When a mobile phone explosion kills a person, you think it is a rare event. When you learn that another man just died for the same reason, you start looking at yours like a potential killer.
The mobile phone of this victim—a man in a Lenovo shop in Guangzhou, China—exploded without warning in his shirt pocket, sectioning his neck artery and making him bleed to dead. The battery was recently recharged and, according to a fellow employee, it was completely new. The origin of the battery is still unknown.
Just in case, I'm not putting my iPhone in my jacket's inner chest pocket ever again. Or in my pants, for that matter. [Tech Ticker]