While it's hardly pulling the curtain back on its entire CES 2012 slate of products, Samsung's earliest preview for your AV pleasure is an updated range of HTIB systems and sound bars, as well as two new Audio Docks that support Apple devices as well as its own Galaxy S phones and players.
BARCELONA, Spain — On Sunday at the Mobile World Congress trade show here, HTC announced a new version of its flagship phone, the HTC One. But the company also branched into two totally new categories: wearable devices and virtual reality.
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"We won't be talking about smart TVs anymore," one Samsung executive said on stage. "All TVs will be smart TVs."Samsung also just confirmed that all its new smart TVs will be powered by its Tizen operating system.
Home automation is usually a big deal at CES each year and 2015 is no different with several new products being unveiled at the show. Among the new home automation solutions are three products from Incipio including a DIRECT Wireless Smart Outlet, Light Bulb Adapter, and Power Strip with integrated smart outlet. All of the devices support the Apple HomeKit framework.
After failing to take the mobile device industry by storm, Intel is starting to look elsewhere for its next big break. It has already set its eyes on wearables, as the MICA smart fashion bracelet demonstrated. Now it is also laying the foundations for another venture, the so-called Internet of Things, or simply IoT .
As a bit of a holiday gift from the likes of Samsung, it would seem, both the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 have been added to lists of devices which will be getting an update to Android 5.0 Lollipop. This update was NOT expected as previous lists shared by Samsung suggested that the cutoff point would be the Galaxy Note 3 from last year.
As is always the case, Samsung 's next flagship is portrayed with almost godlike powers and the Galaxy S6 is no different. Perhaps aside from the fact that it might not be running on the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 810. In addition to dual curved edges and a new "stationary" fingerprint sensor instead of a swipe-based one, now the smartphone is rumored to have one more special feature.
Back during CES 2015, Samsung revealed a curved all-in-one PC , the Samsung ATIV One 7 Curved. The maker revealed its slew of specs at the time, as well as its snazzy curved display, but was less specific when it came to revealing its launch date, saying only that it would be arriving in the first quarter of this year.
A new audio/visual specification has been unveiled at CES 2015 called superMHL. This specification is a significant upgrade to the original MHL spec and will deliver higher resolution video and more power for charging among other things. SuperMHL can deliver 40W of power charging and supports up to 8k resolution video at 120 fps.
Samsung is edging closer to debuting its own take on wireless payments, according toa report fromRecode. Following the launch of Apple Pay earlier this year, Samsung has reportedly been trying to license technology from startup LoopPay to create a competing service.
Despite slower adoption than Tim Cook may like , Apple Pay is still the fastest-growing way to pay for things with your smartphone. But Google isn't resting on its laurels, suggests a new analyst report from Barclays, and will be coming after Apple hard — with Samsung gearing up for its own assault on your wallet. The key issue is the underlying technology behind these mobile payment services.
Looks like you didn't have to wait long to see what Samsung would do in the smart home world afteracquiring SmartThings-- it justunveileda new version of the SmartThings Hub that automates your household with fewer hiccups. The new version is faster, and can run apps locally instead of farming them out to other devices.
It's rumors like this that make you wonder if there's more to the breakup between Samsung and Qualcomm than first believed. It is, after all, not exactly unreasonable for the Korean manufacturer to push its own Exynos chips to the forefront, but little did we expect that it might be pushing Qualcomm out of its products in more ways than one.
When Samsung announceda trio of audio productsahead of CES, the two egg-shaped speakers immediately grabbed my eye. Obviously, these don't look like regular ol' in-home gear, and while Bang & Olufsen has been making said audio techmore decorativefor quite some time, an affordable entry would certainly be welcome.
The HTC Desire series now has anew addition in the form of the HTC Desire 826. This new mid-range Android smartphone features a 5.5-inch screen with 1080p display, 2GB RAM, 2600mAh battery, a 1.7GHz 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor, and a 13-megapixel front and rear cameras.
Inside the newly announced Audi Q7, the newest version of Audi virtual cockpit will run the show. Users will be working with a new MMI all-in touch control unit, and both Google Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are also able to be run to connect to users' iPhone or Android smartphone.
If you want room and portable speakers that would not look out of place in 2001: A Space Odyssey, then you better watch out for Samsung's newest speakers that will be released in time for CES later this month. The Korean OEM announced two new products, WAM7500 and WAM6500 which promises to give users omnidirectional sound with its 360-degree egg-shaped speakers.
Samsung just added not one, but two new devices to its flagship smartphone line – the Samsung Galaxy S 6 and the Galaxy S 6 Edge. This new line of phones represents a huge shift in design for Samsung, as the company has moved from plastic to full metal and glass bodies. Take a first look at Samsung's beautiful new flagship phones. Produced by Will Wei Follow BI Video: On Facebook