Samsung's shares plunged nearly 7 percent, after the South Korean firm warned consumers not to use the Galaxy Note 7 smartphones which pose fire risks.
Asian shares tumbled after a sharply lower finish for major U.S. indexes on Friday amid concerns central banks will become less accomodative.
Samsung Electronics urges consumers to stop using Galaxy Note 7 smartphones immediately and exchange them as soon as possible.
Kara Swisher, Recode executive editor, weighs in on Apple's iPhone 7 and sentiment about the product event, as well as Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz donating to the Clinton campaign.
Asian markets were mostly lower after North Korea claimed its fifth nuclear test and amid disappointment following the ECB's decision.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 users shouldn't turn on or charge their smartphones during flights due the phone's fire-prone batteries, the FAA says.
HSBC reveals the spending habits of mainland consumers on shopping, travel, autos and tech, and where the opportunities are.
The total cost of the smartphone recall could reach up to $2 billion dollars, says Patrick Moorhead, president of Moor Insights & Strategy.
Losses in market share and potential sales will affect Samsung more than the costs of replacing faulty smartphones, says Bernstein's Mark Newman.
Hanjin Shipping plans to take legal action in jurisdictions worldwide to prevent its vessels being seized.
The South Korean company is conducting a thorough inspection with suppliers to find affected batteries in the market.
Samsung is considering a recall of the Galaxy Note 7 amid reports that some of the premium phones are catching fire due to battery problems.
The recovery in Samsung Electronics' mobile business suffered a blow as reports of exploding batteries forced it to delay shipments of Galaxy Note 7.
The release of the Nova series marks a further push by the Chinese network and electronics giant to try and challenge Apple and Samsung.
CNBC's technology reporter Arjun Kharpal discusses the problems facing Samsung in the smartphone space, including reports of exploding batteries.
The Samsung Gear S3 would appeal to consumers who don't want to be tethered to their smartphones, says IDC Asia Pacific's Bryan Ma.
Expect smartwatches to have improved functionality, better designs and increased connectivity, says Canalys' Ishan Dutt.
Apple is still leading in the smartwatch market, but this segment remains unimpressive in terms of sales and volume, notes Enderle Group's Rob Enderle.
Amazon is cracking down on counterfeits by charging merchants up to $1,500 to sell some of the most popular brands.
Some of virtual reality's biggest hits might not be games, but immersive educational experiences, said Sony's Richard Marks.