Samsung will put its Galaxy Note 7 back on the market next week after pulling millions off them after discovering faulty batteries were causing some to melt.
Creating a fake China crisis
Samsung is not being allowed to get off the hook for its battery woes on the Samsung Note 7 and now it is pretty clear that the Tame Apple Press has resorted to “making stuff up.”
In South Korea and the United States
Samsung says that it has got back more than 60 percent of recalled Galaxy Note 7 smartphones sold in South Korea and the United States.
Thanks for the memories
Samsung is about to jack 6 MB of RAM under the bonnet of a midrange phone.
Nearly a third are are made up
Earlier this week we upset a lot of people by questioning how many of these so called exploding Samsung Note 7 cases were true. Samsung said that so far it has had 26 high profile cases which have proved to be false.
Rumoured to be headed for Tizen
Mediatek has appeared to have confirmed a long standing rumour that Samsung is sourcing processors from MediaTek for its low-end devices, particularly its Tizen-powered handsets.
Adopts missionary position in Samsung's home ground
The fruity tax dodging cargo cult Apple has decided that it can open one of its consumer cathedrals in Samsung’s heartland.
Are all these "exploding" Note 7 cases real?
A recent case in China has suddenly made the case of the “exploding” Galaxy Note 7s look like a conspiracy.
Users don’t want to let them go
Despite all the horror stories in the Tame Apple Press, and the fact the product is having a recall, Samsung Note 7 owners are not handing over their machines.
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.