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inknik0400
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Best HP PhotoSmart Printer
inknik0400   6/25/2019 3:38:18 AM
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HP has taken their preferred of the printer to the subsequent degree with the brand new range of PhotoSmart printers. 

MrPhen375
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Phen375 sales
MrPhen375   5/17/2017 2:38:56 AM
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It is so lucky for us that the Phen375 sales and distribution process does not require such troublesome mechanical tests on every pack design including shock, vibration, thermal shock, altitude, thermal exposure, and mould stress.

hamidwali
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samsung note 7
hamidwali   10/11/2016 10:51:10 AM
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i must share an experience with samsung note 7, find my comlete story here

antoun-sehnaoui
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Battery problems
antoun-sehnaoui   10/11/2016 1:56:52 AM
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Whether it happened to a Samsung smartphone or another brand - as you said customers want safer batteries and safer products in general. I even read somewhere I think that a supposedly repaired Galaxy Note 7 exploded. These kind of incidents can definitely damage the brand image if the issue is not resolved quickly. 

alexandre
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alexandre   10/6/2016 11:37:49 AM
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Thanks for this article, 

I had a samsung's battery problems there not long ago and I do not know if I was the only one in this case, now I understand better, thank you

ava1122
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Re: issue of gift shopping
ava1122   10/2/2016 2:10:12 AM
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But the whole stock of company has been failed

PaulNagau
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issue
PaulNagau   9/28/2016 4:42:02 PM
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It is true that Samsung has a bit of bad luck and this industrial issue a dominoes effect, hope that the solution will be found quickly
P Nagau

Kolina
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Kolina   9/23/2016 9:58:38 AM
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Good writing, nice site

Judith M. Myerson
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Re: LIthium is a rare element
Judith M. Myerson   9/12/2016 7:58:55 PM
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Thank you Pablo,

What you said about terrorists using illegal lithium trade to fund their organizations is so true.  The Afhgan Taliban's second largest source of revenue comes from taxing small mining operations in the areas under its control, as stated in this article. 

The US Bet Half A Billion Dollars That Minimg Would Save the Afghan Economy.  It didn't.

The good news is that US has been importing lithium it gets from own reserves in Nevada and from a NC plant. University of Wyoming researchers discovered the lithium while studying the idea of storing carbon dioxide underground in Wyoming 2014. They and other domestic options could eventually meet most, if not all, US demand for lithium-ion batteries.

 

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Re: LIthium is a rare element
Pablo Valerio   9/12/2016 4:29:39 PM
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Thank you Judith,

Lithium-Ion batteries will probably be ones powering most devices, and electric vehicles, for the next 20 years or so. There was an interesting piece by Jennifer Baljko, who is traveling in Asia now, about the lithium trade and the potential for countries such as Afghanistan:

Afghanistan: Mineral-Rich, Conflict Torn Electronics Treasure Trove

unfortunately lithium is becoming a rare commodity, and that can fuel some illegal trade which in turn be used by terrorists as a way to fund their organizations.

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