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    • By STF News
      Start Date Aug 05, 2020
      Location Online
      The desire to make meaningful connections and to stay productive are constants in a world of change. Our mobile devices need to be ready to help us stay in touch with what matters most and give us new ways to work and play.
      Join us for a virtual Galaxy Unpacked event on August 5 to explore our latest Galaxy Devices ecosystem designed to empower your life. Live streaming of the event will be available at Samsung U.S. Newsroom and Samsung.com at 10 a.m. ET.
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    • By STF News
      Lots of small quality of life improvements
      One benefit of using Samsung Internet is regular updates to improve your browsing experience. Samsung Internet 12.1 focuses on improving the experience on specific devices and improving the tab bar and tab switcher.
      You can test these out right now by downloading the beta from the play store:
      Samsung Internet Browser Beta
      There is a new layout on tablet devices to move the toolbar, usually at the bottom on mobile to sit next to the address bar so it behaves like a desktop browser.
      We’ve also added a new feature for devices which can ‘flex’ like the Z Flip, shown below.
      When you are watching video, if you flex the device we will play the video on the top half and the controls on the bottom half giving a lovely viewing experience.

      The tab bar is a feature which has been present for a few versions. It’s an optional tab bar like you would get in a desktop browser.

      The tab bar in Samsung Internet
      The first new feature is a context menu to let you control your tabs easily without needing to open up the tab switcher:

      The context menu.
      The final feature is one I am very excited about which is support for Augmented Reality websites with the WebXR device API. This feature will get an entire blog post on it’s own so stay tuned.
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      Did you miss out on the latest Samsung Developer newsletter? Catch up now.
      If you don't currently receive the newsletter, you can subscribe here.
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    • By STF News
      Start Date Jun 25, 2020
      Location Online
      Les damos bienvenida a nuestra segundo evento en Español.
      Si alguna vez te has preguntado como crear tu primera aplicación para el Samsung Galaxy Watch, si te preguntas qué es Tizen, o cómo publicar tus aplicaciones en el Samsung Galaxy Store, esta es la charla para ti.
      Esta vez nuestro Desarrollador Evangelista Senior, Diego Lizarazo Rivera, se encargará de dar una introducción al desarrollo de aplicaciones para los relojes inteligentes de Samsung, y las diferentes ventajas de desarrollar con Tizen.
      Será una charla en vivo, completamente en castellano, en la que podrás hablar directamente con nuestros expertos y plantearles todas tus dudas sobre cómo desarrollar tus aplicaciones para el mercado global de Samsung. Aprovecha esta oportunidad para hablar con los expertos y otros desarrolladores sobre tus creaciones y para aprender más sobre la tecnología Samsung.
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    • By STF News
      Do you build mobile games with the Unity development platform? The Samsung IAP Unity Plugin now supports Samsung version 6.1.
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    • By Alex
      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 that you're not sucking as much bandwidth as you might otherwise. (And Samsung says it's working directly with Amazon on this to scale up standard-definition content in Prime Video to 4K.)
      But what you'll absolutely notice is the near lack of a bezel. Samsung says there's a nearly 99 percent screen-to-body ratio, which essentially makes the bezel disappear. And the TV itself is 15mm thick and has a completely flat back, so it'll fit flush against a wall.
      And somehow Samsung has managed to cram killer audio into the Q950 as well. It's got speakers on each side of the display, and woofers in the back for virtual 5.1 audio. Will that be better than external speakers? Perhaps not. But it's still an incredible feat in a device that's less than 2 centimeters thick.
      And 2020's 8K TVs are making use of MicroLED panels across the board, from the 75-inch size all the way up to a monstrous 150 inches. That's allowing for the thinness and minuscule bezels. And it just looks good.
      Source: https://www.cordcutters.com/samsungs-newest-tvs-are-spectacular-and-almost-absolutely-are-not-you-yetv


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