Tuesday, November 23, 2004
Cell Phones Continue to Explode
When I blogged Explosive Hong Kong Phone Call in April, I thought it was a relatively isolated, even somewhat comical incident (no injury occurred that time). In fact, I think I found the item in Yahoo's "Oddly Enough" collection. However, it turns out to be a worldwide and not so isolated phenomenon, caused by defective or counterfeit batteries as this report, from Yahoo's Technology News section indicates.
Exploding Cell Phones a Growing ProblemRead the rest here
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