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  • Internet of Things Is Now “In Sync With Real Life” #IoT #Tizen

    Last week, Dr. Hong, the President of Samsung SDS and the Head of its solution business, delivered a keynote at CES 2016 that focused on the Internet of Things (IoT) and how this can impact on our lives today and in the future.

    Samsung has an ever expanding range of devices and appliances that can Interact with the SmartThings ecosystem, like the new range of 2016 Samsung TVs which can actually act as the IoT Hub of your house. We have a Family Hub refrigerator, that has a large 21.5-inch LED display built in, which you can use it to order your groceries, check your family calendar, play media (pictures, audio, video) and more.

  • Samsung confirms 2015 Smart TVs to get Tizen OTA update, No evolution kit update needed

    The Evolution kit series from Samsung had long been a life saver for its older HDTVs and helped them stay relevant for a few more years. For those unaware, Samsung’s Evolution kit is a standalone device that had the processing power and other smart features of the more recent TVs and would connect to the older TVs to bring them to current gen standards giving them capabilities to play 4K content, connect to WiFi, MHL connectivity, etc.

  • First Samsung Z1 Tizen 2.4, Firmware Available to Download – Z130HDDU0COL6

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