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  1. Samsung’s Smart Monitor range is expanding this week, with a new 43-inch 4K M7 model and a smaller, 24-inch M5 model with 1080p resolution. The key thing that sets these monitors apart is the introduction of Smart TV technology, powered by Samsung’s own Tizen processors. Samsung wants these to be “do-it-all” displays, good for work, gaming and general entertainment, which will be accessible through a Smart TV style UI with support for apps like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. These Smart Monitors also feature apps for remote desktop connections and productivity apps like Microsoft Office.
  2. For a limited time, Samsung is offering $100 off its 50", 55", 65" and 75" Frame TVs. This deal looks to be ending on June 6th. Click Here to Get the Deal! The elegant, modern design blends flawlessly with your home décor or gallery wall. Transform The Frame into a beautiful work of art when you're not watching TV with Art Mode. The Frame’s slim QLED 65-inch TV display showcases enhanced picture quality, no matter what is on-screen.
  3. At I/O 2021, Google announced the next version of Wear OS. The company teamed up with Samsung and merged Tizen with Wear OS for the latest generation of its wearable OS to fix all its shortcomings. This led to speculation that Samsung could also ditch Tizen in favor of Android TV for its smart TVs. However, that will not happen as Samsung intends to continue using Tizen OS for its smart TVs. Samsung Prefers Tizen to Android TV Despite Android TV rapidly gaining popularity and becoming the default OS of choice for the majority of smart TVs out there, Samsung has decided to
  4. Not long ago a leaker claimed that an upcoming Samsung smartwatch would run Android (presumably meaning Wear OS), and now we've seen evidence that this may well be true. Twitter user Ivan_Meler (who shared the data with XDA Developers) found reference to a device codenamed 'Merlot' in some source code for the Samsung Galaxy S20, and alongside it there was mention of Wear OS. That therefore suggests both that this is a wearable, and more importantly that it's one that runs Google's smartwatch operating system. That said, there's no indication here of exactly which sma
  5. Try unplugging the set for at least 60 seconds for a hard restart and then try again.
  6. Samsung has annnounced novel third-party compatiblity with TVs as part of its 2019 Developer Conference (SDC). This also involves the roll-out of new tools, so as to help developers generate fresh apps for this ecosystem. Therefore, more obsolete or perhaps less-used smart screens could become the face of interesting side projects or new insights into what this OEM's ecosystem could deliver. This year's SDC also debuted new tools that may make ends like this even easier in the future. They include EastST, which might replace self-contrived playback modules in order to check that content i
  7. An 8K TV in and of itself isn't really new. But they're getting ridiculously cool. The new QLED line from Samsung in 2020 is headed up by the Q950. It's Tizen-based, of course, which is the semi-open-source operating system the company has been using for years. (That's in contrast to things like webOS from LG, or Android TV, or Roku TV.) There's also plenty of AI baked in — because what doesn't have AI baked in at this point. And that'll do things like automatically adjust brightness and contrast based on the ambient light in the room. It'll also do its own thing to compress the video so
  8. Here's the latest list of Samsung TVs on sale for Black Friday... Walmart Televisions Samsung 50" NU6900 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $278.00 Samsung 55" NU6900 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $329.00 Target Televisions Samsung 43" 4K Smart TV with HDR $229.99 Samsung 50" 4K Smar
  9. Today at the Samsung Developer Conference the company announced that it would open its smart TV platform, Tizen TV, to third-party manufacturers. “With Tizen, consumers can stream content from hundreds of apps,” Sang Kim, Global Head of Smart TV Business Development said during the keynote. “For the first time we’re going to make the Tizen TV OS available to other manufacturers.” According to Kim, over 100 million TVs currently support Tizen and while that’s a substantial number, this move could stem the flow of manufacturers like Hisense and TCL from rushing to Roku TV and Android
  10. Samsung Electronics announced today that it will support the world’s first 8K HDR10+ content, partnering with major European streaming services. With this announcement, Samsung has established itself as the leader of the HDR (High Dynamic Range) specification industry. CHILI, The Explorers and MEGOGO – three key OTT (Over-the-top) service providers in Europe – will adopt 8K HDR10+ along with its support for 4K HDR10+. HDR10+ technology optimizes brightness and maximizes the contrast ratio, making bright areas brighter and dark areas darker. The feature is available on all UHD TV and 2019
  11. You should contact Strava support as they would be the ones to build it: https://support.strava.com/hc/en-us
  12. what's your region, is it US? check out this article: https://www.cactusvpn.com/tutorials/how-to-change-region-on-samsung-smart-tv-k-series/
  13. Hopefully there will be a Disney plus app released for Samsung Tizen TVs. Disney announced devices that will be compatible but most TV brands are not on there yet. Disney unveils international rollout of streaming service


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