I don't know where you are getting your "facts", but there have been much more than 3 phones catching fire.
As of September 15, 2016, the US CPSC reported 26 reports of burns and 55 reports of property damage, including fires in cars and a garage.
As of October 10, 2016, there have been at least 5 reports of replacement phones catching fire.
I have bought rechargeable batteries for the last 20 years. Not a single one of them has caught fire. In the case of the Galaxy Note 7, there is obviously a single, focused product that has a critical flaw.
At an artificial intelligence (AI) meet-up at Stanford University this evening, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang first announced, and then actually gave away a few brand-new, Pascal-based NVIDIA TITAN X GPUs.
In fact, the Titan X is currently the preferred GPU for deep learning thanks to its 12GB memory. But I'm not going to argue that this card can be a great GPU for both gaming and deep learning (unlike the Quadro which is largely for CAD-like applications).
I instead have been using E-mail clients for the last several years (whether it's company Outlook or personal Gmail). This has several advantages:
1. You can search through your notes.
2. If on corporate Outlook, there is security thanks to the IT department.
3. You can have rich markup if you need it.
4. You can immediately email out meeting notes.
Microsoft’s follow-up console, the Xbox One, has not sold nearly as well as the 360. In 2008, less than three years after it was launched, the company said the 360 had sold over 19 million units worldwide. The Xbox One was released in 2013, and has sold about 10 million units in roughly the same amount of time as its predecessor.
They are relatively good but absolutely terrible. -- Alan Kay, commenting on Apollos