A recall on some batteries found in Note 4 devices echoes last year's Note 7 recall, but the circumstances are quite different.
Remember those millions of recalled Note 7 devices Samsung has lying around? Now there's a plan.
Word is that refurbished models -- with a few important changes -- may appear in Samsung's home base.
From tweaks to the battery to a more stringent testing process, Samsung is pulling out all the stops to ensure a safer phone.
D.J. Koh talks about lessons learned from last year's Note 7 debacle and those exploding batteries.
Samsung hoped its new battery safety procedures would inspire the phone industry. Good luck with that.
Samsung's event was supposed to be about tablets. For a brief moment, all eyes were on a protestor calling out the company for its Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung could be staging a comeback for its explosive phablet, with a redesigned battery and frame.
The US safety agency says there's no way it could match Samsung's efforts to figure out what went wrong with the Galaxy Note 7.
The company may be losing billions of dollars from its flawed phone, but it's making a lot of cash from its components business.
The company opens up about the source of one of history's worst tech product recalls.
Despite the enormous baggage that comes with the Note name, Samsung believes loyal customers will flock back to a new Note.