Recycling will make back some of the costs
While Samsung is refurbishing and re-releasing some of its previously inflammable Note 7s, it is more likely to recoup some of the manufacturing costs through re-cycling.
Samsung - what are you like?
Samsung has already confirmed that it will launch a refurbished Galaxy Note 7 units earlier and the latest piece of information suggests the company will offer them at a 50 percent lower price.
Still better than an iPhone
Researchers have developed new technology that can prevent stolen phones turning into a smouldering blob of plastic, or the case of an iPhone a beautiful looking, reassuringly expensive smouldering blob of plastic.
Just in Korea
Samsung has flogged more than 100,000 units from its refreshed Notebook 9 line of laptops in South Korea so far, this year.
Note 7 and bribery scandal can be safely glossed over
Samsung might have been having a trying time this year, but at least none of it appears to have kicked it too hard in the bottom line.
Acting oddly over flaming phones
Samsung Electronics is denying that that its design had anything to do with the incredible Note 7 and is putting the blame squarely on its two battery suppliers.
We are not saying Aliens but it was.... aliens
Samsung has said that it will announce this month the results of an investigation into what caused some of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to catch fire.
Analyst angers the Tame Apple Press
NPD analyst Stephen Baker is off the Christmas Card list of the members of the Tame Apple Press which are furious that he made a comment saying that Apple had failed to capitalise on Samsung’s exploding Note 7.
10 percent of Note 7s are still outclassing rivals
After two months of an official global recall more one in ten of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 are still in use but they are still beating the competition
Fallout from the Note fiasco
Although widely scape-goated for the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, Samsung’s battery division is quietly reassuring anxious clients which ironically include Apple that its batteries are safe.