Koreans think it is an over reaction
Korean experts are getting a little miffed at the way that the US government is handling Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 recall and is starting to suspect that it is an attempt to protect Apple.
The Gods have spoken and the ground shakes
Samsung appears to have hacked off the gods – first its Note 7 batteries start exploding and now the ground is literally being pulled from under its feet.
Wants a graphics core
AMD and Nvidia are apparently in a scrap to provide Samsung with a graphics core for its custom CPU.
Hit the road jack
The Tame Apple Press is telling the world that Samsung is so impressed with Jobs’ Mob’s "brave move" to purge the headphone jack it is set to copy it.
We'd much rather have cash
It looks like the rush by Apple and Samsung to create digital wallets has been pretty much useless.
Europeans don’t want big screens, which is news to us
LG has decided that Europeans don’t want big screen phones and are not issuing the V20 in that region.
Prints off a $1.05 billion dollar cheque
The maker of expensive printer ink, HP, has written a $1.05 billion cheque for Samsung's printer business.
Samsung has told Galaxy Note7 users to turn off their phones and go back to their old ones until the replacements show up.
Snubs its own flaming subsidiary
Samsung has indicated it will from now on use all batteries for its device from China's ATL after its own SDI subsidiary embarrassed it.
2.5 million phones being returned
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall sounds like one of the biggest in the last few years and it looks like the company has to recover as many as 2.5 million phones from its customers. This is likely to cost Samsung close to a billion dollars and it will eat up any potential profits it was making from these phones.