Samsung sued over Galaxy Note 7 recall - CNET

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 nightmare continues. US law firm McCuneWright says it has filed a lawsuit regarding the recall of the Note 7. The plaintiffs in the case claim that due to the recall, they were left without phones for weeks. The suit seeks ...

Samsung sets up airport kiosks for last-minute Galaxy Note 7 exchanges - Ars Technica

Flying with one of Samsung's recalled Galaxy Note 7s is now illegal in the US. To make the exchange process easier for people who haven't had time to send their Note 7 back (or who hoped they could sneak theirs past the gate), Samsung is setting up ...

Samsung Misled China By Saying Exploding Phones Were Safe - Daily Caller

Even after many reports of Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 exploding, catching fire, and melting, the company told customers in China that their devices were not dangerous because the batteries were from a different supplier. Samsung stopped shipments of the ...

You Can Now Exchange Your Galaxy Note 7 at the Airport - Travel+Leisure

Following the U.S. Department of Transportation's all-out ban on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 onboard airplanes, Samsung has opened booths at airports around the world where customers can exchange their phone before boarding. So far, the exchange ...

With Its Hardware Called Into Question, Samsung Must Differentiate Itself - Forbes

Samsung Electronics' smartphone business faced significant setbacks over the last month, on account of the Note 7 fire crisis and the double-recall and eventual discontinuation of the device. The financial impact of the crisis will be large, with ...

Samsung Brings Galaxy Note 7 Exchanges Booths to Airports - Fortune

The company is building booths in airports where passengers can return their explosion-prone smartphones to help guard against them being carried aboard airplanes in violation of a federal ban announced last week. The booths, which Samsung calls ...

Samsung putting booths in some airports to exchange Note 7 - Las Vegas Review-Journal

An exchanged Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 is seen at company's headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Oct. 13, 2016. (Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters). By HAYLEY TSUKAYAMA WASHINGTON POST. October 18, 2016 - 10:59 am. The Department of ...

Samsung will replace your Note 7 at the airport before you fly - Business Insider

Boarding an airplane with one of Samsung's potentially explosive Note 7 smartphones is now a crime in the US. Fortunately for passengers who may not be aware that they're packing dangerous contraband, Samsung is setting up shop at airports to keep ...

Flying with a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 could get you fined, kicked off plane - Chicago Tribune

Passengers who try to carry Samsung Electronics Note 7 smartphones on flights will have them confiscated and may face fines under an emergency U.S. order that significantly expands restrictions on the devices linked to almost 100 incidents of ...

In Samsung's Messy Phone Recall, Lack Of Transparency Takes Center Stage - NPR

Now that Samsung's Galaxy Note 7s have caught fire even after the phone-maker said it had changed battery suppliers, and the real cause of overheating remains a mystery, the Korean tech giant is facing new questions about its transparency throughout ...

Samsung Setting Up Galaxy Note 7 Exchange Booths at International Airports - XDA Developers (blog)

With the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 being far from a done and dusted chapter in Samsung's year, the company is taking steps to try and salvage as much of its brand reputation and loyalty as it can possibly, keeping in mind the serious nature of the incident.

Samsung Hit With Class Action Lawsuit Over Exploding Galaxy Note 7 - Motherboard

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 troubles are continuing—the company was just hit with a class action lawsuit in New Jersey focused on recovering cell phone contract fees for customers who were left with an unusable phone for several weeks. Last week, after an ...

Samsung Tried to Bribe Chinese Man to Keep Exploding Phone Video Private - Gizmodo

When a Galaxy Note 7 caught fire in China, its owner started filming the damage. That's to be expected. What was less expected was how Samsung reacted to news that one of its phones caught on fire. According to The New York Times, Samsung didn't rush ...

Why Samsung Could Get Burned in the Android Market - Knowledge@Wharton

Consumer electronics giant Samsung has taken some lumps after discontinuing its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone amid ongoing reports of combusting batteries — and the firm's recovery may be hampered by the fierce competition in the Android ecosystem.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Users Finding It Hard To Discard Recalled Phone - CBS Local

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — There are few possessions in life as treasured by many individuals than their cell phones. The mobile devices contain contacts to our closest friends and families, photos of cherished moments amd text messages to important to ...

Samsung Setting Up Note 7 Exchange Booths At Airports Around The World - The Consumerist

You're walking toward airport security when suddenly, you remember that you haven't exchanged your recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 — and you aren't allowed to bring it on your flight due to a new federal ban prohibiting the devices on all planes, lest ...

Samsung thinks it can stop information about the Galaxy S8 from leaking - Business Insider

King Canute was an old English regent who thought his power was so absolute, he could command the tides. According to legend, he placed his throne by the sea shore and ordered the water to stand still. Of course, the water paid no attention. When the ...

Samsung to Kick-Off 2017 with the World's First 10nm CPU Powering their Galaxy S8 - Patently Apple

In August we posted a report titled "Apple's iPhone 6s Crushes Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 in a New Speed Test," proving Apple's customized ARM processors are meticulously tweaked to get more performance out of seemingly older processors. For the ...

Apple iPhone 7 sales could boom due to Note 7 discontinuation - TabTimes (blog)

Despite all the bad news surrounding Samsung's recall of the Note 7, there is one company that could benefit from it according to a new report. The global recall of the Note 7 could see Apple boost iPhone 7 sales by five to seven million units. The ...

Samsung Sets Up Airport Exchange Booths to Deal With Note 7 Travel Nightmare - Gizmodo

Now that Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 is officially banned on airlines in the United States (and some other countries too), traveling across the globe with one of these devices has proven to be a bit of a nightmare. The good news is that Samsung seems to be ...