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The Galaxy Note 7 smartphone got rave reviews when it debuted in August as Samsung's answer to Apple's latest iPhone. Now, Samsung's being forced to do damage-control.

Samsung recalls 2.5 million phones because of battery fires

The Galaxy Note 7 smartphone got rave reviews when it debuted in August as Samsung's answer to Apple's latest iPhone. Now, Samsung's being forced to do damage-control.

from To the Point

Millions of Americans this holiday season are buying new smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices. But the batteries that power those devices aren't keeping up.

Why Are Our Batteries Stuck in the 1990s?

Millions of Americans this holiday season are buying new smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices. But the batteries that power those devices aren't keeping up.

from To the Point

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Is Gaming Leaving Hollywood in the Dust?

Fast-paced national/international news and issues program, from KCRW.

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