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  1. 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 Smart TV with HDR $279.99 Samsung 50" 4K Smart TV with HDR $349.99 Samsung 55" 4K Smart TV with HDR $329.99 Samsung 55" 4K Smart TV with HDR $449.99 Samsung 65" 4K Smart TV with HDR $479.99 Samsung 65" 4K Smart TV with HDR $599.99 Sam's Club Televisions Samsung 55" 7 Series 4K Curved Smart TV with HDR $459.00 Samsung 65" 7 Series 4K Curved Smart TV with HDR $599.00 Best Buy Televisions Samsung 43" 6 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $229.99 Samsung 50" 7 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $349.99 Samsung 50" NU6900 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $279.99 Samsung 55" 7 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $449.99 Samsung 55" NU6900 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $329.99 Samsung 55" Q60 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $699.99 Samsung 65" 7 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $599.99 Samsung 65" NU6900 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $479.99 Samsung 65" Q60 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $999.99 Samsung 65" Q70 Series 4K Smart TV with HD $1,199.99 Samsung 65" Q80 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $1,699.99 Samsung 70" 6 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $549.99 Samsung 70" Class LED 6 Series 2160p Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR $549.99 Samsung 75" NU6900 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $749.99 Samsung 75" Q60 Series 4K Smart TV with HDR $1,499.99 Samsung 75" Q70 Series 4K Smart TV with HD $1,999.99 Google Shopping Televisions Samsung 50" 6900 Series 4K Smart TV with Google Home Mini $278.00 Costco Televisions Samsung 43" Class 6 Series 4K UHD LED LCD TV $229.99 Samsung 50" Class 6 Series 4K UHD LED LCD TV $279.99 Samsung 55" Class 6 Series 4K UHD LED LCD TV $349.99 Samsung 55" Class Q6D Series 4K QLED LCD TV $699.99 Samsung 55" Class Q7D Series 4K QLED LCD TV $999.99 Samsung 58" Class 6 Series 4K UHD LED LCD TV $379.99 Samsung 65" Class 6 Series 4K UHD LED LCD TV $499.99 Samsung 65" Class 8 Series 4K UHD LED LCD TV $779.99 Samsung 75" Class 6 Series 4K UHD LED LCD TV $749.99 List from https://blackfriday.gottadeal.com/
  2. 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 TV platforms for their smart platforms. It could even increase the Bixby user base too, which is a key goal for Samsung. So what, exactly, makes Tizen so appealing that TV makers would want to adopt it? Primarily its Samsung TV Plus platform which offers free content and integrates with over-the-top cable providers, as well as its large app library powered by developers (hence why the announcement was made at its developer conference). Unfortunately, beyond the announcement of news, Samsung isn’t offering any additional details – it’s not ready to announce potential partners, for example, nor is it ready to reveal when the first third-party Tizen TVs will be available. The silver lining? With CES 2020 right around the corner, more information is likely coming in two month's time. source: https://www.techradar.com/amp/news/samsungs-tv-os-tizen-tv-is-now-available-to-third-party-tv-makers
  3. 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 8K TV models, including Samsung’s lineup of QLED TVs. “With HDR emerging as one of the most important technologies for ultra-high picture quality, our HDR10+ format enables every image to be accurately displayed on screen just as the creator intended,” said Hyogun Lee, Executive Vice President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “We will continue to strengthen our industry leadership through establishing partnerships with top streaming service providers and equipping our televisions with the technology needed to support the world’s first 8K HDR10+.” “Our main goal in this partnership with Samsung is to offer the highest-quality content services available to our customers,” said Victor Chekanov, CEO at MEGOGO. “We will maintain our initiative in the Russian OTT service market and plan to provide dozens of HDR10+ movies to Samsung Smart TV users starting late this summer.” Aside from the aforementioned OTT streaming services, several other industry-leading content partners are collaborating with Samsung. Rakuten TV, Deutsche Telekom’s Magenta TV and Videociety are all expected to adopt HDR10+ support for its respective VOD services between Q4 2019 and Q1 2020. Also, Molotov, the first French OTT streaming service to offer live and on-demand TV channels all in one place, is also considering to adopt HDR10+. The growing list of premiere content partners is a testament to the industry’s commitment to the best viewing experience possible for consumers. HDR10+ content availability continues to expand. Recent announcements from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment debuting HDR10+ on UHD Blu-ray with “The Secret Life of Pets 2” and “Godzilla: King of the Monsters”, respectively, add to the UHD Blu-ray discs already released from Twentieth Century Fox and others. Since Samsung began the HDR10+ logo certification program with Panasonic and 20th Century Fox last year, 81 companies have joined the program, boosting the program’s influence in the industry. Samsung has also strengthened its effort with the new opening of an HDR10+ center in China last December, following Korea, Japan and the U.S. With TV manufacturers such as Hisense obtaining HDR10+ certification in China, the HDR10+ alliance is expected to expand even further. Along with HDR10+ certifications of existing TVs and smartphone products, Samsung is working to implement the program for its B2B products. For example, micro LED models such as The Wall Pro and The Wall Lux have been HDR10+ certified, and the company plans to expand the ecosystem to include Samsung’s line of LED products. For more information on Samsung’s HDR10+-supported products, please visit https://hdr10plus.org/ Source: https://news.samsung.com/global/samsung-electronics-enables-worlds-first-8k-hdr10-plus-technology
  4. You should contact Strava support as they would be the ones to build it: https://support.strava.com/hc/en-us
  5. 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/
  6. 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
  7. I agree, its very frustrating when an app is pulled or not available. Its in the app store: http://www.samsung.com/us/appstore/app/G16040006493
  8. In this video we are Unboxing of Samsung 4K Ultra High Definition Smart LED TV this one is 50 Inches 60Hz Refresh Rate Display Samsung letest 6 Gen series, working on Tizen Operating system, Netflix, Amazon prime video, YouTube, Hotstar, Google play movie, jio cinema n much more app in side with app store, Samsung Tune Station Dolby sounds System in side how it's work and look. HDR support HDMI port, USB port, LAN port, all types of port are given, super quality audio and video experience, live cast , mirror screen support, lag free gaming possible, 43" and 55" inches display also available same function, better than all tv in this Price segment
  9. Comparison test between 4K Ultra Samsung 50RU7402 and Full HD Sony 50WF660 TVs. Factory Picture Settings (Vivid). Direct led XR 400 vs Edge led 1700 PQI Motion Interpolation, which has better image quality?
  10. 15 different tips and tricks on Samsung Tizen OS 4.0 (2018) platform. Demonstrated on 55-inch 55NU7400 UHD TV. You will find in this video how to: Reinstall an app 0:13 Disable Smart hub being displayed when TV is turned on 0:39 Get information about an input 1:11 Change input name 1:43 Connect Bluetooth devices 2:08 Switch to home or shop mode 3:02 Scan for viruses 3:30 Enable PC mode 4:08 Enable game mode 5:08 Enable or disable HDMI CEC 5:26 Enable or disable the ambient light sensor 5:58 Turn off sound feedback 6:45 Quickly activate the sleep timer 7:13 Find out TV’s IP address 7:49 Reset all settings to default 8:11
  11. How do you get HBO Go on Samsung Tizen Smart TVs? HBO Go is supported on most Samsung Tizen Smart TVs. To find out if HBO GO is available on your Samsung TV, go to Samsung TV: Compatible Devices with HBO GO and look for your Samsung TV model. If HBO GO is not available on your Samsung TV, you can use a streaming player (such as Roku or Apple TV), a game console, or stream HBO GO to your TV using Chromecast. Go to Smart Hub and search for HBO Go
  12. Omniexperience and their strategic partner, Samsung Electronics are pleased to announce the integration between Omni Platform and Samsung’s Tizen OS. The integration of these two technologies provides next generation engagement for customers in Travel, Hospitality, and Retail. It allows robust display, touch and mobile solutions to integrate and share information across any customer touchpoint. OmniExperience Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, OmniExperience is progressive SaaS-based digital experience solution provider, focused on turnkey unique, integrated omnichannel touchpoints including Kiosk, Digital Display, Video Wall and Mobile technology. Our integrated middleware solution easily plugs into any HMS, PoS, CRM or CMS solution for centralized management and analytics. Our true Omnichannel software platform allows the organization to extend consistency of brand, content and social based on location and time of day through any device. In-Destination, On- Property, and In-Store. https://www.retailcustomerexperience.com/companies/showcases/omniexperience/ https://www.retailcustomerexperience.com/whitepapers/integration-between-omni-platform-and-samsungs-tizen-os/
  13. The Samsung Galaxy Watch Active is one of the best smartwatches for all Android phones. It’s got great compatibility, design, battery life, and is very light. Depending on your point of view, one of the best things about it is it’s not running Google’s Wear OS. The Galaxy Watch Active is running Tizen 4, and after the latest update, it has One UI 1.2 as well. Let’s take a look at some of the changes. The Galaxy Watch Active’s new update tweaks some things to improve the experience without the rotating bezel. The app drawer is now slightly more optimized for swiping. Before, there were little icons at the top that would allow you to switch between pages. Now, all you can do is swipe instead of pressing the icon. It should be noted that you could also swipe before this update, but Samsung cleaned up the animation and made it work better. This is a small change, but it always felt like Samsung just threw the same software onto the watch with different hardware. No more next page button The next major change is actually with Bixby. I know most people just ignore Bixby’s existence, but it can actually be useful on a watch. Before the new update, Bixby felt like S Voice with a new icon. The original Bixby on the watch and S Voice didn’t even sound different. After the update, Bixby actually sounds and feels like Bixby from Samsung phones. It even has a similar settings panel and app support to Bixby 2.0 on phones with One UI. (Then again, you could just use Google Assistant…) Goodnight mode is another pretty cool change. It tries to limit your use of the watch and keep you away from checking your notifications. It makes it harder to check your apps and notifications. To continue to do so, you need to either turn off goodnight mode or hit the home button. It’s not making it impossible, but it just adds a little barrier to make the process more difficult and hopefully keep you away. Another very minor change I noticed after playing with this update is with icons. The theater mode icon in the watch’s quick settings has been redesigned. Before, it had a confusing-looking curved display. It was hard to tell what it was unless you knew ahead of time. Now, the new icon is much easier to see and actually know what it means. Along with these new features and minor changes, we do have some actually useful updates. The Galaxy Watch Active can now automatically track swimming and input it into Samsung Health. There is also a new warning for minimum and maximum heart rates. These will warn you if your heart rate is above or below a certain point without doing exercise. This feature will likely be tied to ECG support in the Watch Active 2. All of these updates are really nice and just reinforces my perception of the Galaxy Watch Active being the best smartwatch for Android. These changes will also pave the way for the Galaxy Watch Active 2 when it’s announced next month. Wear OS as a platform doesn’t see much movement these days, but Samsung is charging ahead with their smartwatches and software. Source: https://www.xda-developers.com/hands-on-tizen-4-samsung-galaxy-watch-active/
  14. Samsung launched the Galaxy Watch Active alongside the S10 earlier this year, positively surprising us with a great all-round wearable product. Its the first Tizen watch to introduce Samsung's new OneUI, which has since made its way to the other smartwatches in the company's lineup. Now, the Active is first in line to receive another software update and with a slew of new capabilities such as a night mode, automatic swimming recognition, a new low heart rate alert, improved Bixby actions, and some general UX improvements. Let's get Samsung's voice assistant everyone loves to hate out of the way first. It now lets you start customized exercise routines with specific goals and gives you the long-awaited ability to ask for the time differences between cities. The update should also make it easier to control SmartThings devices and change system settings such as brightness. Proceeding to UI improvements, Tizen gets a new Goodnight Mode, which turns off the display at night and shows you a dedicated watch face with the press of a button. You can turn off notifications altogether while in this mode, or you can customize which notifications you'd still like to receive. The App Tray has been updated to remove the dial-inspired interface, offering you horizontal swipes through pages of apps instead. With the Watch Active not having a rotating bezel, this makes sense. On the fitness front, the watch adds automatic swimming recognition to the existing six activities it could detect before. Additionally, you can now set up custom low heart rate alerts alongside the existing high warnings. If your pulse is abnormal for more than 10 minutes, you'll receive a notification. The breathing guide also received some minor UX updates and should help you calm down more efficiently. You can take a look at the full changelog for this update below: Build Number : R500XXU1CSG6 Tizen version : Tizen 4.0.0.5 Release Date : 2019-07-23 - New Bixby . New Bixby helps you get tasks done more easily. Start an exercise with specific goals or ask time difference between your city and the one you will be traveling. - Samsung Health . Swimming is new addition to auto detecting exercise types. . HR Low Alert is added for a heart health. . Breath Guide graphics are improved. - App Tray UI . App Tray UI has been improved for an easier, more intuitive and faster searching and activation. - Goodnight Mode UI . A dedicated view will be offered while Goodnight mode is on. - Disabled automated sync of Alarm from paired Smartphone to Watch Tizen version 4.0.0.5 is currently rolling out to the Galaxy Watch Active, but as always, it might be a little while before your device receives it. Source: https://www.androidpolice.com/2019/07/23/latest-galaxy-watch-active-update-adds-night-mode-and-makes-swim-tracking-a-whole-lot-better/
  15. We are pleased to announce the release of Tizen Studio version 3.3. This release includes new features to further improve the performance of the Tizen Studio IDE and its tools. This release includes some key bug fixes Application Launch was not happening if the Emulator was not in launched state already, ie Run As Option was working fine only for the first time. When project was run with the platform-level certificate it was asking for the Author & Distributor password which is not required by the user to enter every time. Device Logs were not visible in Device Manager due to parsing issue. Added launch_screen element to the platform schema for Web Profile. For more information about the new features and bug fixes, see Release Notes. To download Tizen Studio, visit https://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download View the full article
  16. Tizen Studio Tizen Studio is the official IDE for developing web applications and native applications for Tizen. The Tizen Studio is a comprehensive set of tools for developing Tizen native and Web applications. It consists of an IDE, Emulator, toolchain, sample code, and documentation. Tizen Studio runs on Windows® and Ubuntu, as well as macOS. Tizen applications can be developed without relying on the official Tizen Studio, as long as the application complies with the Tizen packaging rules. https://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download
  17. We are pleased to announce the first milestone release of Tizen 5.5. The Tizen 5.5 Public M1 release provides developers with the Tizen kernel, device drivers, middleware subsystems, and Native/Web/TizenFX APIs. Key highlights of this release are as follows: Embedded speech recognition engine has been added as a Speech To Text (STT) engine Supports multi-assistant framework that supports multiple assistants at the same time .NET Wearable UI extension (Tizen.Wearable.CircularUI) 1.2.0 is supported Lottie animation viewer has been added. Support for the High resolution(4K/8K) has been added. Display server can display the multi-resolution windows with the fullscreen size on a screen Web Engine Upgrade Framework has been added WRTjs (the new type of JavaScript-based WRT Framework) has been added Smack rules will be loaded directly from security-manager DB. All rule files have been removed Memory management for long-lived process like background-locked application has been enhanced Various types of notifications have been provided to represent various information Neural Network Runtime & Neural Network Streamer have been added (Experimental Release) Please refer to the release information for details. Tags: Tizen 5.5 View the full article
  18. Samsung’s Tizen OS dominates global smart TV market Global sales of smart TVs are rising and accounting for most of the sets being sold. According to Strategy Analytics, odds are good that consumers buying smart TVs will pick one up that runs Samsung’s Tizen OS. The research firm said that worldwide smart TV sales totaled 157 million units in 2018, representing 67% of all TVs sold during the year. Approximately 1 in 5 smart TVs sold today run on the Tizen platform while 1 in 10 run on the Google managed Android TV system. Roku TV only accounted for 4% of global TV sales in 2018 but the company’s story in North America was much different, where nearly one in every four smart TVs sold last year ran the Roku TV OS. David Watkins, director at Strategy Analytics, said that TV OEMs continue to pursue the market even though margins are slim, because smart TVs provide ample targeted advertising revenue opportunities. “Control over the smart TV operating system is therefore of critical importance as it is through this software layer that companies can extract the valuable user data that drives targeted ad revenues,” said Watkins. “It is for this reason that Google, Roku and Amazon are battling to persuade TV makers to build their TV software platforms into their sets rather than go through the expensive and time consuming process of building and maintaining their own operating systems.” Watkins said that while Tizen, followed by LG’s WebOS, are still the biggest smart TV operating systems globally, Google’s Android TV and Roku TV have made strong gains in the U.S. in recent years by building on their partnerships with second and third tier TV makers. “Samsung will therefore be hoping that its recently announced exclusive arrangement with Apple to integrate the iTunes app into its smart TVs will give it something that these other fast growing platforms cannot match,” Watkins said. Source: https://www.fiercevideo.com/video/samsung-s-tizen-os-dominates-global-smart-tv-market
  19. We are pleased to announce the release of Tizen Studio version 3.2. This release includes new features to further improve the performance of the Tizen Studio IDE and its tools. Key features: Added New watch application template for 5.0 Wearable. Added New Skin for Wearable Emulator without bezel to disable rotation. This release also includes some key bug fixes Fixed the strip option in CLI package command, it was not working as expected. Improved package signing time in Certificate Manager by reducing the loading of unnecessary security profiles. Updated netcoredbg package in BaseLine SDK to support debugging on 5.0 Emulator. For more information about the new features and bug fixes, see Release Notes. To download Tizen Studio, visit https://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download View the full article
  20. We are pleased to announce the release of Tizen Studio version 3.1. This release includes new features to further improve the performance of the Tizen Studio IDE and its tools. Key features: OpenJDK Support Tizen Studio now supports OpenJDK 10. OpenJDK 10 with OpenJFX 11 support has been provided in Tizen Studio. This release also includes some key bug fixes Changing the profile and platform version now updates the rootstrap in project configuration. Fixed the failure in generating a new certificate profile after 01 January 2019. IoT certificates are copied to the project while building instead of flashing. For more information about the new features and bug fixes, see Release Notes. To download Tizen Studio, visit https://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download View the full article
  21. We are pleased to announce the second milestone release of Tizen 5.0. The Tizen 5.0 Public M2 release provides developers with the Tizen kernel, device drivers, middleware subsystems, and Native/Web/TizenFX APIs. Key highlights of this release are as follows: Added Service Framework APIs which send and receive data for supporting specific engine(eg. bixby 2.0) Support for glTF (GL Transmission Format) has been added for 3D watchface The SW upgrade has been enhanced to apply more devices like headless device Low Memory Management for headless devices has been enhanced Apply CVE security patches throurgh several modules The opensource wayland has been upgraded to the 1.15.0 version rpc-port is added in the wearable profile TIDL has been improved in terms of performance and stability Add intelligent-network-monitoring APIs Debugging tools have been enhanced to obtain stability and reliability quickly during development Mini Coredump, Linux-based callstack symbol resolution tools, Thread-based self watchdog system Lightweight Web Solution WebView support for Bixby Capsule Viewer on TV has been added WebView support for DALi (NUI) has been added Tizen .NET Core version upgrade (Coreclr, Corefx) Add Neural Network Runtime (Experimental Release) Please refer to the release information for details. Tags: Tizen 5.0 View the full article
  22. We are delighted to announce the release of Tizen Studio version 3.0. This is a major release and includes many new features to further improve the performance of the Tizen Studio IDE and its tools. Key features: SmartThings • Tizen Studio 3.0 provides support for iot-headed-5.0 and iot-headless-5.0 profiles. • Two process model support has been added for iot-5.0 profiles. In the new two process model support provided, there will be two json files created compared to single json file created in previous iot profiles, 1. master.json - contains the information of the devices and configuration. 2. resource.json - contains the information of all the resources. These changes will help in creating single master application and multiple resource applications. TizenRT • TizenRT now supports docker build. With the use of docker build, there is no need to install the required libraries and toolchains since the provided Docker container already includes everything required for TizenRT development. Going forward the docker build will help in extending TizenRT support for Windows. Certificate Manager • The certificate password storage scheme is upgraded using Wincrypt and Secret tools, making the certificate profiles more secure compared to previous versions of Tizen Studio. Ubuntu 18.04 Support • Tizen Studio 3.0 now supports Ubuntu 18.04 version. This release also includes some key bug fixes IoT applications can now be installed without the Cloud service certificate and key Added a label warning user to terminate all Tizen Studio tasks before installing/uninstalling any package For more information about the new features and bug fixes, see Release Notes. To download Tizen Studio, visit https://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download View the full article
  23. We are delighted to announce the release of Tizen Studio version 2.5. This release includes significant enhancements to further improve the performance of the Tizen Studio IDE and its tools. Key features: Optimization of the Baseline SDK from 480 MB to 320 MB for faster download and installation. Integration of Certificate Manager tool in RT IDE for a seamless experience. App developers can now use the same Certificate Manager tool to create certificates in both Tizen Studio and RT IDE. Introduction of wait-for-device command in SDB to ease the app development and testing process using SDB. This release also includes some key bug fixes: Fixed CLI build failure for IoT Headless App. Supports Show in History view of eclipse team service. For more information about the new features and bug fixes, see Release Notes. To download Tizen Studio, visit https://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download. View the full article
  24. We are delighted to announce the release of Tizen Studio version 2.5. This release includes significant enhancements to further improve the performance of the Tizen Studio IDE and its tools. Key features: Optimization of the Baseline SDK from 480 MB to 320 MB for faster download and installation. Integration of Certificate Manager tool in RT IDE for a seamless experience. App developers can now use the same Certificate Manager tool to create certificates in both Tizen Studio and RT IDE. Introduction of wait-for-device command in SDB to ease the app development and testing process using SDB. This release also includes some key bug fixes: Fixed CLI build failure for IoT Headless App. Supports Show in History view of eclipse team service. For more information about the new features and bug fixes, see Release Notes. To download Tizen Studio, visit https://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download. View the full article
  25. We are pleased to announce the Tizen 4.0 the 3rd milestone release. This milestone provides developers with Tizen .NET, an application framework for Tizen based on .NET. Developers can use the C# programming language and the Common Language Infrastructure standards and benefit from a managed runtime for faster application development, and efficient, secure code execution. Highlights of this release are as follows: Apply CVE security patches Apply TIDL (Tizen interface definition Language) Voice engine model is changed to service app for supporting download (SES update) Add APIs for Media Controller for SES Please refer to the release details. View the full article
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