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Fresh update on "samsung" discussed on ESPN FC

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00:48 sec | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "samsung" discussed on ESPN FC

"I've never said that. I don't know why you get that from, Dan. What I would say about David Moyes when I came across him when he was Preston manager and he did a very good job with an average team. He did brilliantly at Everton and he went to Manchester United and I don't think he was probably given a fair chance and everybody started to disrespect him as a coach. He's been a good coach for many, many years. I think he's the manager of the managing management games in the Premier League. So he can't be a bad manager and he's done a very good job with this west Samsung. They don't always play great football, but they play effective football and at the right time, the right place, they get their attack inside of the game right. So yes, he would certainly be coach of the year at the moment. How many of gabs books do you have in that bookshelf behind you, rob O? I've got his vialli one, the one he wrote with vialli. I don't know. Everyone's people.

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Fresh update on "samsung" discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

02:05 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "samsung" discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"I did a story today about foldable phones being up like shipments being up like something like 200% year over year or whatever. And you did a story on this a couple days ago. About Samsung's foldables, maybe being healthy and things like that. I've been made fun of for years for like, I've not been pumping foldable phones. I've just been excited that there was something new in this space. Should we be, are you bullish on foldable as a form factor all of a sudden? Yeah. Well, let me answer both of your questions. Chris was like, what should I take away from this? I think if you wanted to think about gaming, you have to think mobile first. Because it's already the biggest driver of revenue for gaming is mobile devices. These are the things that as Chris was saying, we're having our hands in our pockets in about us all the time. It's the first thing we pick up in the morning. Which is a particularly healthy, but it is what it is. So mobile first cloud first is Microsoft Satya Nadella has been saying since 2014 and it's completely right. Now, about photos, I think the category is absolutely right for growth. Samsung is leading it, Samsung made a decision to sum up to not do the galaxy note device, which is the second flexor for the year and just put all of its effort in the latter half of the year behind photos. It has been paying off. You have two distinct categories. One is the one that opens and closes kind of like a book. Let's call it Bible sized. And then you have the one that's effectively a regular smartphone, but closes down like a little pocket mirror. Into a square shape. I like both of those, I think the technology, especially in terms of having cameras that are as good as a regular smartphone, needs to catch up, but I think obviously I don't know, but obviously but next year for iPhone is super likely, but the year after that and the year after that there's going to be a lot of pressure for Apple to get on board. I think the coming year we're going to see a whole bunch of other Android manufacturers, especially those from China, using Samsung display most likely, rolling out their own photo devices. So the excitement for that category is only going to grow and grow. We had a couple of years where it was like, they come in and they were not there. They're coming. But a little like 5G photos, especially next year, going to a big deal. So I, Brian, you know, I heard that story today. And I wanted to put it in perspective because I guess I remain somewhat skeptical about the foldable thing. Because as the article, which I penned mentions, it says that I guess unit sales are going to go up to maybe 3.8 million units. Three or something like that. Yeah, yeah. Sub 4 million, whereas the iPhone 12 as of June had sold a 100 million units. So we're talking like a rounding error of a rounding error in terms of these devices. And I understand, I think Vladimir, you make a very savvy point that these might be more like gaming devices than real common everyday popular use. I don't know that you're going to get to a 100 million foldable phones sold. But is there a specific driving use case that you think is going to make sense here? Maybe the camera is not that important because people are mostly playing games on them or taking notes or something. Sure. Well, here's the thing. I think you're completely right to put about iPhone sales. Apple gets 70 to 80 million iPhones sold in the first quarter after their release. So by the end of the year, but the distinction here is you had affordable $100,000 since August, which was a sense of latest galaxy Z flip or Z flip. This is the first time you've heard one sub $1000. That is a really important threshold for pricing. And I do think we're going to get to a 100 billion so probably faster than you think, which is fair enough, because unlike, let's say the Google pixel, which has been, as you say, a rounding error in terms of sales every single year and you say, we're going to be serious. This is the year. Linux on the desktop. The way that foldables are going to ramp up is going to be super fast. So it's going to be above vivo Xiaomi, the free headed Hydra that is succeeding Huawei. The moment they adopt it, they are likely to be the match or go below Samsung's pricing. And the moment China adopts it is the book that you just kind of explode. So like I said, a long time. Okay, but why? What is it about the product that people want more than the standard dollar sized dollar shaped phone? It's different than what's been every single phone for the last decade. It's smaller in your pocket. Also, a point that Vlad made in the piece was, you know, Samsung made its bones by going in the opposite direction and doing tablets with the note when going bigger was something that was zigging when everyone else was sagging. And Chris I'll make one more point, you said, oh, it's a rounding error 2.3 million units, but you know as well as anybody. All anyone cares about is growth. And this is a category. I mean, the charts should look good in terms of growth. So in that sense, it's true. I guess I'm just like, it's interesting now now that I have my new MacBook Pro, just to think about the different form factors and shapes and sizes. It just feels like Apple continues to make the iPhone in different shapes. My MacBook Pro is kind of like an iPhone that has a really big screen and a full size keyboard built in. You know, and they have an iPad that's sort of like one step down. It's a lot of the same stuff behind the scenes. So I guess I'm just trying to think about what is the use case that this device. And I think that the smaller phone is reasonable. That's really easy to understand if you just imagine your regular smartphone and then just magic folding off. Yeah. And then putting it into a pocket that you couldn't do before. I mean, back when I was at the verge a colleague, she wrote she wrote a piece about just the fact that.

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

08:12 min | Last month

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Samsung in published. Just that they've done before. We aim to make every step of watch app development from ease of bill to mark launch as simple as possible with this new unified platform so yes android developers. You can continue to build your apps within this familiar environment using android studio with watch emulators and existing nuro specific. Api's developers can also deploy and increase exposure for their apps with the watch apps category on the google. Play store. get so. My background is in graphic design and for me. My biggest question was where we going to build a new tool that would allow designers to create watch faces for the new unified platform and when they learned the answer was yes. I was really excited. So what are some of the new exciting features with the new where west power by samson. Watch face designed tool watch studio. Anyone can download design and published watch faces for whereas on the play store. You don't have to learn how to code and just need to explore the new design tool watch a studio for more details. There is that protect talk session on this. Yes so that session was called introducing the new watch studio and was a great overview of the new tool that showed just how easy it is for someone to create a watch base without any coding. What are some of the other sessions from sbc. Twenty-one that watch based developer should check out. oh i there is the highlight session watch ecosystem on new era where we cover the new samsung galaxy watch ecosystem at a high level than there are tech. Talk sessions build your app in the new watch. Ecosystem is where we specifically talk about watch app development and run through a range of api's inviting special guests from google and there is also a session on a new health platform now wrong whereas power by am phone great sessions related to wearables in lots of new opportunities for developers. What is the best way for developers to learn more about the new watch ecosystem for developers. I encourage visiting the samson developers and the android developer sites. You can go do developer dos dot com slash galaxy hyphen watch and also developer dot android dot com slash wear. He i really appreciate you coming on to the podcast and giving your insight into the new watch ecosystem super exciting times hankering binding me. So i'd like to welcome back to the podcast. Eric clung injure who leads developer relations at samsung. Eric and i did a pre sec. Podcast where we gave a little preview on what to expect it. Sec twenty-one and highlights from some of our past developer conferences. you haven't checked out that episode yet. Sure go back in and give it a lesson eric. Welcome back to the podcast tony. That was a lot of fun You know we've been doing conferences for years. And even though s. d. c. twenty one was virtual conference. There's a lot of work as a lot of work by a lot of people at samsung yourself included. And i'd like to really give a shoutout to everybody. You put in a lot of effort lot of late nights and all on it. So i hope that the people who listen to the keynote in the spotlight session and all the technical sessions got something out of it. Yeah and hopefully next year we can. Do this live yeah. No i'm looking forward to that but yes it was. It was a great virtual conference. So i've asked eric to join me on this episode to chat about the scc session. That i gave called. Grow your podcast audience with samsung earlier. This year samsung made it really easy for device users to listen to podcasts. Can you share. What is the new podcast platform. Yeah so the new podcast platform. It's super easy to access from your device on the home screen. All you do is swipe left. Which is our minus one screen. That is samsung free which is basically free entertainment from samsung. All in one place. There's four tabs there so there's the watch tab which is if you wanted to stream tv. There's the read tap if you wanted to read news. There's the the play tab which is playing games and then of course there is the listen tab which is all about listening to podcasts. So who can access all that content. The samsung free. Yeah so simpson freeze available on all of our latest devices so this is basically the note devices in s series going all the way back to s. nine plus all the versions of z fold in z. Flip right now. Samsung free is only available in the us but we are expanding to europe soon have been told that by the end of the year we will be hitting some european countries. It's great so why did we launch a new podcast service. Samson's podcast strategy is to make it easy for the millions of samson device users to listen to their favorite podcasts shows and discover new episodes quickly and easily and also it gives publishers a an impactful way to reach new listeners and really expand their audience. So how do those publishers bring their shows to samson so grab your your l. from your podcast. Rss feed and you can find that from your podcast hosting provider take that rss feed in. Go to samsung podcast. Dot com. Sign up for a free samson account in all you do is fill out a short form that allows you to import your rss. Feed your al. Typically it takes less than five minutes for you to fill out that form in that quickly show is now available. On all of the samson free devices so what. Samsung free and the podcast platform doing to help publishers get their shows discovered so our editorial team is always looking for new and exciting shows to promote Every week we feature about seven new shows on our homepage in these promotional features have been extremely valuable for for publishers. In fact there was one publisher. Mine recently mardi ray project chats he site two thousand percent increase in downloads just after being featured on our homepage so that was really great to see the value in that promotion for him. Yeah that's that's incredible numbers there so you're the host of our podcast. The samsung developer. Podcast is that how you got involved with. the podcast. platform team exactly reached out to me when they were first building the service and eventually asked if i would help promote it. I said absolutely. That's win. They asked me to present at sec. So you can check out my session and learn much more about the new podcast platform right so the sec content that is on the website is available for anyone to see at any time. So are there any other sessions on the twenty one website that Potential podcast players and developers should check out. Yeah well i would say what really got me excited with seeing all the game. Focus sessions that we had up there so there's one Session called galaxy store. Games focused developer friendly. That was a great session on all the new game focused improvements for both gamers and developers and there was another session called games for everyone samsung instant plays. It's another great session for game. Developers to learn how to bring their html five games directly to galaxy store making it easy for users to play games without having to download and install anything. That is an exciting new way for people who are interested in playing casual games to get into something new without having to download hundreds of megabytes of content. So i think that's going to be a game changer. For all of us. Yeah definitely so tony. Thank you for giving us some insight on the podcast platform and also for sitting down with different people associated with this dc twenty one it was a fantastic virtual conference and it was great to hear about the sessions on one. Ui the incubation program. Smart things in bixby. Yeah and i also like the interviews that we did on our new watch ecosystem. You know chatting with dan again on samsung internet. That was great and of course our new podcast platform. I'd like to thank all of my guests today in to you eric for taking a moment to chat about stc. Twenty-one thank you very much. Tony looking to start creating for samson download the latest tools to your next app or get software for designing apps without coding. It all sell apps to the world on the samsung galaxy store checkout developer up samsung dot com today. And start your journey with samson. The podcast is brought to you by samson developers and produced by toni moreland..

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

08:30 min | Last month

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"All these different technologies related to to smart things What's the best way for developers to learn even more about smart things. The best place to go for more information is developer dot samsung dot com slash. Smart things from there. You can learn more about building edge devices or cloud devices or stay tuned for future updates on our investment in matter. All of the sec sessions on smart things where we're great Are there any other sessions that you would recommend developers checkout. I'm personally a bit of a tv nerd. I'm really excited for redefining the experience of watching tv. And what's new in samsung smart tv services. Yeah no. I know a bunch of people over the tv plus. It's a great group and doing a lot of amazing things over there. A lot of great content coming out. That's exciting excellent. Hey aaron i really appreciate you. Coming on the podcast. It was great chatting with you and learning a bit more about smart things and looking forward to check with you again in the In the near future. great. Thanks tony so next. I'd like to welcome roger to the podcast senior developer evangelists for Bixby samsung's intelligent assistant technology. Welcome roger well. Thank you and i talked Gosh polly over a year ago. Actually on the podcast. Some excited to be back and talk to you about what's noon what we just saw. Sec yeah so It was. I think about a year and a half ago safe to say that lots of happened since then so tell me. What is the latest with bixby developers. Yes so we just announced several things. That dc are highlighted. Some things that change. I think i want to talk about is some of the ways we've made it easier to develop for bixby and these weren't new nonsense but kind of highlighting. Some of the changes were made over the past year or so and so a lot of these are focusing on improving the developer experience. One of the things we dated we created a new training. You i use the training you. I create natural language. A training and one of the great challenges invoice experiences is to get your natural language training working. Well after all it's the way users interact to with all the business logic that you've written so that's a challenge and so we built a knee. You i to make that more intuitive and hopefully easier and simpler to build great experiences we also built some like we call the component gallery 'cause bixby on multi-modal devices. There is a ui for bixby. Experience and the component gallery is a whizzy wig component editor. Some writing some code for what we call expe- views i could pop up the component gallery. Configure sautin graphically. And it just dumps the code right in so just makes it easier and then finally we made it super simple to lotta capsule directly from get hubs. We have a bunch of sample code on get hub and now directly in the studio on you can load that sample code from get hub without half ago and clone it or download it and go through all the the previous hassles. He had to do so just an example of some of the improvements. We made to make it. Frankly just easier if your day to day life as a developer. Developing something for bixby awesome. So let me ask on. The component gallery actually was watching one of the sec sessions on. That is pretty cool so just to clarify this is where like on the device when you give a voice prompt and the device vicky reacts to that you can then have graphic images appearing on the device. Is that correct. Yeah yeah so can either when you're basically whenever Bixby is communicating with the user. You can actually have graphical you i on there that's complementary and also can have things like buttons on it or sliders are controls because one of the things is all these samsung devices. So you know the phone. The watch the television the tv. Yeah all have a you. I on there so bixby is not just a voice experience. But it's really a multimodal experience so you need to build graphical you i. We built a tool to make it. Pretty darn easy to to do so so i heard a bit about bixby on windows. Tell me tell me about this new announcement. Yeah so brand. New so bixby is available on the galaxy book. Notebook said the samsung's newest notebooks so bixby's right. There is a command key to launch. Bixby and turn on high bixby seeking talk. Tear windows notebook. You know you can ask questions and you can have control smart things home automation You can ask it to find vials. You can ask the change when does settings so right now You know it's focused on a fairly narrow set of things. But i'm super excited about with this brand new device. A windows laptop. What can you do with a voice front end in front of that. And what are ways were we can make it simpler and easier for a user to use laptop by talking to it to my mind is a lot to be discovered there. What we created is kind of step one in a journey toward you know making voice a modality that makes it easier for us to interact with our technology. Which is what it's all about. Yeah exactly and and you had mentioned smart thanks. There was a session at stc titled enabling intelligent voice control on. You're not devices. And i know in that. They talked about smart things. A lot about bixby. Tell me what were some of the takeaways for you from that session. Yeah so we introduced. Something called the bixby home platform. And it's a way of interfacing what you've done in big voice with some of the smart things capabilities and the best way to explain. It does for me to give some examples of of what you can do And so first example. Is i might say hi bixby. Turn on the dining room lights now. Fight setup dining room lights in smart things boom work great today. But if i hadn't set up something called dining room lights today. Bixby re prompt you or say i can't find dining room light so it's not really good. User experience scher. So wait you can set up with the bixby. Home platform is a lot more smarter. Logic so high. Bixby turn on the dining room lights because we could say sorry. Can't find dining room lights but you have kitchen lights the bedroom lights. You have dan lights. Which one would you like to turn on. And so then you kind of the user. Ask for something that it didn't understand. But at a set of airing out. I know you wanted to turn a light on. Yeah here's the lights. I can turn on and so i kind of prompted the user to you know what's the right. Can you want much likely. Do frankly natural conversation. Exactly if you asked me something that i didn't understand. I'd probably go. Can you clarify that right yet. Minnesota's a little bit of of adding that kind of logic there. So i think that's one great example of just a quote unquote air becoming a success. Sharp the other thing. I wanna highlight and i think this is where it gets really interesting. Frankly pretty sexy to me is way. You're actually taking the voice input and you're taking the iot device it's state and what it's sensing combining them for some intelligent response. Okay so let me let me give you an example. So i can say hi speed. Turn on my air purifier. Death by near pair fire. Boom today would turn it on all good but now at the bixby home platform. I can set it up. So when i say hi bixby. Turn on the air purifier. Instead of instantly turning on on you'll korea the air purifier and say hey you know what's what's the air quality okay and air quality was was moderate or acceptable. Boom i just turn it on and the default fan speed mainly medium as on. But let's say the air quality is poor. Who will then when. I quit back as air. Quality is poor noggins. Will you wanna turn on and the air quality is poor alternate on. But i'm actually gonna turn on and turn the fan too high. So you're getting this. This feedback loop. It's really you're getting the user what they ask for your getting. The state of an iot device. You're combining those together. Yeah and then. The action is just smarter to my mind. This is pretty. I say sexy and exciting because if you think about this. This is getting into much more intelligence. Sure the devices no. I know what you asked for. I know the state. I'm going to take the most intelligent action based upon those two inputs. And that's what bixby home-platform is all about. It's really a development tool that lets you build.

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White House: LA port going 24/7 to ease shipping backlog

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00:42 sec | Last month

White House: LA port going 24/7 to ease shipping backlog

"The port of Los Angeles will become a twenty four hour seven day a week operation to try and help you supply chain issues according to the White House boards in LA in Long Beach where they started operating twenty four seven last month account for forty percent of all shipping containers ensuring the U. S. as of Monday there were sixty two ships there and another eighty one waiting to dock and unload according to the marine exchange of southern California president Biden will announce an agreement today with union and business leaders the White House says will help relieve the backlog the administration also says Walmart target home depot Samsung fed ex and UPS are all increasing their hours to move the products I'm Julie Walker

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GoPro Unveils the Hero10 Black

Daily Tech News Show

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

GoPro Unveils the Hero10 Black

"Launched the hero ten black action camera able to shoot up to five point three k at sixty frames per second as well as four k. Up to one hundred twenty frames per second and super slow mo two hundred forty frames per second at two point. Seven k with a fifty dollar a year ago pro subscription users can upload videos directly from the camera to the cloud while charging the hero ten blackhawks four hundred ninety nine dollars or three hundred ninety nine dollars with a go pro

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The Apple Watch Series 7 Is Here

The 3:59

01:55 min | 2 months ago

The Apple Watch Series 7 Is Here

"Joining us is our resident wearable guru scott stein. Welcome scott. hey thanks router so. The apple watch com got buried underneath the attached for the new iphone thirteen. And that's natural. Most folks are going to gravitate towards the phone. But it's notable because it actually got a redesign. How is the series. Seven different from previous innovations. Well it's weird because all the rumors have been pointing towards something really big in terms of the design. And what we got was not a big redesign. It looks mainly got a larger screen. Which happened with the series four. So it's another bump up in reducing the basil's it curves a little around the edges which is interesting for apple because they don't really play with that much but we've seen things like that and other devices otherwise it looks exactly the same and then all the claims after that are about things like durability in faster charging what were your initial impressions It doesn't seem like you were that impressed. No i totally was not impressed. I was pretty letdown for me. It's that it looks like apple. Knows they have a successful product and they are kind of sitting a little still with it and to. I miss the days. When wearables experimented more. I think that the landscape right now is is looking at a lot of new Health tech and sensors samsung's galaxy watch for the pit sense. Admittedly a lot of these may fall flat. And you know they're weird body analysis. I don't need that The stress sensor. But i also think apple's behind on things like sleeps sleep tracking Being able to maybe pull more with the optical heart rate sensor temperature which could be used potentially for competitors do things like wellness readings and readiness scores. So yeah let down

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Interview With Patrick Bangert of Samsung SDS

AI in Business

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Patrick Bangert of Samsung SDS

"So patrick i'm glad to be able to have you with us on the program here today and we're gonna be talking. Ai at the edge particularly in the world of medical devices. Which is i know where a lot of your focus is here. We're gonna get into some of the unique challenges of leveraging data and ai at the edge in the medical space. But i want to talk first. About what kinds of products. We're talking about people think medical devices. Okay well medtronic is tracking my blood sugar on the side of my arm and you know. Then i've got a big cat scan machine kicking around over here. What kind of devices does your work involve with. And and his edge relevant From your experience. Thank you for having me on the show pleasure to be here. We are dealing with medical imaging devices. So if you have a smart watch on your wrist. That's not what we deal with. Even though those are very useful of course to measure your exercise and sleep patterns we're dealing with technologies like an ultrasound and mri is not an x ray. And what's called digital pathology which is where a biopsy is removed and put on a microscopic slide. Those kinds of technologies produce images that are relevant to telling you whether you're sick at all hopefully not or if you are what kind of disease it is. And so the job of computer vision in this case is to detect whether is a disease diagnose what it is to find out where it is to find out how big it is advanced in if cancer stage one. Three how advanced it is. And all of these outputs can of course be created. Virtually instantaneously by executing artificial intelligence models at the edge and the edge in this case is the device itself. Yeah okay so. Some devices are huge. Mri scanners take up a whole room. As some devices are quite small ultrasound. Machines view could transport it in your suitcase and so there's obviously also price difference here but nonetheless. All of these technologies do produce an image that that is then analyzed by

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Michele Moro Reviews Marvel's Midnight Suns

DLC

01:36 min | 3 months ago

Michele Moro Reviews Marvel's Midnight Suns

"Michelle you our guests. You get first pick of stories. What would you consider to be your story of the week. Well i think the These away the marvels midnight suns game play. We're talking about well could they. If if that's your choice. I think that's a great one to pick. I personally think that went like that. Looks like my speed of game for sure. And by the way that was a really long Amount of gameplay that they show too. Yeah yeah this week. We had kind of had their exclusive reveal of the of the game play of midnight sons last week. We were talking about the cg announcement trailer of midnight sons. And i got all excited about doing a marvel property and this kind of cool vampiric you know marvel marvel characters but done in this kind of cool. Yeah a different take on the marvel universe well and it's like it's a card game you know so it's gotta be how combat but it's it's like a full on rpg two where you can you know. Every hero in the game has different abilities. And whatever like you can be defensive or protective whatever. And they're going to be lots of costumes and whatever but one of the things they've really honed in on his. You have these little side stories that you can do with like the different avengers like you take a walk with tony stark. In like get to know him better. I just think it's kind of like appreciate the fact that this like. Rpg hard name has like this extra layer of actual like role playing involved. But

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Review

The Droid Life Show

01:34 min | 3 months ago

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Review

"All right so Galaxies z fold. Three it is University forgotten like all the stuff about eighteen hundred dollars rate. Eighteen hundred dollars for this bad boy. Seventeen seventeen ninety nine. Okay so seventy-nine for this bad boy All the specs. I don't think we're missing anything in here. They added water resistance. The front display is under twenty hertz. Now by the way the the front display on this thing for some reason to me just look smoother than any display of ever used in my life like the inside. One is one hundred twenty and it looks great but the cover display on this thing just seems stupid smooth i i don't i don't know what it is about. There's something about the way it looks to my. So we got one hundred twenty hertz. Everywhere we got water resistance. We gots after eight eighty eight. We ought to fifty six gigs storage. On the base model. We got triple cameras. We got one. Ui three to one zero one. The latest there. Although that's role others you get the side fingerprint reader I believe it's supposed to be lighter than last year's fold too. But i can tell you if it is still heavy. Clunky ass phone you know there's What is there to say. As far as like those improvements again the the cover displays one of those things we wanted last year the water resistance gives you a little more comfort there and just setting it down places although there's no dust resistant so definitely still. Don't take it to the beach or whatever. I can't imagine people taking a foldable to the beach way but definitely still though do that or drop it in a sandbox. Whatever but there's some water resistance

Windows 11 Is Coming This October

Talking Tech

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Windows 11 Is Coming This October

"He c- fans pc owners market calendars on tuesday. Microsoft announced. it will start rolling out windows. Eleven the latest version of its operating system for personal computers on october fifth. It's a free upgrade and it will become available on eligible windows ten pc's npc's preloaded with windows eleven. The company said on tuesday. The tech giant plans to stagger the rollout. So it's not going to be on october fifth every single computer. That's eligible get windows. Eleven is going to get it. They're going to stagger it out and consider factors such as hardware eligibility reliability metrics age of the device in a lot of other different factors. microsoft expects all eligible. pc's to get the opportunity to upgrade to windows. Eleven by the middle of twenty twenty two now of course. Several device makers have already put out windows eligible devices that are we ready ago once windows. Eleven launches acer dell samsung lenovo among them windows ten p. owners will get an alert letting them know when they're ready to get their upgrade

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review: You Can't Hate This Foldable

The Tech Guy

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review: You Can't Hate This Foldable

"Look what. I got a little phone. It's a little teensy-weensy folding fun. Look at that. Oh that's cool. That is the Galaxy flip three. I think that's what i think. That's what samsung calls it Nice little thing. You know what. I've had the other folding phones couple of them including the galaxy fold last year's galaxy fold and this is a new galaxy flip three that samsung introduced. And you know. I kind of get the idea of a folding phone because it just folds up to the littlest little pocket square that you could put almost anywhere. I think that's part of the appeal of this is that you could You could do it in your. You can do it in your pocket and you could do it in your purse. You could put it in your jeans pocket. You could put pretty much

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review: You Can't Hate This Foldable

The Tech Guy

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Review: You Can't Hate This Foldable

"Look what. I got a little phone. It's a little teensy-weensy folding fun. Look at that. Oh that's cool. That is the Galaxy flip three. I think that's what i think. That's what samsung calls it Nice little thing. You know what. I've had the other folding phones couple of them including the galaxy fold last year's galaxy fold and this is a new galaxy flip three that samsung introduced. And you know. I kind of get the idea of a folding phone because it just folds up to the littlest little pocket square that you could put almost anywhere. I think that's part of the appeal of this is that you could You could do it in your. You can do it in your pocket and you could do it in your purse. You could put it in your jeans pocket. You could put pretty much

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You Can Now Buy Samsung's Foldable Smartphones

Talking Tech

02:02 min | 3 months ago

You Can Now Buy Samsung's Foldable Smartphones

"So do you remember those snooze. Snazzy samsung foldable smartphones. We talked about recently. Well you can now buy them. that's right brett. We're talking about the galaxy. Fold brief five. Gee that's a mouthful. galaxies z. Fold three five g. It's priced at about eighteen hundred and the galaxies z. Flip three five g price said about a thousand. They became available for preorder a little over two weeks ago and we talked about him on the podcast then but the now available to order and should be in stores. You can walk up and by now when you look at photos of these devices you know they look cool but they're even more fun to play around with and simpson lonely. One of each of them to experiment. With and i see i could definitely become attached to the z. Fold three five g. When you unfold it you get this. Bright almost glowing seven point. Six inch display measured. Diagonally closed the full. Three looks like a traditional smartphone with a six point two inch screen. that's also fully operational. So you can. You can use it when it's closed or open now. Both these screens are amil led screens. They're brighter and more responsive than those on the previous model which is called the full to release last september. I will say when it's closed at the big bulky so carrying it around wouldn't have taken some getting used to since i'm not going many places these days unfortunately i pretty much use it at home. the smaller galaxies z. Flipped three five g. folds to about the size of a makeup compact. What lease it's the size of my makeup contact but on folds to a six point seven inch emily display. But you don't have to open it to gain functionality. I it has a one point nine inch cover screen that displays the time and alert much rent some apps as well as she photos should photos. You just press the side button and swipe to choose whether you want to shoot a photo or video and your set. I'm you could also open up the phone and set it up shoot videos or selfie profiles. I'm you just put it on a flat surface and you look at the displayed so if your shot

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Even Google Thinks Sideloading Apps on Android Is Horrible

All About Android

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Even Google Thinks Sideloading Apps on Android Is Horrible

"I stop actually. This came as kind of the second batch of revelations the first batch of revelation was that apparently google also doesn't think side loading is the best experience on android so that was the first major revelation to come out of this court case but then also like the most obvious thing that can come out of anything is like of course side loading the best experience. I'm sorry that was just super obvious. A yeah but i think the reason that came out is because they were using that as an argument for why epic should not put you know. It's it's fortnight game in its own little styling apps for situation it should go through the play store because that would be the best situation Well google has other ways to that It likes to compete. It pays device manufacturers to play nice so lg motorola and hmv global which is behind nokia. They're part of what was revealed to be called the premier device program. Now these premier devices there are basically mandated to make google services the defaults for all key functions of quote unquote that comes directly from the document which by the way the pdf is fully hosted on my article on gizmodo dot com. Anybody wants to go read through. I think it's like seventy pages something something long. It's long but basically this mandate me. If you're manufacturer it's part of this mandate you have to have ninety percent of your devices adhering to this premier device program so that means blocking apps with the ability to install. Pk's on the device except for the app stores that are designed for and it and managed by that respective manufacturer so for instance like the samsung galaxy. App stores would not You not go against this clause or lg had one. I kind of forgot that they had their own little app store that they put on their devices

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Galaxy Z Fold 3 Review

Techmeme Ride Home

01:07 min | 4 months ago

Galaxy Z Fold 3 Review

"Let's just start out with your general impressions of the event. Today we got a we got gotta flip three. We got a full three let. Let's start with and then we can get into the other Other things around the margins returned anything interesting that you say that you don't have a lot of experience with foldable and i think that was kind of the whole message of samsung's and event This is the third galaxy fall. But i mean you'd be totally forgiven if you kinda of wrote the first one off that one. How to budget issues. The second one made a lot of big interesting steps but now we have a third generation galaxy fold and then a new galaxy three and i think you know samsung is really trying to like. Oh hey full. Details are ready for instrument. Yes they're still wild expensive especially the full three but you know it's not like oh. These things are usable to have one resistance they. They're the durability improved and that's kind of really kind of make sure that he was like oh foldable aren't scary there usable and maybe even two reasons some very good reasons why you might want

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Galaxy Z Fold 3, Z Flip 3: Did Samsung Finally Get Foldables Right?

The 3:59

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Galaxy Z Fold 3, Z Flip 3: Did Samsung Finally Get Foldables Right?

"Packed in a lot of new features and lowered the price on both its galaxy. Full three foot three foldable phones. But is it enough to justify that still lofty price point. Roger chang and this is your daily charge joining me is. Patrick has a chance to play with both phones for about two days now so first off galaxy full three or foot three. Which do you prefer. I prefer the flip three. But i would also say that you're asking someone. Would you prefer to seek convertible or like a a range rover suv. It's like well. They're both pretty nice and for different people or different occasions. Sometimes you want to have the convertible and sometimes you want the comfort in the you know the space of range river. And i think this is a good metaphor for these nuns. But personally the one. I'm drawn to without even thinking about it. Without even thinking about price and drawn to the flip i liked the idea of smartphones. Like the idea folding what seems like a regular phone in half

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Samsung Heir Lee Jae-Yong Released From Prison on Parole

BBC Newsday

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Samsung Heir Lee Jae-Yong Released From Prison on Parole

"The de facto head of the South Korean electronics giant. Samsung has been released on parole after serving just over half of the 30 month prison sentence for corruption. Lee Jae Yong was convicted of bribery and embezzlement in a scandal which led to the impeachment of the former South Korean president,

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Ready for More Phones With Folding Screens?

Talking Tech

02:16 min | 4 months ago

Ready for More Phones With Folding Screens?

"Samson is leading the way when it comes to devices with foldable screens and it has some new ones on the way to right mike. That's right Samsung has just unveiled his two newest foldable smartphones. The first is the galaxy z. Full three g which starts at basically eighteen hundred dollars. It has to amyloid screens that are both brighter and more responsive than those on the previous full too which was released last september. Now it has a six point two inch cover screen that you use when it's closed so that case the full three looks like a normal smartphone but then you can unfold it to its tablet size shape or form and that amounts to about seven point six inches. I went unfolded about the size of a small paperback book. Samsung continues this an ideal smartphone for multi-taskers and expect some businesses to use them for employees. The other new foldable devices the galaxy z. Flipped three five g which starts at about a thousand dollars. Now it when you open it up. It has a six point seven inch amyloid display when you close it. The covers is play as is about one point nine inches. That's larger than the originals e flip device that came out in february twenty twenty and i guess these are going to be for influencers because has some cool things on it for instance like it'll automatically take selfie videos of you when it's sitting you know when it's an it's half open shape and it aims at you and to watch whoever's doing movements Both these devices are coming out. August twenty seventh but you can pre-order them now and i mentioned those prices but you can get a discount when you preorder and also you can bring the prices down the device in in fact you can train up to four devices and earn up to eight hundred dollars credit on the full three and up to six hundred fifty dollars on the flip three out. Samsung is touting the durability of these new devices i both were made with armor aluminum the strongest ever used on its smartphones. The company says in egypt protected by gorilla glass victis with screens that are eighty percent more durable than the z. Full to screen both both adaptive one twenty hertz refresh rates for smooth scrolling and apps for instance and they're both water resistant to

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Samsung 'Unfolds' Two New Galaxy Z Smartphones

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Samsung 'Unfolds' Two New Galaxy Z Smartphones

"Is rolling out. Two new phones with foldable screens. The galaxy z. Fold three five g. will cost eighteen hundred dollars two hundred dollars less than its predecessor. The phones seven point six inch screen folds up like a book revealing screen on the front that can perform most features a smaller model the galaxy z. Flip three will cost under a thousand dollars. It folds in half with a front screen that can display up to four app icons and it allows users to read several lines of notification and messages without opening the device. Samsung's last attempted a foldable phone. A couple years ago failed to catch on with consumers who questioned the product's durability in price. The company hopes as the economy reopens more consumers. Try out the phones stores. They'll be more likely to buy

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Samsung Announces Galaxy Z Fold3, Z Flip3, Watch4

The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Samsung Announces Galaxy Z Fold3, Z Flip3, Watch4

"For Mark Nieto says Samsung is debuting some new phones. Yeah, the company's enhancing their folding phone line up announcing two new models, including one that retails for under $1000. For the first time, it's the $999 Galaxy Z Flip 35 G. Then also they're announcing the larger Galaxies. The fold 35 g that sells for $1799. The two new phones have water resistance and a tougher screen that is 80% more durable than earlier models. Samsung also launching the $250 Galaxy, Watch four with improved features to better compete with the Apple Watch. It has support for Google maps and Google play as well as improved sleep, tracking and body measurement

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Google Launches Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro

Lew Later

02:14 min | 4 months ago

Google Launches Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro

"So i heard about this. I heard about this. I don't know how to feel. I don't know what to think about it. And we have The weirdest launch sorta launch ever in the history of smartphones. They launched on twitter. We're talking about really day ago. New google pixel just because it's like a series of tweets. Here you go like. Yeah no big deal. Goule is so strange with that They always kind of stumble into these into these into launching these products. I don't know if it's intentional. That in some way it takes the heat off in some way or maybe it's their software company origin. Whether like. hey let's get it out there and see what people feel. Let's get some feedback. Come back in. Thirty minutes will launch it on twitter. Hateem pixel we have a preview to share or you know or do they just not care because he's not their entire business or maybe they're just playing with the leaks you know since they already came out. It's like mine as well just showed off but most of those companies at this scale. Don't do that. We have so much experience with apple that or even samsung take your pick to know that they it's they maintain the secrecy up until the very last moment and even in the presence of leaks and so forth they never. They never really embraced that level of transparency. I don't mind it right. I've looked at a lot of smartphones. I've seen a lotta smartphone events. I don't mind them taking a more casual approach to it. We you and i have seen Recently it was one. Plus with the nord too they. They realize that we're seeing so many typical launch events that they did something completely off the wall and maybe this is another version of it which is just like. Hey here's a phone. We've been working on it. Here's a few tweets. And here's our new chip. Yes the google tensor. Everyone's very curious because no one really knows the specifications on it

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

06:25 min | 6 months ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"To improve and create new expanses in the way that we made a c. T safer so that's Creation can provide guides and basically use five gene. That does not kohl's to improve them so talk a bit more about the making cities more secure or safe for what would exactly do you mean by that We have the use case at killing that the goal of it is making Evacuation easier and faster by leveraging five g for example Application lunch instantly on the phone after people in the cowards and the education would basically to people out of the boards in a safeway so that say they would be a fire and would be guided around the fire in the resurrection nice. So can you tell me how is samsung internet. Involved with the with five g tours. Well samsung Basically three sub projects new five g. tour where we take advantage of web technologies to what those technologies be were using will see how web sockets and with hiv those are the web api that ada talked about which hank to fuse them. Five g twin groves those verticals so tell me a little bit more what what is web. Rtc one of the use case we're working on is making museum. Experience experience simple multiple people so the goal of it is having to three person in a room room with east of arts and being able to have them both in the room and been letting them experienced Take get artwork may be moves around the room and taking advantage of five g which reduces agency and people see a better night's this is in a vr environment is what you're referring to correct. Yes so what about web hiv which i think stands for human interface devices that correct yes. that's kind of like the game pie in a way that the leads Send brobeck adds to the devices so dependent in a simple way. Let's you'd have a remote controller. That is not compatible with the body pie. You could use this. Api to basically send row comes to controller. And does you could have some kind of communication going. And we're using the api with the remote controller at using in another use case in which where basically coming.

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

04:06 min | 6 months ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"But this is a lot of information which is too much that a lot of experiences Actually need and so it would very easily let someone right in abusive application without giving too much additional functionality. So actually the early versions of real world sense saying in weather exotic just let you query a single point from a single array at the time so this let you do stuff like placing a single object on the floor on the wolves but not exactly scan through. Someone's room a needs to kind of balances we have to make and because we have had developed come back to us and say they do need like high precision mole. Wide scope scott like room scanning. This is the kind of thing where we can build an additional. Api to to let fellas have this but at the same time we can warn the us as the developers trying to do might potentially be more dangerous dislike when it websites trying to turn your camera. Microphone on it will warn you. Yes in the same way. The website is trying to get three d. Scan of your entire apartment. We want to warn you about that too. And so this is the kind of this. We have to make nice. And i know that is one of the the the big benefits around samsung. Internet is off the privacy that you get when you use samsung internet. Nice to see how that's carrying over to to webex are how stable would you say. Vr is on. Webex are so vr. Itself is very stable. Vr was was one of the first pots. We completed in In webex saw there's actually being via the web for a long time. There was an old. Api could wet vr. That was deprecated Last year but since then whether saw we pushed very hard to be able to totally replace web via with what With the same capabilities so what. Vr is pretty staple. I doubt they'll be any more changes to a tool. So if you write something beyond yeah. Lots of probably stay. The same is a little newer and their new. Api's to to help with augmented reality. So some of the more testing that sensing stuff some. This is like a little newer. That may still be privacy issues that need to be resolved which may have some interface changes but generally these also getting pretty staple a lot of the stuff that might be a writing in the next couple of months or have a ride in the last month or so might have a few changes so it's important that developers do continue testing stuff and do keep an eye out full when the api's do change because occasionally we will get feedback that some that we've developed has a major security flaw..

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

05:31 min | 6 months ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"You can do different things for example. If you have a flip an face in a flip mode you can actually use your One one screen to which video or even make calls and then you see in the in the inference cream the camera and then in the other screen you see the control so it's make better use of currently what what you can do in in your web. Yeah sounds like you can really turn your device to being much more versatile. So are there any features coming in the near future that we can get excited about. Yeah i think you know. These initial dave was astounded by sonson than than other companies followed. And i think that's a good case because it means that it's not just trend. I believe that these things related with responsive design harder. Innovation are coming farther so even when we talk about dual screen or the way that usurp concede their content. So the first part i would say. Let's see how their users reacts foldable device in most of the feedback is very positive. Said that means that new things are coming. So what's the best way for developers to to follow you. Learn more about what you have to offer related to simpson candidate and foldables grade. So we usually ride our blog post. Ns samson internet blog posts and you can follow ass at in our social media some internet of the same with medium. You can find our articles there in some of the events that we participate soon. In my case you can follow me on twitter. Mitra derrius all this law that okay and i will include all of the links to this in the show notes so you can easily get to those laura. It was great to have you on the podcast and just wanted to say thanks for giving us a little insight into samsung internet and foldable devices. Amazing thanks for having me by the way tony. I'm also really excited about the work that laura has been doing with yego from your team around Spanish language developer outreach. That's a whole another area that were very committed to in terms of reaching out to more to wider developer wider developer community. Yeah that's one thing that i've realized to is how well we are expanding our reach with. Not just you know. Us or people based in you know in the uk a but we really are reaching out to this global community of developers. So it's great to see what what diego laura are doing as far as the spanish speaking developers. Yeah that's really good so So next i would like to introduce lola from my team Who is focusing on privacy. she has.

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"With responsive design. Hey laura welcome to the podcast things. Danny how are you very good very good so let me first ask. What is your role at samsung. Yes so it's gonna be two years that i'm part of developer relations team so web. Developer advocate for samson internet wonderful. And you are based in london. Is that correct exactly inland than uk. Now i will say that you don't sound like you have a british accent. So where are you originally from really. Don't i'm originally from argentina. Yes yes. And i do know that you actually are working with my counterpart diego lethal russell. Who speaks spanish as well. You two are doing some weapons together. Is that correct. Yeah exactly we're doing something that means something in spanish. We'd take workshops and things like that and actually we're going to have something in june so stay tune nice looking forward to that. So we're here to talk about foldable devices. Samsung internet. I can you tell me. What exactly is a foldable device. Well yes liberals are devices in which the screen falls and you have a mean jr and they're mainly to different physical form factors so you have devices. We'd a single flexible screen. Those are call seamless and devices. We do screens would seem and simpson lunch to main devices. Which are seamless. They galaxies the bleep. Nfc whole to. What does this mean for developers. Yes so everything that east new for users east new for developers to because for developers means new ways to create content. We foldables to have the tends to do multitasking. Open more than one up at the same time and take advantage of the biggest screen is like you. Having a tablet inside your pocket so developers now can create new ways to reach out to users including from multimedia two different types of websites shirt. For now i know that Obviously when when you've got your phone and you're holding vertical and then you rotate it sideways. Content generally changes in that's called responsive designs. How is that related to foldable. Yeah we're supposed to design means that you create your web up. The up should be adapted to whatever the screen size of the device east so it doesn't matter if you open your wells up into smartphone or in desktop issue look good right so developers are familiar with responsive design. They're not gonna find any difficulties at just in the content to this new devices because right now foldables foldables as allows you to have more than one screen at the same time the size of viewpoint change so you still need to apply responsive design responsive designee semester will help your wealth up improve. Its seo and make it.

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

04:54 min | 6 months ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Best user experience the best features you can access the same websites with all the browsers. That's the idea We want to see a web where you go to website. And it says can only be accessed in google chrome or can only be accessed in microsoft edge or can only be extant samsung internet. That would not be a good web to live in So when it comes to interoperability the web is extremely interoperability for the web is extremely important. However it's at the level of all the features on top of the web browser that help you to experience the web. Where browsers differentiated compete. And that's that is a really important dynamic because it helps the web to grow we seen in the past how. When one browser dominates the entire web innovation on the web stagnates and we never wanna see those days return again that was early two thousand s when i e was like the single i think that ninety percent market share or something like that so strategically were pretty certain that having multiple browsers out there and having this dynamic in this conversation about what the best features are is really important for for the web and is really important for people who are using the web at the end of the day. Yeah yeah definitely. I think that sort of competition is what helps drive these companies to come up with new and innovative ways to.

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

02:34 min | 6 months ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Webex are in the samsung internet browser. Enjoy he dan. Welcome back to the podcast. Great to be back. Thanks for having me back. Yeah so already asked who is then apple quest on the earlier episode. But for those. That don't know you are the director of developer advocacy for samsung internet. And i would highly recommend ego back and listen to our episode from season. One was great. I loved doing that. Yeah so last season we had you on the podcast. We talked about the samsung internet browser web standards the importance of privacy insecurity in things like progressive web apps right. And you'll probably hear some of the same things that you heard last year. But hopefully i'm gonna give you something new as well in this new episode though. I understand that you actually have some of your a few of your experts from your team that are going to join us and give us a deeper understanding of samsung internet as well as some new and exciting topics correct that's right developer advocacy for us is a team effort so i'm really excited to have the team here. Talking about different areas of expertise that they're they're working in and the different technologies that they're playing a part in for new listeners. Let me ask again. What is samsung internet. So samsung internet is browser. It's a web browser. It's the browser that samsung ship. All android devices So if you have any kind of android device from samsung your default browser is gonna be samsung. Internet were the purple planet that you might see on on any Samsung android device We are also available on other devices besides devices so you can actually download us from the play store. You can download from the galaxy store as well so that's pretty exciting because it means for developers especially it means that you actually don't have to have a samsung device in We certainly encourage you to have a samsung device. But if you don't have a samsung device you can still load and a test your website in samsung internet. Which is definitely something that we suggest you do. So what samsung half a browser in the first place. Well i think it comes back to the question of. Why do we have multiple browsers. The web is enriched and is in continues to evolve because we have a dynamic in the web where users can choose. People can choose which browser they want to use the the web way as they can make a.

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"As can be given this Jeff Jeff's. Best, definitely very well said. So if people want to contact you or the abstract team, what is the best way for them to do that? So I'd recommend the same your earlier on dot com slash APPs Dak there's a be a partner in there's contact information there as well. Me Specifically Millington is. there's accent over my e in. You'll notice on my link it is a registered trademark. So it's while in a registered Trademark Raila and you might find that odd this is my mind. Again, I actually have my name trademark. And I went from when I was a kid. It took me a while to really appreciate my name to point to now where I truly appreciate my name and I don't want anybody else to kind of misuse it. So unlinked in Swahili in Detroit marks in. Well, that's wonderful it. Your name is very memorable. Thank you. The year and a half ago when as at that event New York. Got To say I probably could not remember many the other names but. Could not forget your name. Thank you. Excellent character wonderful personality. It's been an absolute joy to have you on the podcast. So thank you very much. A I appreciate the platform, I appreciate the opportunity but not only that I am one of my things in exit a few times on this on this. PODCAST is that I advocate for developers because I understand that their voice is not necessarily hurt as much as it should be I've always believed that developers should be a part of rnd for any corporation or any entity or any organization. So I will continue to champion you because you were creating a platform for developers in this is we need this. Continue to do this and please do not stop doing this and whatever I can do to Kinda help amplify your voice and this platform. Let me know and I'll do my best to do that. Truthfully the main reason that I ended up coming to Samsung, for those that don't know my past. I was a graphic designer for well over twenty years never had a corporate job always worked for myself and when I started. Designing APPS and selling them on the APP store. For Samsung just as a side Gig. To See how? Much Sampson would reach out to me is just this. One individual this this very small developer you know selling some apps seeing how available they were with me making direct phone calls, Sampson started inviting me out to meetings to help improve their software and all one I can't believe. This is Samsung reaching out to me I'm just one individual. And I'm like you know what I think. It can go work for this company. So I by my business I've been working now it's getting close to two years. Now I've carried that momentum as far as making myself available to developers. I am always you shocking people on like Youtube? When post a comment about one of my videos asking a question sometimes within minutes I'm giving them you know a public reply they're just like, oh my gosh, I can't believe Samsung reply debate. That just shows you how a lot of our team you know not just our team, your team. It's kind of like the thing with Samsung. We definitely are supporting our developers and want them to know that hey, we can talk to you. We want to work together and make our solutions even better no one hundred percent and I wanna say this An, it'll help all the developers in the future partners who wanNA partner with APPs Samson in general one thing you brought up his kind of making yourself accessible. Having had to reach out to a lot of these these partners it's difficult to find the right email address or contact information to get to the right person right on a lot of them is just like support email address available but as you grow your business whether from a development standpoint where an enterprise or a startup standpoint be mindful of the fact that you want yourself to be easily accessible right because there's partnerships that you may lose because they don't know how to get in contact with you. So be mindful of that and I Always said if tomorrow I started my own either desktop shop or Now. In startup on on the first page, there's going to be either at the a at the bottom of prominent location contact information to reach me if you want to reach me, here's how you reach me because that is important. There's a lot of people were looking to do business which look in a partner which you need to make that seamless as possible I. Love that. So with that said, would you like to share your email my birth? Yes. Okay. S that Nunez and U. N. Z. at sea that Samsung Dot Com and that is my email address I I answer emails so There might be a delay, but I will definitely respond. Well, Hey, again while I absolutely appreciate you taking the time to join me on the podcast. Thank you. I will go on. Looking to start creating for Samsung, download the latest tools to Code your next APP or get software for designing APPS without coding it all sell your APPs to the world on the Samsung Galaxy store. CHECK OUT DEVELOPER ADOPT SAMSON DOT com today and start your journey with Samson. PODCAST brought to you by the Samson, developer program and produced by Toni Moreland..

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Board from a from a subscription and provisioning standpoint. Pretty sure you can hear that. Siren. Yet. We can hang over his second. That's funny. So tell me what's the best way for companies to learn more about aspects that they can get started? The easiest way in the most resourceful that has the most resource available to use Samsung Dot com slash abstract made it has everything from. The list of of companies or partners that we already have. It actually gives you insights enrolled map into the partners that are in the pipeline. It has a Q. and A. It has additional resources in right write ups to help Kinda. Get you. Up to speed with APPs back as quickly as possible. So that would be the first place to go to to learn more about APPS. Say the your elegant one more time. It is a Samsung Dot com slash APPs DAK excellent, and we will link to that in the show notes. I'm super excited about the new launch of abstract in in all of the solutions that are out there looking forward to. New APPS being released the stock a little bit about you. What was Your Journey Samsung? Oddly enough. I. There was a point in my life I wanted to give up technology. As a whole I was a that net developer and I literally, I was in a position where I'm like, this cannot be. Trapped behind my desk of Writing Code, which I'm a fan of writing code the the creative aspect of it and be able to Kinda create these things just lines of code. But I had opportunity to travel the world. And then be more of a from a presenter side of things right so I still developed heavily but there was these gaps where I can kind of take technology today either developed or is a part of an present him. To people in these kind of roadshows from from a technical perspective. So I had a stint at blackberry doing that. And then a few years ago I think roughly six years ago Samsung. was focusing on enterprise mobility and that was that was in there was an opportunity there So I got tapped to come over to Samsung, and then that's where kind of my Samsung Journey started and he started from. Solution Innovation Perspective Enterprise Mobility this mash up and then it transitioned into I've always advocated for developers Developers in especially in larger corporations, they might not necessarily have the voice that they need especially in the enterprise space I live in the enterprise space in wide sway. Important to me because I think enterprise gives you an opportunity to solve real world problems right Consumer side is funding I mean there's some interesting aspects there. You can't truly appreciate a second onto you. Are you see from the Lens of a first responder? So money in healthcare industry writer and if we can help build applications To help kind of make their jobs easier, it'll ultimately make the world a better place right because they're the ones that are out saving the world. So I've advocated for developers in that, advocating for developers gave me an opportunity to start. Doing. B. Two B. Developer focused engagements, kind of creating A. Opening up tools and resources to support them in kind of taking develop relations on the road and then kind of having. Enterprise Focus. A tech for good engagements in events specifically. For, those particular developers from perspective in Samsung who's been really good at providing the resources in helping me kind of bring distinct We're still it's still work in progress but I'm happy with the progress we've made and even though there's there's a long way to go I think we're we're definitely moving in the right direction very well sad I actually I met you. I think about a year and a half ago. So I'm in the West Coast in you are I'm in New, York, city, New, York City, exactly our team came out to New York to. Teach a class at one of the local universities. But then also we did a meet up group in the evening where we had a bunch of developers come out you're part of the team that was on a panel. At that event that was a lot of fun You know my take away from that event was. Meeting the community that was there a definitely a very vibrant. Crowd the the came to that meet up. I actually had a really nice conversation with a young lady who was a developer building some apps very much around the issues that she was medically having and he had some some medical issues going on in here she was creating an APP not you know for the wider community it was specifically for her. So that she can try and make her life better just was just so exciting when you actually can get face to face. So I'm I'm really looking forward to you know once we all get through this pandemic and we can get back out to doing these live events because that's where the people are. I mean that's really what you start to touch on the. Outside of all of this work that you deal, which is amazing. What do you like to do for fun? So I think you did a really good. I'll use your last sentence as a segue. But. Find me is is. Traveling right it's it's elegant inspired. and. I'm all about democratizing innovation rating ton of finding having come from everybody and then having traveled the world a small part of the world is I mean there's a Lotta world out there still less sure. Would you brought up a good point about touching people? Me just being fascinated with human creativity. I, love traveling up until this year. Backpack every year at pick a part of the world to go really load up my backpack in Go touch the people. Go out into connects more and. Oddly enough I was I just got back on a plane after six months. Out a week ago right and it felt different. I remember I used to tell people getting on a plane was I getting an Uber for me I do it so much that it doesn't have the same impact or significance, and it wasn't until my most recent trip, which is last weekend and got on a plane and I. Fell in love with getting on a plane again, right forgotten how that felt and I remember as a kid. So I'm originally from Belize I was born reason believes I didn't come to the states. A man technically, but I remember. I would come to the states during the summer and two weeks away from my actual departure date already felt excitement. I knew what I was going to wear. I put out everything that was so excited about it. And then as I became an adult and traveled so much the the excitement didn't come from the anticipation anymore it came from being in the actual places, right Sir but with this trip and being away from from from flying and travelling I fell in love with the idea of anticipating. Traveling. Again Sir it felt good. I was nervous. I didn't know what to expect, but it went well. So support, the the front line workers everybody who is creating. At, least kind of actively from our doctors nurses to are the grocery store workers to the airline employees everybody who is. Making. This as normal.

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Kind of introduce abstract to the general public as well as you know, there's been a big shift because of covid nineteen in the pandemic just you know not only how function in our daily lives by around business and how businesses are functioning. So can you tell me how covid nineteen has impacted epoch? Yeah I mean. Gobert has affected everyone in everything right I think. This is new to everyone and. Unfortunately, it's become our new normal right and there's been. Impact both from a customer in our in a partner standpoint. and seeing that we particularly cater to s be. In that segment has been significantly impacted. It's definitely had impact on on on a as a whole but what we found that the the number one priority for us and be is moving to the cloud and mobile SASS APPS and you're looking to to access near Sass. APPS, on mobile devices right. So in a way, Samsung is helping to facilitate that right. So the opportunity to to not only become touch list but be able to access the that they need to run your businesses especially in this time making that more seamless. And out with less friction given the circumstances. So I love what you said when you when you. Can Use the analogy that this is a upset his your baby that starting to grow and Saturday and see it crawl. So I'm sure now that you've seen some companies, put their solutions on APP stack and you've seen that grow. So what sort of APPS are you excited about that? You're seeing on APP stack if artist step back for second. I was a part of the a lot of the the the business side of this relationship in. Partner, aren't on boarding right. So that went from being a consumer of these applications to actually being being involved in more of a business conversation, right in a lot of these applications or applications that use myself. In particular G. Suite or Canada so so Being given an opportunity to now engage in from this perspective was not only insightful. It it it it. It felt good. An especially from a consumer perspective, right? It's like. Business thing. You you Never WanNa meet the you're either the people that you admire because in fear that they are not who they claim to be in this particular case. Especially from. US being technologist in having developed in times past or being developed developers. Now to kind of have this conversation with these companies that are actually doing it and doing it right it was actually refreshing and it it was. It felt good. In a lot of these like I said, canvas. G. Suite sign now pay Mo-, there's a huge. will use the term huge loosely because it is curated but there's there's a few applications that I'm excited about the ones that are there now that we that we launched, it are definitely on the list and there's definitely a few coming that I'm also excited for like click up fresh books but in on is the just whoever's onboard at this moment I'm truly excited to have them be a part of it because again, there's some personal satisfaction I get from this as well. Are there any types of APPs that aren't on abstract yet that you would like to see brought to the platform? I think we've done a really good job of identifying the ones that we want to be a part of it, and we've identified this specific categories specific to our. SNB customers and what their needs are and I think. We haven't made announcements in a on a few of them that are in the pipeline. But if I took a quick glance at those that are in the pipeline, I'm excited about the list. That's GonNa come after this week we when we talk about APPs in partners that are involved, it is a it's a dynamic list, right? So grows is we go along so. I'm excited with the ones that come in I don't want to let the cat out the bag. That I am looking forward to excellent excellent. I can't wait to to hear about that. So tell me what are the end user benefits related tap stack. So. As we mentioned before it, abstract provides for us to be customers. Essential place for them to find purchase provisions, manager cloud applications. But beyond that it, it comes at a discount, right? So it's It's also a a central place to manage all your subscriptions. So at what that does is it takes the focus off. The other things and gives you gives those are SMP, customers the ability to kind of work on building their business right and not have to worry about everything else. But just focus on building businesses and making it The best business can be given the circumstances so. again from from from a business perspective, it it it centralize your subscriptions. Those descriptions come at a discount gives you an opportunity to kind of bundle your your software and hardware together. And make that that purchasing flow of more seamless one. Yeah. I could see that we really beneficial for businesses just starting out when you know they may not have a lot of revenue being generated at the moment, but they still need to get their their business in order. Definitely. I know was big announcement when abstract just launched. Tell me is there anything else you know news related? That's coming up that we can get excited about events that you can. You can share outside of the fact that it is the best. Place out there. Honestly I like I said earlier, I think I'm. Abstract is is big on or what makes abstract important and relevant and beneficial are the partners be board So our excitement comes when we can and we have partners that we know our be customers need. And if we're able to deliver on net going back to my original I started about being plead. Creative and designing might my approach to? Creativity designers human centered, right So we build for our customers we built for the people who designed solutions for the people who are trying to problems for this particular cases are as customers and for them we're identifying the key applications and solutions they need so. Exciting news is we have some really good applications that exists in abstract now. Will Continue to deliver on those partnerships so that to make the life of an sm be more easier. Let's talk about companies that want to become a partner. What's the first step? You know? What did they do to offer their solution on? The first step is to be the best in your category. I want to reemphasize how important having abstract curated tries to us into our customers. Right. So if you are the best in your category will come knocking and beyond that. Not, only a SAS services that specifically targets a SMB's it has to be self service, right? So it it shouldn't have to require a lot of hand holding for on boarding because we want again the whole idea here is to make this. Not a burden for us and be customers and make it as as as as streamlined as possible. Right. So the less touch the better. So be the best in your category top to top three. In also have a solution that again is self service that anyone can Quickly on.

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Developer Dad likes to connect with people to like Sutak Lot. So you're going to hear daydream podcast this episode that you're going to ask me one thing and I'm going to to answer like twenty different things because Aah. That's why I do what I do a relaxed talk a reluctant connect with people and tried to figure out the kinds of things that people really are passionate about a like to spend a lot of time. Doing things that are like in and people can notice in. That's the kind of thing that elect to finding other developers. So I started my career as developer a steel decoding bad in general. What I do right now is to use the technical knowledge to be able to connect with older developers and tried to find your passion to kind of things that really take them in the kind of things that they relate to create. So for those of you who don't know both Diego and I are developer evangelists, we actually work together We've been working together now for. Over a year I would say over a year now. Yeah, absolutely. That's great. So before you joined Samsung, were you already in evangelist for another company Yeah actually have been doing at daybreak I'll develop relations for like seven years now. So different companies, the first time that I did it was with Microsoft and then the same chance to do something similar way Red Hat, and also with. Company that You're going to be able to find that a CA technologies that one get acquired and now will happen to What this role with Samsung for a little bit over a year like you said. So, how was it that you? Actually I learned about this role at Samson. Well at some Sun e I think was looking for another opportunity like you said, ca get acquired. So I wanted to continue doing things on developer relations and I started looking and well, obviously whatever you see something like a name of Samsung that's going to popping any search you know. So it's it's such a big company. So influential that immediately like, wow, developer relations with Samsung. So I immediately honing into Dadan and well immediately applied and fortunately for me it worked out. Yeah, no, we're really excited when you joined I will say Diego is an absolute character. He is so much fun to work with but. Outside of his. Very outgoing personality. He is truly a Tech Guy I. Mean I am amazed at the knowledge that you have that you that you brought to the team. I do remember during the interview process. You are the one of all the applicants that really blew us all the way because you went above and beyond already creating some some code as part of the process that we just said. Oh. My Gosh we need to. We need to have this guy now something unique is that even though Diego, and I worked together in the same team we're actually on opposite sides of the country. So I'm based on the West Coast and you are on the east coast. So tell a little bit about wire there on the east coast where you are and how did you end up there? Well I am in in Atlanta in Atlanta Metro Georgia I've been here almost seven years. So I moved here for my first developer relations -sition. So the that was the position that mentioned a with Microsoft and the had an opening here. I ended up moving before data was out living in in Texas before data relief to eat in Michigan for a couple of months before data lived in. Spain and before that I was living in Columbia. so He'd Wisconsin a long road to to make it although a here. And your birthplace is Columbia's correct young Colombian, and that's where I started my career. So that's where I.

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"At I android phones that could Samsung phones if you install two different maps. The Sun android phone the first time you go to launch a nap. It's hey, you have map a or map be. which when you WANNA use in, do you WANNA make one year default will be has exactly the same thing but for voice. So. What's the weather like enable two of them will say, Hey, you have whether capsule hey or you have big sky which one would you like us would you like to make one the default so I said Hey us big sky and make it the default and from then on Big Sky Answers, I can always go into settings, inch James that or I can always go back to the old kind of invocation name say asked whether app a for the weather in overwrite Byzantium specifically addressing the name of a capsule in that will answer. So we've had this Novak twenty different categories. We keep on building these and thinking about it. We think it's a big on lock to knowing developers kind of solving this ability problem but to my mind even more importantly as a consumer I said I like big sky over the Bolton weather. But everybody has their own preferences there. So let the consumer choose what they want their experience to be sure their favorite provider for X. Y. or Z.. And really personalized experiences the consumer. So sudden. It may come across and how I'm describing, but we're definitely super excited about quickly things they're such amazing possibilities there. Yeah. No that sounds that sounds great. So let's talk about getting started. If developers are designers want to think about getting into voice, what advice would you give them? Yes a couple things come to mind. The first is when you're thinking about what you WanNa build is. The best. Interface for a right so You know obviously a fan of voice. I think it's amazing. I. Also think there's areas where typing on a keyboard. Swiping on a screen or better interfaces rape, we're trying to do so you need to think about. If it's easier or faster or better to swipe retyping I. I'll be shy away from it. Look at on the other hand if it's hard or difficult on I was like the things about things run like, wow I gotta go through twelve different menus. To Go do this wile waste might be really amazing they're so if you're going to replace some functionality It were voices a better interface or. where voice it just brand new, it would not work well without voice being the modality with which you interact with that technology. So that's number one number two. It's a is follow your passion and you'd never very best APPs pc.

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Launched his own voice start up but it was when he entered a Samsung Hacker thon in one, the bixby team said we need this guy. Enjoy. Roger thanks very much for joining me on this podcast. I have to ask you first who is Roger Kibi? Well I guess I can answer that question two ways will want him a husband and father to two teenage daughters Oh boy but yes, used to be pretty busy these days. But professionally in the senior developer of Angeles for Samsung speak what does that mean? It really means I go out and talk to third party developers agencies and companies can encourage them to go build upon the bixby platform You know I have a long career in technology the for about twenty five years insulting. I've been technology architect technology strategy found my own startup and I've been invoice for the last several years about the last eighteen months or so less than eighteen months out with. Samson. About the same time that I did an interesting. We both have the same title at Samsung. ME. Being senior. Developer. The developer program doing something similar to what you're doing go out and teaching developers and designers how to create for Sam. So pretty cool. We're along the same lines. Yeah. I think it's a it's an amazing. Job actually kind of a combination of you've got to be familiar with the technology but you're you know love to go talk to people in and understand what they're doing and figuring out how technology can help solve their problems or help enable them to do something amazing what a combination exactly So tell me a little bit how you actually got your start at Samsung I heard the you actually won a contest. At our developer conference and that's wet put you on the radar at the folks at Samsung. So tell me a bit about that. Yes. I heard of that Bixby in twenty eighteen He was still a private Beta in early two, thousand eighteen. And I was doing my own voice consulting in my own voice start up then and I thought, hey, there's this new platform they had this hacker thon I love to play with new technology. One of those people pies the first piece of new technology too much. My wife's Chagrin often So I went downloaded it and started playing with it and I realized this is Sutton, really cool and doing things in a different way than what the other voice platforms are doing. So I built this capsule capsule, voice application, bixby terminology and was all about just being. In I recycle this, can I compost this? I need to throw it in the trash right question that often get from my daughter's is dad what does this go into? Some scratch my head. Three bins don't WanNa be responsible citizen input. Right thing. Sure. You know that's a pretty good use case for voice because you want to know that right away built that or fix the We had this Haka Fan I got enough finals in the SEC Simpson Developer's conference in two thousand, eighteen. All of US finalists were invited to go and we presented on stage and I ended up winning that hacker thon..

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"To will right back on top of the screen. Now, if the web developer didn't test their application in Samsung Internet, they might put a key piece of Ui underneath that section of screen where we overlay the. Button. So it you know it's things like that are these these little micro issues that testing really helps is not necessarily about web standards compliance. It's more about how you make sure that your web application runs correctly and all the you I is correct for the UI choices that browser has made displays its US actually have a lot of experience with designing. Watch faces for Simpson watches in the same is true. It's best to design around the system icons that appear under certain circumstances so that you don't have any usability issues. So. What does Simpson Internet done to drive awareness for developers? So a lot of the work that we started off when we started the team in sixteen, let's turn to drive a market awareness of something. We already knew that because we had some some stats. That, we had strong usage numbers so. We are roughly ten percent of all mobile browsing in Europe. For instance, the issue was actually driving awareness amongst developers that they really needed to to understand those numbers bear for attention to testing and. You basically why they should pay attention to us as as a browser. So we started off by working with. People like stop count of. That actually. Is One source that people use rebel stats, browsers on we van went on to work with. Google analytics. So we after we've gotten stuck counter to kind of separate us off from Google Chrome. We. Dan went to Google analytics and we got them to separate us off from Google Chrome and amazingly after that happened, we started at all these calls from different people UK government was one example where. They started to say, Hey, we've just had this amazing jump in usage from Samsung. Internet while they actually have a jump they had they always had very high usage of Samsung Internet but they just never knew it because Google Google analytics was lumping us together with Google, chrome. So. That's a problem with a lot of these stats. Keeper sites is that they weren't if they were just if they were not paying attention to your specific browser, they were lumping together with a particular engine that the browser is based on. Getting that right was like a key element, and then we can take those numbers to other places. When we can say look, this is how many of your users are what percentage of users using Samsung Internet we really think you would benefit from talking to us or you would benefit from testing on Samsung. Internet. Would you like to come do some joint projects with us all that kind of stuff we also have been working with places like and the end. So Mozilla developer network or MD N has recently over the last few years has changed from a Berry Mozilla specific website into basically a documentation website for the web across browsers and what's underpin that is that they now have a product advisory board which includes people from. Microsoft Samsung Zillah obviously Google they also people from a couple of smaller organizations such as Baku which kind of open source development shop so They have been doing a lot to to kind of create and to reinforce the the understanding that developers have. That's a cross platform development site. So as part of our work there, we made sure that when there's a documentation page, a particular API naval listed browsers underneath that documentation that is the the listed. Supported browsers. Versions for that particular API that Simpson Internet appears not last. CanNot use dot com is another example of a website that people use when they want to find out if they can use a particular API in particular browser, they were also not separating US south from chrome so. Actually working with them, and then working with them through 'em the end we actually got them to use all of the MD compatibility data, which is data that we update. That's data that our team goes in the background and updates through get hub through an open source procedure. So that all data data's up to date both on md on and on. CanNot I use so that developers have up to date information about which is they can use them which versions of which browser, and then in general, we've been doing a lot of things like writing blog posts. We ride a lot of technical blog posts about the use of different API's use of different technologies, opinion pieces about. Topics, on the web. To focus on things where Samsung has some kind of engineering investment. So things like Progressive Web APPs. That's one area where we done a lot of work. Recently, we've also done a lot of work on Webex Czar, the immersive. Web. And things like what payment? That kind of thing we also sponsor conferences we got and speak at conferences and events. These days were obviously we're doing a lot of virtual events and really trying to play a leadership role in how The developer advocacy community deals with the current situation with a lockdown. By showing how you can very effectively engaged with developers and created conversation developers using virtual. Virtual means you know I couldn't agree with you more. You know the timing with the launch of our new podcast here is actually right in line with probably what's going to be a huge change for all of the industries as we move forward in this new world of information sharing virtually. Attended virtual office hours and it was nice because you know you brought in some outside people, some industry people to participate, and that's and that's something that we that's a kind of ethos that we have had from the beginning We actually ran a two day event in San Jose. A couple years ago called temps on create. And, the whole idea of that was to feature Samsung people. Yes. But at least half the speakers that we had were from Worth Party speakers that we brought in from the industry Speaker, we had Microsoft, Speaker Rita Google Speaker you know it also fits together with the fact that our team besides doing developer advocacy and outreach were also doing a. Lot of industry work. So we do work in w three C I co-chair group in W3C, which is the world web consortium that sets standards for the web. I co-chair group, they're called technical architecture group, which is kind of Technical Steering Group for Web Standards Mike Colleague Eva Co chairs immersive web working group, which is working on technologies that bring Ar Vr. To The web. So we're not only a role in terms of getting the word out about this technologies, but we're also playing a role terms of setting the standards. Is Simpson Internet just for android. The work that we're doing is on Samsung Internet for Android team that were attached to second unit for him. If you have a Simpson TV or if you have a Samsung Watch, you may also know that there are other versions of Samsung. Internet pay the same logo and they are also based on chromium, but they're actually built by different teams within Samsung divisions. So there's some cross working between those different groups especially because they're all using the chromium based today, share a lot of knowledge in the Charlotte of information but actually the work that we're doing we focus on Samsung Internet for android. When you have improvements that you want to make to the Samsung Internet browser or those released at the same time when released. So one of the things that we did very early on and I think this was right around the time when I started in two thousand sixteen is we unlinked browser releases from device.

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

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"samsung" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"In the US, John's got a great story not just what he's doing here at Samsung related to the gaming industry, but his time before arriving at Samsung where he helped, take a little game offered on facebook to become one of the most successful Mobile Games of all time candy crush saga. So I'm going to start off with the real basic question who is Jong Wu. I'm one of those lucky guys I'd say that gets to do professionally what I'm also very passionate about personally and that's that's gaming I am an Avid Gamer love playing games, all sorts of gains from board games to console in PC games. So you know I've actually had the opportunity to work in the gaming industry for the past fifteen plus years or so So most recently I headed up a business development in partnerships, for King. Digital Entertainment I, and I was actually kings first US based higher and they moved me from New York to California back in two thousand eleven and at that time king was a web based. Of Casual game developer. And they were looking to make the pivot into. eventually mobile So I opened up their San, Francisco office and help that help the company pivot through from from the based into facebook initially and that into mobile..

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