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Samsung announces the Gear S2 smart watch

Samsung is bringing Tizen to smart-watches with its new circular Gear S2. Samsung announced its latest device at the IFA press conference and as we can see, the watch has clearly taken some design tips from the Moto 360, which was the first circular Android Wear smart watch. On top …

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Samsung Z1 Tizen smartphone to launch next month

Samsung has sat on its Tizen mobile operating system for an awfully long time since its initial unveiling but it looks like the company is willing to finally launch its own smartphone powered by the home-made software. The Samsung Z1 will supposedly launch next month, running Tizen. There were some …

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Apple Watch to grab 35% of wearables market in 2015

Many analysts expect the market of wearable computing devices to grow significantly next year after Apple launches its Watch. The stylish timepiece will allow the company to grab a significant share on the market of wearables. Still, the Android operating system (in different forms) will continue to almost dominate the …

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Samsung readies smartwatch with integrated SIM card

Samsung Electronics is working on a version of its Gear smartwatch with integrated SIM card. The device will allow to make phone calls directly from the watch and will eliminate the need for joint operation of Gear smart-watches with Samsung handsets. While the decision to create “independent” smart watch seems …

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Samsung introduces two new Gear 2 smart-watches

Samsung Electronics has introduced two new smart-watches at the Mobile World Congress 2014 trade-show. The Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo have become more powerful and more independent than their predecessor launched just about half a year ago. The devices now run a special version of Tizen operating system and …

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Samsung will launch multiple Tizen devices this year

Tizen is another open source mobile platform, similar to Google’s Android, that is instead maintained by a primary decision making group. As you might have guessed from the title, one half of this governing body is Samsung; the other is Intel. Other partners include Huawei, Panasonic and the United States’ …

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