The company's website listed a 128-gigabyte option early Friday for the new phablet and smartphone, but that listing was incorrect, according to a Samsung spokeswoman.
Thousands of e-mails sent to users of the social media manager included the names and e-mail addresses of other users.
The exchange's chief executive says Nasdaq is sorry for the mess it made of Facebook's IPO-day trading and has made efforts to figure out how much was lost.
Samsung's big Super Bowl ad for the Note may have brought on a few chuckles, but it failed in one big way, says CNET's Josh Lowensohn.
It's our end-of-season bloopers show, our favorite and yours! Check out the flubs, the little dances, the brand-new drinking games, and our jumping skills.
The start-up, which runs viral-video marketing campaigns, hopes to grow faster internationally. Awkwardly, the announcement follows a public flap over Unruly's pay-for-post promo of Google's Chrome.
This Thanksgiving, we're thankful these clips never aired...until now. For your viewing pleasure, we let you in on the flubs, fails, and behind-the-scenes gibberish of CNET's rumor roundup.
Suit accuses the daily deals site's executives of failing its management responsibilities with recent accounting flubs.
Flubs, gaffes, and giggles; sometimes Molly just can't get the words out.
commentary In his apology video, Reed Hastings flubs a line and then declares: "I think this will be great for us." Did someone really write this for him?