LG Battery Explodes -- LG Shares Take a Hit.

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  1. monakh

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    arunragavan Notebook Consultant

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    OMG! thats gruesome! what happened to the journalist? Acid burns?? poor guy! its a very news especially for those people who carry the laptop with them everywhere they go! some people who have got a new laptop and who really cuddle it when they sleep :D
     
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    Jason Overclocker NBR Reviewer

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    Giant computer companies are turning into terrorists! j/k :p
     
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    LOL so does this mean LG execs are goin to gitmo?
     
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    OMG! maybe this is a sign that we should use our laptops less often...in case it gets explosive
     
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    it will be disaster for Lg. we saw the sony batteries before and everyone sacres sony batteries nowadays :)
     
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    History repeats itself. It was Sony that was in hot water when similar incident happened last year.
     
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    That cost Sony a heck of a lot of money, and last I heard they were exiting the battery business because no one wanted their product anymore.
     
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