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Yondr | Phone-Free Zones

Yondr invites you to disconnect in “phone-free” zones. Yondr makes phone-free movies, concerts, and parties possible with locked case. Yondr is the easiest way to maintain authenticity, privacy, and exclusivity. Yondr – Smart Phone Pouches Yondr gives artists, organizations and individuals the tools to create phone-free events and spaces. In a technology-filled world, Yondr is the easiest way to maintain authenticity, privacy and exclusivity. How YONDR works 1. YONDR CASES As people enter the venue, their phones will be placed in Yondr cases.       2. LOCK Once they enter the phone-free zone, the cases will lock. Attendees...

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Exploding Phone Battery Not Genuine

Samsung Galaxy S4 phone explodes in schoolgirl’s lap, catches fire. It was a non-genuine replacement battery purchased on eBay. The parents said they thought it was a genuine Samsung battery, but Samsung have announced its investigation showed the battery was a imitation copy battery. Samsung Galaxy S4 phone explodes in schoolgirl’s lap, catches fire A MOOROOLBARK girl has been left with first degree burns after her Samsung Galaxy S4 exploded on her lap on her way to school. Brooklyn McDonald, 15, who attends Oxley College, was sitting in the passenger seat of her aunt’s car when her Samsung Galaxy S4 made a loud hissing and popping sound and exploded in her lap. Brooklyn’s aunt, Courtney Handley from Croydon, who was driving at the time, said she immediately went into panic mode and quickly pulled over. “I was in complete shock as Brooklyn’s lap was on fire and pieces of the phone had flown everywhere from the explosion causing a fire to start on the passenger footwell,” Ms Handley said. “I quickly put out the fire on her lap and in the car. I took Brooklyn straight to Mooroolbark Clinic and she was diagnosed with first and second degree burns around her inner thighs,” she said. The teen also suffered blistering. “I had my 18-month-old son in the car with me at the time too and I’m so lucky that...

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Galaxy Note7 Recall

Samsung Electronics Australia has extended its recall to all Galaxy Note7 devices in this country, including those that were provided as replacement Galaxy Note7 devices. Customers in Australia who have a Galaxy Note7, both an original Note7 device purchased before September 5 or a new replacement Note7 device, should power down their phone and contact their original place of purchase. Samsung Australia is working with all its operator and retail partners to ensure all customers can receive an exchange – including to a Galaxy S7 or S7 edge (plus a refund for the difference in price) – or full refund for their Galaxy Note7. Before returning their Galaxy Note7, customers should back-up their data, complete a factory reset to delete personal information and power down their device. We sincerely regret the inconvenience and we thank you for your patience. Customers who purchased their Galaxy Note7 from another retailer should return to that place of purchase. Customers who purchased their Galaxy Note7 from Samsung can contact their original store of purchase or contact our customer service team on 1300 362 603 Click here to view the Samsung Electronics Australia media statement regarding its decision to extend its Galaxy Note7 recall to replacement Note7 devices. Frequently Asked Questions What should I do if I own a Galaxy Note7? Samsung Electronics Australia has extended its recall to all Galaxy Note7 devices in...

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aussieoutages.com

aussieoutages.com powered by Downdetector aussieoutages.com is an independent resource that detects service interruptions and outages. It tracks reports for each company on a seperate page and will publish a brief update once an issue is determined. aussieoutages.com About Downdetector We like to see Downdetector as the weatherman for the digital world: we detect when technology fails. Just like the weather, service interruptions and outages can’t be predicted, and just like a weatherman, we can tell you what is going on. More concretely, Downdetector offers a realtime overview of status information and outages for all kinds of services. We aim to track any service that its users consider vital to their everyday lives, including (but not limited to) internet providers, mobile providers, airlines, public transport and online services. Downdetector is an independently owned and operated by Serinus42 BV. Downdetector spawned from the notion that existing solutions did a poor job at informing the public. People who are affected by an on outage typically turn to their provider or the media for updates, but in fact they know best if there are any issues. Following that guiding principle, we have set up and expanded our service since April 2012. We will continue to drive future changes and improvements, as well as expand to other countries (please check the bottom of this page for a list of regions that we currently serve)....

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