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Samsung Exchanging Note 7s At Airports Around The World

10/18/2016, As you guys might have heard, airlines and governments around the world are starting to ban the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from being brought onboard planes. Given that the phones are a potential fire hazard due, it makes sense. So the question is, what...

Samsung Apparently Denying Gear VR Refunds For Note 7 Customers

10/17/2016, So Samsung is currently accepting returns and are also giving refunds for customers who bought the Galaxy Note 7. This makes perfect sense especially when you consider that the handsets are potentially dangerous. However it seems that Samsung isn’t...

Airlines In Other Countries Are Also Banning The Galaxy Note 7

10/17/2016, Recently in the US, the Department of Transportation has officially banned the Galaxy Note 7 from being brought onboard airplanes. Prior to this, officials had advised passengers to turn off their phones and not to charge them, but now with this ban in...

Samsung Seems To Be Porting Note 7 Features Over To The Galaxy S7

10/16/2016, Now that Samsung has discontinued the Galaxy Note 7 and taken it off the shelves, we guess that’s pretty much the end of the phone, or is it? According to several user reports (via Engadget), it seems that Samsung has been pushing out software updates...

AT&T Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Finally Gets Marshmallow

10/16/2016, If you happen to own the original Galaxy Tab S 10.5 on AT&T then you’re going to be very happy today. The carrier has finally updated the tablet to Marshmallow. AT&T is now rolling out Android 6.0 for the Galaxy Tab S 10.5. It has released...

More Than 1 Million Note 7 Handsets Are Still In Use

10/14/2016, With there being multiple reports of explosions, an official recall, and a ban from being brought onboard airplanes, you would think that existing Note 7 owners would be quick to return their devices for another handset that is “safer” and isn’t...

Development Of The Galaxy S8 Firmware Has Reportedly Begun

10/14/2016, Without a doubt Samsung will be releasing the Galaxy S8 in 2017. Now it might seem a bit early, but given the snafu with the Galaxy Note 7, we heard the rumors that Samsung could be getting ready for an earlier-than-expected launch of the Galaxy S8 and a...

US Department Of Transportation Bans The Note 7 From All Airplanes

10/14/2016, During the recall process of the Galaxy Note 7, airline companies and government bodies had warned users about the phone and banned the use of the devices onboard flights. Basically customers could still bring their phones on board, but they weren’t...

Samsung Estimates Note 7 Fallout Will Cost Them $3 Billion

10/14/2016, According to a recent report, it was estimated that the entire debacle with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 would cost the company a whopping $17 billion, and it seems that the numbers might be pretty close. According to Samsung’s own estimates, they claim...

Airlines Stock Fire Containment Bags For The Note 7

10/14/2016, Not only are the first batch of Galaxy Note 7s catching on fire, but last we heard, even the replacement units are experiencing problems as well. One of the more notable incidents was actually on board a Southwest Airlines flight where a replacement Note...

Note 7 Recall Could Affect Samsung’s Other R&D Projects

10/14/2016, Trust isn’t the only thing that has taken a hit over at Samsung. With the company officially discontinuing production of the Note 7 and with the CPSC issuing a second recall, this will no doubt affect the company financially. Last we heard, it could...