- The Wall Street Journal•5 hours ago
Samsung, grappling with a massive recall of its premium Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, said it is looking into consumer complaints in the U.S. and south Korea that some of its replacement phones are overheating....
- Motley Fool•19 hours ago
Chip giant Intel isn't going to fall behind its competitors in terms of chip area scaling, but its claims of having a substantial edge over its competition here don't hold up to scrutiny.
Samsung Electronics Co said on Tuesday it has got back around 60 percent of recalled Galaxy Note 7 smartphones sold in South Korea, the United States and Europe, suggesting it is making progress in its attempts to recover from the crisis. In a statement, Samsung said it was focused on replacing all affected devices "as quickly and efficiently" as possible and reiterated its request that customers affected by the current recall should power off their device and turn them in. Samsung hopes to take the faulty products off the market as soon as possible in order to limit further damage to its reputation and resume sales of the flagship device ahead of the key holiday shopping season in major markets such as the United States.
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