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As electronics and gadgets runs our daily life to the point of addiction, and occasionally comes with unexpected consciousness too.

Few months back it was an explosion of a smartphone battery and then laptop and now headphone. What will be the next? According to Australian air safety investigator report; an Australian woman face burned after her battery-operated headphone exploded while she was in a flight from Beijing to Melbourne.  
 
 

According to USA Today; she was asleep on the plane while wearing the headphones and awoke to a loud explosion about two hours into the flight, the Australian Transport Safety bureau said in a statement. The woman said she the felt a burning sensation on her face.  It is not clear that when this incident happened or what airline she was on. The headphones brand also unknown at this point.    

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Samsung to launch its new QLED TVs range
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Samsung claims that the new range of QLED TVs are superior to OLED TVs.  There are no changes made to the product since CES 2017. However there will be reviews after TVs goes on the market shelf. 
 
Amazon’s Alexa is coming to your iPhone
Amazon is taking Alexa to iOS in their latest app update, for detail go. USA Today
 




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