Samsung Finally Reveals Why the Note 7 Kept Exploding - WIRED

After months of silence following a global recall of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone last October, Samsung disclosed its lengthy findings as to what caused the device's batteries to overheat and catch fire. Based on the company's own investigation and ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy S8 to have bigger 'infinity' display, insiders say - The Guardian

The Galaxy S8 will be announced in late March and go on sale around 21 April. Photograph: Ed Jones/AFP/Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on Pinterest · Share on ...and more »

Samsung blames Galaxy Note 7 fires on faulty batteries (Update) - Phys.Org

The world's biggest smartphone maker Samsung blamed faulty batteries on Monday for the fires that hit its flagship Galaxy Note 7 device last year, as it sought to draw a line under the humiliating recall. Samsung Electronics was forced to discontinue ...and more »

Samsung confirms cause of Note7 battery fires, launch of Galaxy S8 delayed -

The cause of the most expensive product recall in tech industry history has been confirmed – Samsung said a catalogue of errors surrounding the Note7's battery was at the heart of the problem. Samsung concluded a months-long investigation by ...and more »

Samsung Galaxy S8: What We Know - PC Magazine

Editor's Note: This story was updated on March 16 with more details. The Samsung Galaxy S8 will be one of the hottest phones of the year, and it's a critical one for Samsung. With the Galaxy Note 7 being pulled from the market (and many people ...and more »

Samsung points to two separate battery issues for combustible Note7 - The Sydney Morning Herald

Samsung looked to regain the trust of its customers as it revealed late Sunday that two separate battery issues caused one of its best-selling smartphones to catch fire and explode this past fall. The South Korean tech giant disclosed in a report that ...and more »

​Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 report should quell fears, but brand recoveries take time - ZDNet

Samsung's mobile chief DJ Koh wants to earn back trust. Samsung outlined the conclusions from its investigation of the Galaxy Note 7 recall and handled its disclosure pretty well. Samsung also worked to restore some trust in its brand via its press ...and more »

Timeline of Samsung's $7.53b overheating Galaxy Note7 smartphone debacle - The Straits Times

Samsung announces that batteries were to blame for the Galaxy Note 7 crisis that wiped US$5.3 billion (S$7.5 billion) off its operating profit. A South Korean employee working to provide replacement Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones at a ...and more »

Samsung answers burning Note 7 questions, vows better batteries - CNET

Sure, blame the batteries. But it's not quite that simple. During a press conference Sunday, Samsung said two separate battery defects caused both the original batch of Galaxy Note 7 phones and the replacement units to overheat. The first battery, it ...and more »

Galaxy Note 7 Fires Caused by Battery and Design Flaws, Samsung Says - New York Times

Koh Dong-jin, president of Samsung's mobile communications business, said, “We are taking responsibility for our failure to ultimately identify and verify the issues arising out of the battery design and manufacturing process prior to the launch of the ...and more »