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Jun 11, 2014
  Old skool and new gear combine nicely in the latest rebirth of Tetris, one of the most popular games of the 1980's. The game, developed by Russian developer Alexy Pajitinov, changed the way we were used to play games. It has been introduced June 6th, 1984 and is probably the most bought, used and […]
Jun 3, 2014
Samsung is ramping up it's introductions faster every year it seems. The gear was followed by the Gear2 in less than a year and, yes, you've got it, a "new" Gear2 is around the block. As is a new Samsung Galaxy Note (the 4 probably) and that is no coincidence. Many of them will be […]
May 28, 2014
Right!. The massive part of this post is a press message about a chipmaker and a semi-conductor maker that see a happy future to together. An LAT relation, that's for sure, but it could help both parties to expand their horizon and give us, the punter, some nice devices. Intel and Rockchip announced that strategic […]
May 26, 2014
  The lucky Bee's that attended the Tizen Developers Conference were presented a free Tizen based Samsung Gear 2. For free! But you could get lucky too! All you have to do is win a competition by sending a tweet. You can send 5 tweets as long as they contain the keywords/hashtags #WinGear2 and #TDCSF2014 and […]
May 26, 2014
  You don't have to be clairvoyant  to predict success for Tizen to based mainly on the ability to run a massive number of already known apps. Apps, either on iOS or Android have changed the world of telephony, a lesson both Nokia and Blackberry did not heed to, and we all know about their […]
May 23, 2014
Lots of secrets dribble into an editors' life, and more often than not you mention it, look into it (which is kinda hard as it's a secret innit..) or try to combine information, rumors (and planted rumors as well) and observations into the melting pot called my brain. This time a pattern seems to emerge […]
May 22, 2014
  Local Motors was approached by Joe Speed, at the time IBM's Internet of Things leader, to collaborate on creating an open source connected car, together with IBM and Intel for the IMB Impact show in Las Vegas earlier this year. A challenge it was and it opened a new world to a company not known for it's […]
May 21, 2014
  The developers and patenteers are busy at Samsung. We've been hearing all rumours about a SIM-enabled Gear wearable and now we get serious rumors about the next wearable. Something to do with BLINK which strongly suggests that eye movements or eye activation is being worked on. In South Korea the name Gear Blink has […]
May 15, 2014
Most of this posts text is in the slides where  Dr. Ibrahim Haddad who is the Head of the Open Source Group within Samsung Research America explains Samsung's focus on improving it's footprint in open source software. By participating and contributing to key projects and a lot of new products. A contribution which might make them one […]
May 15, 2014
  By using Tizen app developers have quite an easy way into the development of apps for wearables. According to Harvey Elliot, CEO of Marmalade Technologies, since they started to support the SDK, hundreds of apps and games have come into their store. It seems just the beginning of major successes for this linux based mobile […]
May 15, 2014
  OK, it won't land you in Zuckerberg or Gates territory but developing a winning app brings some nice cash to a bank very near to you. Apart from prizes, ranging between some $30 of USD $10.000 each as well as 10 times $50K and a one of off $100.000 USD, it will also bring […]
Apr 23, 2014
  Dr. Jong-Deok Choi (JD Choi), Executive Vice President  (VP) of Samsung Electronics Software R & D Center, who is also the co-Chair of the Tizen Technical Steering Group (TSG) was one of the most important speakers on the International World Wide Web Conference -23 or WWW 2014. JD Choi give a presentation titled "Taming the Web" […]
Apr 22, 2014
  Yes, 1000+ words on your Gear2 smart watch. That's a lot of words to read in 5 minutes, let alone in one minute. How? Just one word at a time. It's done by an app developed by Spritz, a Boston start-up company that found a way to improve the use of small screens like the […]
Apr 15, 2014
In spite of the Galaxy S5 getting a hot welcome, selling some 30% more than the S4 did, analysts are in doubt of the the S5 outselling the S4 in numbers. Both the european and US markets are slowing down whereas the Asian markets, especially India and China, are getting more crowded by locally produced […]
Apr 12, 2014
Cell phones, or rather the people calling me, have the tendency to do it when my cell is tucked away in a raincoat, which I'm wearing to protect myself against rain, or snow, or hail. By the time I've found it I'm wet and the caller is talking to my answering machine. Now a Samsung […]
Apr 10, 2014
  Samsung introduced the functionalities of the Gear 2 series at Barcelona's MWC2014. Which makes sense as most people buy gadgets and tools to use them: The nitty gritty doesn't really interest them. We like the functionalities as well but even more what's under the hood. More specifically: Why is there such an increase in […]
Apr 9, 2014
Samsung introduced their wearables  Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit in February at the MWC in Barcelona. Some European countries are still waiting for the first models on sale but India now is covered by the official Samsung India e-store. The Gear 2 and Gear 2 each have a 1.63 inch  Super AMOLED display with 320 x […]
Apr 5, 2014
  Samsung Electronics has introduced it's latest mirror-less system camera, the NX mini. A system camera means you can use several lenses and choose the one that suit your type of photography. It's named mini, because it's not too big. It's maximum thickness is less then an inch and a body weight of 158 grams […]
Apr 5, 2014
I don't know about you but my screens gets bigger. A note 3 replaced my nokia e-7 and I'm about to replace my 22" monitor with 27 or more.  Yep, I'm in full denial of reading glasses. And then there's a Gear2 with my name on it, or so I hope. Scrolling 80+ whatsapp or […]
Apr 2, 2014
I'm a desk chair jockey and I know I should move more. Now some of you use stuff like endomodo, which was one of the few health-apps available for symbian, and I now have it on my Samsung Note 3. Bit clumsy on my wrist though and sure, Samsung came to my rescue: No more […]
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