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Samsung schedules to open a conference for developers in Moscone West, San Francisco, April. 2016. It is the third Samsung developer conference since 2013.  In the conference, there will be technical sessions, interactive workshops, hands-on device experiences, and keynote speaker sessions. They will be covering topics including : IoT Virtual Reality Mobile Wearables Business Opportunities Enterprise Connected Display Games & Entertainment Tizen Health & Medical Check this even out at the beautifully designed website : http://www.samsungdevelopers.com/sdc2016 ...

As flagship device hardware converges to similarity—1080p displays and Snapdragon processors—software becomes a key component to enhancing the user experience. It is important that OEMs give timely updates but its up to the users to be prepared to receive them. Today we’ll be going over how you can stay up to date with the latest and greatest Samsung Android...

Industry analysts have been saying for the better part of a year that the next step in “Mobile” will be the watch. There was buzz about Apple entering the smart watch market but Samsung beat them to the punch with their new wrist-mounted Galaxy Gear. Unveiled yesterday at IFA Berlin 2013, it was unclear pre-launc whether the Samsung Galaxy Gear would...

I can still remember looking at full desktop websites on my G1’s 3.2 inch 480 x 320, 180 ppi display and thinking “Wow–I can’t believe I get to view full websites on my phone!” Now if I were to do that I would say “Wow–I can’t believe I viewed full websites on this phone!” First it was the sub 4 inch displays. We were happy. Then it was the 4 inch displays. Were we getting greedy? Absolutely not. Samsung comes out with a 4.5 inch SAMOLED display on the Infuse 4G–the epic displays...

We’ve reported numerous times on the success of Samsung’s Galaxy S and S II lines, and now we are proud to be able to do the same for the Galaxy Note! Initially, the large 5.3 inch phablet was met with some concern regarding its very large form factor, however we, like many of its users were pleasantly surprised to find that not only was it easy to use as a phone, but the S-pen was a great feature that brought some great usability to the mobile platform. Samsung had initially reported that they had sold more than 2 million...

Some of the coolest features of Windows Phone 7’s Mango build are Bing’s new built in features. If you are classically trained as an Android user, you may be familiar with such applications as Yelp, Shazaam, Bardcode Scanner, QR Droid and Google Voice Search. These of course are applications that need to be downloaded from the market and can clutter your phone–the Samsung Focus S with WP7 Mango integrates the power of all of these apps into one app, Bing-powered search. Now when you hit the capacitive search button...