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    • By Alex
      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
    • By STF News
      We are pleased to announce the second milestone release of Tizen 5.5.
      The Tizen 5.5 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:
      Support Intelligent information technologies (NNStreamer/NN Runtime/On-Device Vision(based on DNN)) Support Multi-Display/Multi-Window Support Motion APIs based on vector(Lottie) Support Native UI C# APIs Reducing Runtime memory by optimizing D-Bus Policies Support .NET Core 3.0 Support Seamless Layout Transition Effect Support Sticker Framework Support Multi-Device Distributed Web Engine Support User Awareness Framework  
      Please refer to the release information for details.
      Tags:  Tizen 5.5 View the full article
    • By STF News
      We are pleased to announce the second milestone release of Tizen 5.5.
      The Tizen 5.5 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:
      Support Intelligent information technologies (NNStreamer/NN Runtime/On-Device Vision(based on DNN)) Support Multi-Display/Multi-Window Support Motion APIs based on vector(Lottie) Support Native UI C# APIs Reducing Runtime memory by optimizing D-Bus Policies Support .NET Core 3.0 Support Seamless Layout Transition Effect Support Sticker Framework Support Multi-Device Distributed Web Engine Support User Awareness Framework  
      Please refer to the release information for details.
       
      Tags:  Tizen 5.5 View the full article
    • By STF News
      We are pleased to announce the release of Tizen Studio version 3.5. This release includes new features to further improve the performance of the Tizen Studio IDE and its tools. 
       
      Key features:
      Java 12 Oracle/Open JDK support has been added to make the IDE and tools work with Java 12. Tizen 5.5 Platform support has been added. Template Creation Project Wizard has been refined to add Flat View which provides a different view for the purpose of project creation. Support for Add-on and Component based type applications has been provided for tizen 5.5 applications. Support for adding dependent package information provided in config and manifest editor from Tizen 5.5. Support for "api-version" attribute in application manifest from Tizen 5.5. Support for "visibility" attribute in app-control element from Tizen 5.5. iot-headed & iot-headless extensions have been updated to support Tizen 5.5.  
      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
    • By STF News
      Samsung Developer Conference is only days away! If you can’t make it to San Jose, you can follow along with our two livestreams for Keynote and Spotlight Session. Tune in for exciting new information and insights on the latest tech and tools from industry leaders.
      Just head to the Samsung Developer Conference homepage once the event begins to watch. In the meantime, add a livestream calendar reminder to ensure you don’t miss a thing.

      Opening Keynote Livestream: October 29 at 10 am PST
      Get ready for big names, exciting announcements, and cutting-edge reveals. Hear Samsung’s vision for the future straight from top leaders like DJ Koh, Eui-Suk Chung, Larry Heck, Adam Cheyer, Jayeon Jung, and more. They’ll discuss updates on everything from Bixby to SmartThings to Galaxy and Smart TV. Tune in to be the first to hear these announcements and insights.

      Spotlight Session Livestream: October 30 at 10 am PST
      Learn from Ethereum Co-Founder Vitalik Buterin as he shares how he created one of the most successful blockchain technologies and what he’s currently working on. Taher Behbehani will discuss B2B and how today’s talented developers and most innovative enterprises can collaborate to drive impact and change. Get the scoop from these industry leaders as they discuss their vision for the future and tech’s hottest topics.
      Plus, check out the Samsung Developer Program blog for daily highlights or follow the hashtag #SDC19 on Twitter for hour-by-hour updates. Make sure you shoot us a tweet while you’re following along — we’d love to hear your thoughts!
      View the full blog at its source


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