More bad news for Samsung’s troubled line of Galaxy Note smartphones: More than 10,000 refurbished batteries for the Note 4 are being recalled over a risk of overheating, which may lead to fires and/or burn injuries.
Samsung Electronics has officially announced what everyone familiar with the problem already knew: that defective batteries caused its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to catch fire and explode.
Samsung may have yet another exploding smartphone on its hands, as a mother in France reported Monday that her Galaxy J5 swelled up, caught fire and exploded shortly after she had taken the device from her 4-year-old son.
Samsung has recalled 3 million top-loading washing machines because they can blow apart and severely injure anyone nearby.
In what may be the first of many class action lawsuits filed over the scrapped Note 7 smartphone in South Korea, at least 527 plaintiffs are demanding that Samsung pay them 500,000 won (about $440) each amid reports of the...
At least eight international airlines are prohibiting Samsung Note 7 smartphones on their flights over concerns that the devices can overheat, catch fire and even explode. The ban means that travelers will also be unable to carry the phones in...
Samsung announced yesterday that it is temporarily discontinuing production of its Galaxy Note 7 replacement phones amid reports that a number of the devices had caught fire.