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.
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.
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.
Our 2012 roundup of the funniest moments from CNET TV shows, including Always On, Rumor Has It, Top 5, CNET On Cars, and more.
A big company that's getting bigger all the time is in danger of alienating the same people who helped make it rich and famous: The users.
It's not that Apple never stumbled under Steve Jobs' control, but with added scrutiny on the company, a few notable missteps make us wonder how the company will fare without him.
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.