Samsung has been in the news a lot lately, and not for a good reason. The mainstream media has jumped at every opportunity to ravage Samsung over every report of exploding phones; often without verifying the source. A new report from China where a man claimed a "safe Galaxy Note 7" exploded while charging, damaging his Macbook Pro and injuring two of his fingers. The man Hui Renjie was visited by a Samsung representative but declined their offer to inspect his phone because he does not trust them to reveal the true nature of the fire, so he decided to publicize the issue (bloomberg.com) Now as much as Samsung has botched the recall thus far of the Galaxy Note 7, the media is quick with headlines of "Supposed safe Galaxy Note 7 explodes". At this point we don't know whether Mr. Renjie was telling the truth or exactly what occurred. What we do know is these serious accusations can cause irreparable damage to a business. We at Dinosaur Spaceship are not apologist and are beholden by no corporation. But these serious allegations and the media is failing with its shotty journalism. In this age of click bait headlines, media companies and blogs are more concerned with clicks then actual reporting. So instead of using terms like "alleges" or "possible" they simply state "explodes" then as you read along you find more facts about the case. Whenever someone decides to publicize an issue, in this case Mr. Renjie; it is a journalist job to examine the issue more closely.