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Samsung has already announced that recalling the Note 7 is going to cost them pretty significantly during their quarterly earnings report, but going beyond Q3, the company expects the damage to last over the next two quarters. Read more
After replacement Galaxy Note 7 devices began exploding, Samsung ordered that carriers and retailers worldwide stop selling and exchanging out original Galaxy Note 7 units for a replacement. Now, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has officially announced a second recall that encompasses original and replacement units.
Join us after the break for the official CPSC statement.
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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is dead, but getting a return or exchange for a device has been a little scarce. But now, Samsung made an official statement saying that the voluntary recall now encompasses both original and replacement devices bough before or after September 15.
Hit the break for details.
Samsung is asking everyone to return their now defunct Galaxy Note 7 phones, but what is Samsung planning on doing with the massive number of phones they’re about to get back? They manufactured over 2 million devices, which have to go somewhere. Unfortunately, the company isn’t planning on repairing or refurbishing any of the phones. Read more
The Galaxy Note 7 was only discontinued a few hours ago, but Samsung is already bracing for the damage to their Q3 profit forecast. An earnings guidance that was issued from Samsung indicates that they’re expecting a massive 33% drop in operating profit, with an additional forecast of a drop of $41.8 billion in revenue. Ouch. Read more
If you’ve missed all the commotion, Samsung is discontinuing its Galaxy Note 7. Due to a design flaw, the phone had a tendency to explode, but even after switching battery suppliers, the same defect continued to happen. So, Samsung’s nixing it altogether, but a new report from The New York Times indicated that Samsung actually has no idea why the Galaxy Note 7 is exploding.
Amazon announced today it’s very own on-demand music streaming service. Dubbed Music Unlimited, Amazon says it makes “discovering and listening to music” easier than before.
Hit the break for details.