Samsung is facing a demand from consumer groups around the world to explain how 2.5 million potentially dangerous Galaxy Note7 smartphone were permitted to be sold globally.
Australian consumer group CHOICE is happy that Samsung has decided to stop production of the Galaxy Note7 a week after it won a Shonky Award from the group for the second year running.
Printer maker HP has hit back at Choice over the consumer advocacy group's announcement that it is investigating whether the company might have breached Australian Consumer Law when it was reported to have issued a firmware update to “block consumers using cheaper third-party ink cartridges”.
LOL. Read some history pal.
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