 took somebody’s life. A 15-year-old boy died in Tamil Nadu, India after his Samsung smartphone caught fire on Thursday, leaving him with severe burns.

The police are enquiring whether the smartphone was Samsung Galaxy Note 7 which has long history of exploding in user’s hands and has been banned onboard planes almost all over the world.

According to a Times of India report, the 15-year-old was on the terrace speaking to someone on the mobile, when it burst into flames. Even as he tried to throw the phone away, his clothes caught fire, leaving him with 40% to 50% burns. The boy who is originally from Bangalore had gone to his native place to celebrate the new year.

The Samsung Galaxy Note explosion reports hit headlines after Samsung hurried through the launch to beat the upcoming Apple iPhone 7. Experts felt that Samsung in its efforts to get to market before Apple disregarded quality control and security checks before rolling out the Galaxy Note 7 to buyers. After a worldwide outcry, in September two weeks after the Note 7 launch, Samsung finally announced it was discontinuing Galaxy Note 7 smartphone sales and started issuing replacements to existing buyers.
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跨年的慶祝活動當然是要看煙火。
看著耀眼奪目的煙火,整個心情就舒爽起來,真是療癒啊!

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http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/samsung-s6-explodes-fire-flames-12386162

Mobile phone burst into flames 'sending sparks flying like fireworks’ next to six-month-old baby
14:35, 30 DEC 2016| Updated16:59, 30 DEC 2016

A mobile phone burst into flames sending sparks flying like ‘fireworks’ just centimetres away from a baby, says the child’s mother.

Mum-of-two Victoria Seed says she was shocked when she heard the bang and saw sparks flying from the Samsung Galaxy S6 was charging at the side of a bed.

She says its flames made scorch marks in the youngster’s cot.

There have been reports of some Samsung phones exploding but the electrical manufacturer has said in the past there were no known faults with the S6 devices.

Victoria, 39, of Whitefield , said she got up on Christmas Eve and while she was in the hallway heard a bang.

She said: “It wasn’t really loud, but it was enough to make me go straight back into the bedroom to see what it was.

“There was a flame coming from the phone and sparks flying everywhere. They looked like fireworks.”

Her son Ned had already been taken out of the cot, which was near the bedside table where the phone was being charged, and was laying on the bed.

Victoria added: “I grabbed the baby and ran outside and my husband Tim unplugged the phone.

“I rushed into the bathroom to make sure Ned was okay. He was around 20cm from where the phone was.”

Photographs show the blackened cot and Victoria says there was also a burn mark on the cabinet.

Victoria, who trains safeguarding for children for the NHS, added: “It was terrible. If I had been five more minutes I might not have heard it because I was about to get in the shower. It’s really worrying. I dread to think what could have happened.”

She contacted Samsung, who she said told her they would send out a replacement phone. A week later she still hasn’t received it.

A Samsung spokesperson said: "There are no known issues with the Galaxy S6.

"Samsung stands behind the quality and safety of the millions of Galaxy S6 family phones in the market. Until Samsung is able to obtain and examine any device, it is impossible to determine the true cause of any incident.

"Since being made aware of this case, Samsung has been attempting to contact the customer in order to organise collection of this device and investigate the cause of this incident.

"Samsung has now been able to speak to the customer and is working directly with Ms Seed to confirm next steps.

"Customer safety remains our highest priority and we work with any customer who has experienced an issue with a Samsung product in order to investigate the matter.”

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2017/01/06更新
http://uknip.co.uk/2017/01/fire-crews-chilling-warning-exploding-phone-charger-gosport/

Fire Crews chilling warning after exploding phone Charger in Gosport
Published on Thursday, January 5th, 2017 at 12:34 am.

A chilling warning has been issued about the dangers of leaving a phone charger plugged when not in uses.
Watch Manager Rob Dellow from Hampshire Fire and Rescue service has spoken of the danger after two crews from Gosport were called to a property with a smell of burning and blown electrics this evening.

Fire Crews raced around to the property in Thomas Grant Avenue in Gosport after the woman raised the alarmed just before 9pm on Wednesday evening.
firefighters searched the property and found the remains of the overheated Samsung charger that could have left the property gutted.
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2017/01/22更新
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/samsung-s5-exploding-1.3940902
Sleeping man wakened by heat and flames from Samsung S5 phone
By Alexandra Sienkiewicz, CBC News Posted: Jan 18, 2017 12:58 PM ET| Last Updated: Jan 18, 2017 5:00 PM ET

A Toronto man says he woke up to "massive flames shooting out the sides" of his Samsung S5 phone on Tuesday morning.

Mario Jakab went to bed around midnight on Tuesday, and woke up from the heat and firework-like sounds coming from his bedside table.

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Jakab says his Samsung Galaxy S5 caught fire on Tuesday night while charging and started shooting 'massive flames' out the side. (CBC)

"I jumped out of bed, alerted my girlfriend because I wasn't sure if anything was going to catch fire," said Jakab. "I waited for the fire to go out, because I'm not touching a flame."

In a statement to CBC Toronto, a spokesperson for Samsung said customer safety was their highest priority.

"Upon being made aware of the reported incident we began working with Mr. Jakab to investigate the matter. Until we have had an opportunity to analyze the phone we are unable to comment on the matter further."

Samsung has recalled batteries on the Galaxy Note 7 models, after the devices started catching fire. The S5 model is not included in the recall. This appears to be one of the first reports of an S5 catching fire, though a lawsuit filed in the U.S. alleges the problem extends to several other smartphones.

Jakab said a Samsung engineer picked up his device on Wednesday morning. When asked if he had modified the phone, he told them the battery and charging cable were all originals that came with the phone he bought in 2014.

"I couldn't pick up my phone or take a video of what it was doing, or even call 911," he says.

Jakab doesn't want to think what might have happened if he didn't wake up, or if the phone was in his pocket.

He wants people to learn from what happened to him and protect themselves, but said he would likely not change his own habits when it comes to charging his phone at night.

He also worries about children playing with Samsung phones.

"Just a battery heating up can burn a young child's hands, just from holding it," he said. "Apparently they're not toys, like we thought they were."

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http://www.1011now.com/content/news/Samsung-phone-starts-on-fire-burns-Nebraska-couples-bed-411355645.html
Samsung phone starts on fire, burns Nebraska couple's bed
By WOWT | Posted: Fri 2:49 PM, Jan 20, 2017

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) -- An Omaha woman wakes up to smoke and flames on her bed and she thinks her phone is the culprit.

“I woke up to, it's like a screaming noise,” said Tiffany Wolf.

It wasn't any person's screams.

"Just saw smoke pouring out of the phone," said Tiffany. "All I could think of was just running out and toss it because it was on fire."

The phone apparently burned through their sheets and mattress and left small burns on her hand.

"I was terrified,” she said.

Reports world-wide of Samsung Galaxy S-7 Notes having similar issues have led to them being banned on American flights. But there have not been as many reports of the S6 being an issue.

"You read it online. You never imagine it'll happen to you,” said Patrick Wolf.

A year ago Tiffany's Samsung phone stopped working. They sent it into an insurance company and got a new one.

"It blew up. It's not something we did,” said Tiffany.

So they filed a complaint with Samsung. They say they haven't had much luck.

"They said once they have the phone then the claim can move forward,” said Patrick.

But as Patrick and Tiffany Wolf consider legal options for the damage to their home giving up the phone puts them in a tight spot.

"I have no evidence of this anymore,” he said.

They say Tiffany's phone is technically still on a lease so she's still paying for the burned phone. When they went to Sprint they say they were told they could get a replacement phone for a $200 deductible.

"I don't really care for another time bomb in my house,” said Patrick.

Meanwhile they're left with a reminder of the mini explosion every day.

"It's just that plastic burning smell that you cannot get rid of," said Patrick.

"It's so bad,” said Tiffany.

Patrick had been trying to get Tiffany to like Samsung phones as much as originally did, but that plan, “literally backfired.”

"Blew up in her face. No pun intended,” said Patrick. "I've had Samsungs since the first Galaxy came out and I think this will be my last definitely.”
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2017/02/07更新
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/dads-terror-after-samsung-smartphone-9760491
Dad's terror after Samsung smartphone EXPLODES inches from his face while asleep
Ex-police officer David Millar was shocked when he woke up to a fire caused by the charging phone.

ByCraig McDonald,Scarlet Howes,10:30, 5 FEB 2017/ Updated11:10, 5 FEB 2017

A dad has told how he woke up in terror after his Samsung smartphone exploded at his bedside before bursting into flames.
David Millar, his partner Samantha and his 13-year-old twin boys were asleep when the handset blew up.

The fire woke the ex-police officer who grabbed the device and threw it in his bathroom sink.
Samsung last year announced a worldwide recall of their Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, which were found to be overheating. But David’s incident involved an earlier S6 model.
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都已經有現成的,還需要研發嗎?無辜

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美官員爆:凱達正在研發用電池炸飛機

2017年3月22日 下午2:01

美國有線電視新聞網(CNN)報導,一位美國官員表示,美國幾星期前接獲情報,凱達恐怖組織分支持續改良技術,企圖將炸彈藏在電子設備的電池和電池槽中,導致美國和英國禁止大於手機的電子裝置隨身帶上客機。

該名官員告訴CNN,凱達組織在阿拉伯半島的分支開始研究利用筆電和其他市售電子產品的電池、電池槽,這項發現讓美英兩國趕緊發出禁令。

美國21日發布的安全禁令規定,中東和北非的航空公司不得讓八個國家民眾攜帶比手機大的電子設備登機,這些設備必須放在托運行李中。英國和美國協商後,同日稍後宣布跟進,適用於六個國家。

該禁令是2001年9月11日恐怖攻擊後所實施的最廣泛飛安措施之一。

美國的禁令涵蓋八個國家的10個城市飛美航班,每天約50班受影響,包括埃及開羅、土耳其伊斯坦堡、沙烏地阿拉伯吉達和利雅德飛美班機。







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