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Huawei Pay mobile payment service for United States


Ilse Jurriën : 2017-09-19 17:20:00
Huawei mobile payment service : Huawei Pay is already available in China for over a year now. It seems Huawei wants to extend its payment service to more countries in the (near) future. Two weeks ago, a trademark was filed in Europe. Now the company has filed for a trademark with the American USpto. The mobile payment service is similar to Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. Huawei Pay will be enabled by near-field communications (NFC) technology. When NFC is enabled users can connect their bank cards and transfer money by pressing two devices against each other. It's unclear whether Huawei already got approval from US banks and banking institutions.


Apple Pay Cash trademark for Asia-Pacific


Ilse Jurriën : 2017-09-04 19:30:00
Pay Cash may soon be available in New Zealand and Malaysia : At the time of the introduction of iOS 11 in June 2017 Apple announced its enhanced Pay service would only be available in the USA. But last week we found out Apple filed a trademark application for Pay Cash in Europe. Now it seems the American company will expand its P2P service even further in the short term, as Apple filed the same trademark application in New Zealand and Malaysia for the Asia-Pacific region. Apple Pay is already available in New Zealand, Australia, mainland China, HongKong, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan. It seems Pay Cash will soon be supported in all of these countries, most likely Apple will announce this news on September 12, when the new iPhones are expected.


Samsung mobile education projects


Mark Peters : 2017-08-23 07:55:00
Samsung education busses helps children around the world : Every child on our planet deserves access to a quality education - one that provides a fun and collaborative environment for them to explore the limits of their creativity, expand their horizons, and grow as individuals. Unfortunately, for more than four million children living in Myanmar, a responsibility to help their families make ends meet by working long hours - often at local teashops and restaurants - leaves them with no time to go to school with their peers. In an effort to allow marginalized children in Myanmar to experience the benefits of an enriching education, Samsung partnered with the Myanmar Mobile Education Project on an initiative that effectively brings the classroom to them.


Huawei defeats Apple in European smartphone market


Mark Peters : 2017-08-15 12:15:00
Huawei overtakes Apple's market position in Europe : Canalys reports breaking news in European smartphone market. Huawei retook the number two spot from Apple in Central and Eastern Europe in Q2 2017. The company shipped 1.8 million smartphones and took 12% market share, beating Apple by fewer than 50,000 mobile handsets. Its strength was in low-to-mid-range products, with the Huawei P10 Lite becoming its best-seller in the European market. Samsung led the smartphone market in Central and Eastern Europe in Q2 2017, shipping 4.9 million mobile phones, a year-on-year increase of 14%. This was due to strong demand for Samsung Galaxy A and J series products, which have been updated this year.


Sprint LTE Plus network speed rules the market


Mark Peters : 2017-08-11 23:25:00
Sprint LTE Plus Data speeds up 28% in last seven months : Sprint Breaking News: Customers are having a better network experience than ever with national average download speeds up 28 percent in seven months, according to Ookla Speedtest Intelligence data. Ookla data also shows Sprint now ranks #1 for the fastest average download speed in 15 cities such as Atlanta, Denver, Indianapolis, Salt Lake City and Seattle. The new data comes on the heels of another recent independent report stating that in the past six months Sprint’s 4G LTE availability had improved to nearly rival AT&T, and Sprint’s average speeds had also improved. Separately, the report also stated that Verizon and AT&T’s average speeds slowed due to their introduction of the unlimited data plans.


Samsung TV Plus comes to Europe


Mark Peters : 2017-08-08 22:08:00
Samsung TV Plus Ultra HD and HDR content for Europe : Samsung Electronics has expanded its premium Smart TV content service TV Plus in Europe. The service will grant access to Ultra-High Definition (UHD) and High Dynamic Range (HDR) content for more viewers than ever, with consumers in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom now able to use this technology. Similar to the way viewers already navigate the channel menus for their traditional cable or TV providers, Samsung Smart TV users in Europe will be able to easily find their favorite content using the TV Plus interface. The video on demand (VOD) shows and movies will be delivered via the users’ internet connection.


Samsung safety and quality strategy explained


Mark Peters : 2017-08-06 11:05:00
Samsung explains quality guidelines and safety strategy : Samsung Global Newsroom has posted an interesting editorial explaining their current vision on product quality and product safety. During the weeks and months that followed the Galaxy Note battery problem, Samsung took a series of unprecedented steps to solve the issue. First, Samsung committed to learning exactly what went wrong, through an in-depth process of internal investigation and analysis. Samsung dedicated itself to include safety and quality-assurance into its production process, designed to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future. It required the concerted efforts of thousands of experts from inside and outside the company, as well as the construction of new facilities and the creation of reimagined, redesigned test procedures.


Samsung Smart Schools worldwide education programs


Mark Peters : 2017-07-16 08:15:00
Samsung Smart classroom technology : Samsung’s Smart Schools work with global governments and organizations to provide classrooms in underserved communities around the world with its latest technologies and products, so that more students may enjoy the full benefits of a quality digital education. So far, the initiative has supported over 3,000 smart schools that have allowed well over 1.4 million bright young minds to learn in more fun and interactive environments. As is the case with Samsung Tech Institutes and other education-enriching initiatives, the ultimate goal of the Samsung Smart School program is to level the playing field to help students in these underserved communities thrive in the digital era.


Nokia and Xiaomi start collaboration


Ilse Jurriën : 2017-07-05 13:10:00
Xiaomi and Nokia sign business and patent agreement : Nokia and Xiaomi announced that they have signed a business collaboration agreement and a multi-year patent agreement, including a cross license to each company's cellular standard essential patents. Xiaomi also acquired patent assets from Nokia as part of the transaction. "Xiaomi is one of the world's leading smartphone manufacturers and we are delighted to have reached an agreement with them," said Rajeev Suri, President & CEO of Nokia. "In addition to welcoming such a prominent global technology company to our family of patent licensees, we look forward to working together on a wide range of strategic projects."


Samsung Knox protects your Galaxy smartphone


Mark Peters : 2017-07-04 11:35:00
Samsung Knox security platform keeps your phone protected : Our mobile phone keeps us connected to the things that matter most in our daily lives. They store important information needed to manage our lives. With so much data available and the ability for our devices to serve as access points to multiple networks, services and even other devices, it’s vital to have security that fits to our mobile lifestyle and not security that dictates it. Therefore, ensuring that all facets of our mobile experience remain secure is an immutable priority for not only businesses, but for everyday mobile users as well. That’s why Samsung integrated its Knox security platform at multiple levels, from hardware and software to our favorite applications, to ensure our Galaxy smartphones are protected from threats.


Samsung Tech Institute international programs


Mark Peters : 2017-07-02 09:52:00
Recent initiatives of the Samsung Tech Institute : The Samsung Tech Institute was established to cultivate a young and talented workforce and spur job creation by providing IT-related vocational training. With 231 branches and more than 70,000 beneficiaries worldwide as of 2016, the institutes are operated in conjunction with universities and local governments, and each is customized to meet the specific needs of the country in which it operates. For example, programs conducted in developing markets might offer training for customer service engineers, while those in more economically developed countries are designed to support software experts. Young people who have participated in Samsung’s Tech Institutes have not only had better employment opportunities, but are also now contributing to the development of their own regional communities.


T-Mobile becomes best Unlimited carrier in Holland


Mark Peters : 2017-06-25 05:55:55
Dutch T-Mobile Netherlands offers premium mobile internet : T-Mobile Netherlands finally has a follower. To be honest, we have been expecting this for a while now, so what took them so long? Why? Let’s face it: in just twelve months T-Mobile Netherlands have managed to become the leading premium mobile internet provider in the Dutch market and we have grown by close to a quarter of a million customers. We have grown faster than anyone else, because we challenge the market conventions: fighting for our customers all the way to court to make it possible for them to stream data free music and are offering them the most competitive rate plans in the market. More importantly; we took a step that nobody else in this market dared to take.


Donald Trump meets American Technology Council


Mark Peters : 2017-06-20 12:04:00
Will Donald Trump make America great again? : The following statement is attributed to Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, Consumer Technology Association (CTA), regarding the White House Office of American Innovation’s inaugural meeting of the American Technology Council: "The takeaway from today’s meeting is the future starts now, by ignoring ideological boundaries and standing together to improve the lives of everyday Americans." Tech companies and the administration have overlapping priorities. Both want to ensure America and our workforce are prepared to thrive in the new economy. Innovation is the answer - from developing new, lifelong learning and apprenticeship programs to accelerating the adoption of 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT), drones, regulatory reform and self-driving cars.


Premium 360-degree social media video content


Mark Peters : 2017-06-14 22:11:00
Samsung 360-Degree content connects with social platforms : Samsung announced partnerships with BuzzFeed and NowThis, giving consumers access to new and immersive experiences made possible by the Samsung Gear 360. Since early June, BuzzFeed and NowThis have been each creating and publishing engaging videos and photos across social media platforms including Facebook and YouTube. These partnerships will result in more than 140 pieces of content and reach over 300 million consumers. To inspire a new culture of creating and consuming immersive content, BuzzFeed and NowThis will offer viewers easily snackable content: from simple how-to’s to the front lines of live 360-degree moments and breaking news worldwide.


Samsung Electronics eco-friendly consumer products


Mark Peters : 2017-06-07 11:22:33
Samsung’s innovative spirit to eco-friendly product design : Samsung Consumer Electronics company is committed to minimizing the environmental impact of its innovative green products, which include Samsung smartphones, Smart TVs and Home Appliance machines and much more. As part of this commitment, Samsung Electronics has developed various unique, eco-friendly design processes. In celebration of World Environment Day, Samsung shares a deeper look at these comprehensive efforts. The keys to conservation are simple: reduce, reuse, recycle. Samsung applies these fundamental principles to product design by employing a system of circular resource management. Or, in layman’s terms, by mapping out a lifecycle of sorts for the devices it develops.


Samsung presents the History of Bulgaria


Mark Peters : 2017-06-04 08:30:00
The Bulgarian history digitalized by Samsung Electronics : Samsung Bulgaria is using innovative technology to preserve precious pieces of Bulgarian history and share these digitized treasures through partnerships with Archives State Agency and Junior Achievement Bulgaria. For Samsung, this strategic project builds upon our work in the field of digital education, built around the philosophy that technology can be harnessed to significantly improve education and access to it. The strategic partnership between Samsung Bulgaria and Archives State Agency began in 2015, with the main objective of digitizing valuable documents and archives to ensure their preservation and promotion, as part of a national cultural and historic heritage initiative.


Samsung products and services helps traffic safety


Mark Peters : 2017-06-04 07:42:00
Samsung virtual reality app encourages road safety : Samsung Electronics introduced new accessory products and services to promote global traffic safety. For Samsung, 'safety first' is more than just a slogan; it’s a commitment that drives the company to create innovations that not only streamline daily life, but have the potential to save lives as well. It’s for this reason that Samsung Electronics continues to devote considerable effort to initiatives that promote road safety. The technologies and product accessories outlined in the text below were designed to raise awareness of the dangers of distracted driving, and offer intuitive means for drivers and cyclists to manage their electronic devices while keeping their eyes on the road.


Samsung process technology roadmap


Mark Peters : 2017-05-25 09:30:00
Samsung process technologies and solutions : Samsung Electronics, a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, announced a comprehensive foundry process technology roadmap to help customers design and manufacture faster, more power efficient chips. From hyper-scale data centers to the internet-of-things, the industry trend to develop smart, always-on, connected devices requires giving consumers an unprecedented amount of access to information in new and powerful ways. Specifically, Samsung is set to lead the industry with 8nm, 7nm, 6nm, 5nm, 4nm and 18nm FD-SOI in its newest process technology roadmap. Samsung Foundry’s advanced process technology roadmap is a testament to the collaborative nature of our customer and ecosystem partner relationships.


Hardware components inside the Galaxy S8


Mark Peters : 2017-05-20 17:35:00
Samsung explains all Galaxy S8 hardware components : What a great phone, but what’s inside the Galaxy S8 and S8+ premium devices? Samsung Electronics has published a long list of hardware components that explains all functionality of these intelligent phones. The Android-based devices are considered to be the best mobile phones on the market yet and have the potential to become the best-selling phones in 2017. With its bezel-less Infinity Display, increased performance capabilities, and enhanced digital camera optics and biometric security, the Galaxy S8 is a high-end smartphone that beautifully merges form and function - one that is the result of the latest breakthroughs in technology. Take a closer look at all the pieces and hardware parts that power the innovations of Samsung’s latest Galaxy S-Series phones in the teardown below.


Samsung explains history of TV design


Mark Peters : 2017-05-19 07:45:00
Samsung TVs and art share a rich history, dating back to the early 1980’s when its TVs were first used by renowned artist Nam June Paik for his groundbreaking exhibition, 'TV View Jak'. Paik is the creator of the video-audio artform known as 'Video Art', and was a pioneer in merging video and technological innovation into art. Today, Samsung Electronics continues to collaborate and innovate, exploring new boundaries of technology melded with art. To celebrate the first ever hosting of the Olympic games in his birth country of Korea, Paik sought to create something especially memorable. And with the support of 1003 TVs from Samsung, Paik gracefully merged TV and art to create the famous 'The More the Better' exhibit - still on display today at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Korea.






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