Samsung is considered relapsing its faulty batteries in Samsung Galaxy Note 9 after an fire catching in the US, which may impact on the sale of this product on the global. Samsung relapse its faulty batteries in Samsung Galaxy Note 9? According to newswire NewYork Post, a Long Island woman Diane Chung took Samsung to the court after her Samsung Galaxy Note 9 spontaneously combusted inside a Long Island woman’s purse. The first target of the lawsuit is to clarify her damage in this incident. Diane Chung said in her lawsuit she was using the new handset on September 3 when it suddenly became "extremely hot," and then she stopped using the phone and placed it in her purse but soon heard "a whistling and screeching sound, and she noticed thick smoke" pouring from her purse. Chung had to remove the phone by emptying her purse onto an elevator floor, but the fire didn't stop until a passerby picked up the handset with a cloth and placed it into a bucket of water. The … [Read more...] about Samsung relapse its faulty batteries in Samsung Galaxy Note 9?
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Minnesota Twins' Joe Mauer hits a grand slam off New York Yankees pitcher Tommy Kahnle in the fifth inning of a baseball game Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone) Minnesota Twins' Joe Mauer doffs his helmet after a curtain call following his his grand slam off New York Yankees pitcher Tommy Kahnle in the fifth inning of a baseball game Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone) Minnesota Twins pitcher Tyler Duffey throws against the New York Yankees in the first inning of a baseball game Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone) Minnesota Twins' Ehire Adrianza, left, high-fives Robbie Grossman after Adrianza scored on a double by Jorge Polanco off New York Yankees pitcher Jonathan Loaisiga in the fourth inning of a baseball game, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Jim Mone) New York Yankees' Andrew McCutchen, right, is tagged out by Minnesota Twins shortstop Jorge Polanco as he attempted to steal second in the … [Read more...] about Joe Mauer’s grand slam is big difference in 10-5 victory over Yankees
By John Shea Updated 10:22 pm PDT, Thursday, August 9, 2018 Two teams squared off Thursday night in China Basin to open a four-game series, and one played crisply, energetically and efficiently as if it had every desire to make a run to the playoffs. It wasn’t the Giants, who did little right in a lethargic 10-5 loss to the Pirates. The Giants are seven games behind in both the division race and wild-card race with 46 to play, and that’s no place to be if a team is serious about October baseball. A few more days like Thursday, and the Giants could start looking ahead to 2019, if some in the organization aren’t already. Not only did starter Andrew Suarez give up consecutive home runs in the second inning, but two Gold Glove infielders made consecutive errors on seventh-inning plays, the beginning of the endo for the scuffling Giants. Second baseman Joe Panik botched a backhanded play he has made thousands of times, and third baseman Evan … [Read more...] about Giants sloppy in 10-5 loss to Pirates, another blow to playoff hopes
By Jordan Blum Published 5:29 pm CDT, Thursday, July 26, 2018 Photo: BHP Billiton Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 BHP Billiton is trimming the number of its U.S. drilling rigs, such as this one in the Eagle Ford Shale. BHP Billiton is trimming the number of its U.S. drilling rigs, such as this one in the Eagle Ford Shale. Photo: BHP Billiton BP buys big into Permian, U.S. shale with $10.5 billion deal 1 / 1 Back to Gallery British energy major BP is a huge Texas player now after agreeing to pay $10.5 for the shale assets of Australia's BHP Billiton. The sale represents a major turnaround for BP as it seeks to grow again after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon tragedy in the Gulf of Mexico. The deal includes all of BHP's acreage in West Texas' booming Permian Basin, South Texas' Eagle Ford shale and Louisiana's … [Read more...] about BP buys big into Permian, U.S. shale with $10.5 billion deal
0 View Comments The Colorado Springs Airport has been awarded a $10.5 million grant from the Federal Aviation Administration to continue work on taxiways near its passenger terminal. Broomfield-based Flatiron Construction Corp. is expected to start work on the project in August and complete the first phase in October, begin the second phase in April and complete it in July, said Chris Touch, the airport's interim design and construction manager. The taxiways that will be rebuilt were first constructed when the passenger terminal was completed in 1994. Related: Denver International Airport breaks ground on major expansion The first segment of taxiway work funded by a previous grant began in September and will be completed next week. The airport also will seek a grant next year to pay for continuing work later in 2019, Touch said. The $10.5 million allotment is part of $3.18 billion in grants awarded to more than 200 projects nationwide, including $22.8 million for projects at … [Read more...] about Colorado Springs Airport wins $10.5 million for taxiway work