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After a lengthy investigation into the cause of Note 7 phones overheating, Samsung reveals that battery defects were to blame. It hopes to prevent similar problems in the future with new testing lab. Also in today's tech news, former Google spokesperson Hugo Barra is to return to Silicon Valley.
Bridget Carey finds a sweet way to illustrate Samsung's findings on why the Galaxy Note 7 overheated, and what the company is doing to prevent future battery failures.