Poor Samsung. Even the leader of the free world won't spare them from ridicule, The Verge reports.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's U.S. unit is facing a proposed class action lawsuit from three Galaxy Note 7 customers.
Alphabet jumped on Tuesday, after many outlets gave generally positive reviews for the company's upcoming smartphone, the "Pixel."
A small group of holdouts are refusing to let go of their Galaxy Note 7 devices despite safety concerns.
Samsung has set up booths in airports to give Galaxy Note 7 users that chance to exchange or get a refund for the devices before flying.
The world's top smartphone maker said it would fully pay for unused Note 7 parts that have already been manufactured.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 fiasco has been top of the headlines but the giant gave very little clarity about what was actually going on.
Apple is already poised to be a big winner from Samsung's massive recall, according to a top analyst cited by 9to5Mac.
Samsung is trying to make it easy to return its recalled phones — but consumers may not see it that way.
Samsung's Note 7 phone could pose a safety risk — but its unique features make it irreplaceable for some users.
Samsung is gearing up to launch its own Chromebook complete with a stylus as soon as next week, according to several media reports.
Samsung's Note 7 woes will affect its overall branding more than its short-term profitability, says Shelley Jang, associate director at Fitch Ratings.
The Transportation Department issued an emergency order on Friday banning Samsung's recalled Galaxy Note 7 device from air travel.
Apple's iPhone, the Google Pixel and LG Electronics stand to gain from Samsung's Note 7 problems, says Mark Newman, senior analyst at Bernstein.
Samsung, which also makes kitchen appliances and television sets, is in the middle of juggling other safety problems, reports the NYT.
Samsung offered financial incentives for U.S. and South Korea customers who exchange Note 7s for other products or refund them.
Samsung might have temporarily solved the problem with customers but not with phone carriers, says Hank Morris, adviser at Argentarius Group.
The very traits that helped define Samsung's brand— quality, performance leadership — are now in question, a strategy expert said.
Samsung said it was sending fireproof packaging and gloves to Galaxy Note 7 owners on its website, so they could safely return the devices.
Samsung is losing in profits and market share, but Apple does not stand to win the most from the Android-based company's failures.