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Samsung wearables entering fitness and fashion markets

Samsung wearables entering fitness and fashion markets

At the 2013 Samsung Analyst meeting it was revealed that the company will not be satisfied with its current devices in the wearables market - namely the Samsung Galaxy Gear. Instead they'll be expanding through Samsung Display first, making efforts to push in to the fitness world and the fashion market through the year 2018. While the company has already started moving toward fitness with a built-in pedometer in the Galaxy Gear and fitness apps appearing out of the box with the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and Galaxy Note III, it would appear that the Samsung Sport will be next up for grabs.

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Apple iWatch on docket as LG flexible OLED display deal made

Apple iWatch on docket as LG flexible OLED display deal made

LG will supply flexible OLED displays for Apple's much anticipated "iWatch" project, the results of which will be unleashed to consumers sometime next year, various industry insiders are signaling. But the Korean company will only be a secondary provider for the displays, if Seoul-based HMC Investment Securities analyst Kim Young-woo's estimation is of any import. Taiwan-based RiTDisplay will be the primary source, he told The Korea Herald.

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Samsung Galaxy Round curved smartphone just a prototype

Samsung Galaxy Round curved smartphone just a prototype

It would seem that the folks at Samsung making with the push for the first curved smartphone on the market - the first flexible display, if you please - aren't aiming to push the Galaxy Round to the mass market. Instead, it's been tipped, there will be a limited release of the device in South Korea, and the smartphone may not reach beyond the country's borders at all. And this is not the first time Samsung has produced a prototype with small, if any, release internationally.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Round is gimmicky not geekery

Samsung’s Galaxy Round is gimmicky not geekery

I love odd gadgets and weird technology. I like manufacturers that think at right-angles when it comes to designs and functionality. Yet Samsung's newly announced Galaxy Round, the Android smartphone with a curved AMOLED display like a techie taco, for all its new screen technology, leaves me cold. "Samsung's Galaxy Round is the epitome of in-fighting with LG" I tweeted last night. ""We got there first" and never mind if "there" is pointless." That prompted a discussion on how I could be enthusiastic about Samsung's Galaxy Gear, also derided by many in recent weeks, but not about the South Korean company's other more unusual designs. For me, it comes down to innovation versus excess.

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Samsung Galaxy Round packing curved screen tipped to launch this week

Samsung Galaxy Round packing curved screen tipped to launch this week

If you believe the rumors, several major smartphone manufacturers are currently racing to bring curved screen smartphones to market. Several rumors have suggested that LG is set to launch a curved screen smartphone called the G Flex next month. A new series of rumors has surfaced claiming that Samsung is set to launch its own curved-screen smartphone called the Samsung Galaxy Round this week. UPDATE: Have a peek at the real Samsung Galaxy Round now!

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Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch leaks with health focus

Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch leaks with health focus

Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch has apparently leaked, just days ahead of the wearable's expected debut at Samsung's pre-IFA September 4 event. The bulky touchscreen smartwatch was unofficially shown off in prototype form to VentureBeat, along with details from an internal marketing video which describe the onboard WiFi and Bluetooth, roughly 3-inch OLED display, and a 4-megapixel camera integrated into the strap. Samsung apparently expects wearers to use that camera as a food-logging tool, taking snapshots of meals and then tagging them with type so as to build up a diet diary for heath purposes.

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