Samsung NEXT, the group helping to transform Samsung by working with entrepreneurs & innovators, today announced the Samsung NEXT Q Fund to “help enable the full potential of AI’s future.”
For the full year, the worldwide smartphone market saw a total of 1.472 billion units shipped, declining less than 1% from the 1.473 billion units shipped in 2016.
Google was once again missing from this chart, despite the fanfare around the launch of the Pixel 2, claimed the report by Flurry.
Samsung Internet v6.2 was now released as a stable edition, coming out of beta testing.
Walking in Google’s & Microsoft’s footsteps, Samsung has now announced a bug bounty program of its own.
Reports: The Verge, NDTV, Ubergizmo
For every Samsung device, 2 of Apple’s were activated in the season.
It was earlier available to only those having a Samsung device but from today, the Samsung Milk Music service is available to anyone using a browser. There are some basic differences between the Milk Music mobile app & the Web app, though.
Reports: Engadget, Android News, Los Angeles Times
Those interested in new smartphones, the weekend saw the launch of 2 Android devices – the Samsung Galaxy S6 & HTC One M9 at the Mobile World Congress. We bring you reports from the Online world on the launch including comparative reports of the 2 phones.
Reports: PC Advisor, TechCrunch, CNet, GSMArena, Forbes, BGR India