News tagged: 'Smart TV'
Samsung has just announced a ‘Remote Access’ feature for its upcoming Smart TV lineups. The feature will provide users wireless, on-screen control over connected peripheral devices, including PCs, tablets, and smartphones. Users can remotely control compatible programs and apps on their connected devices through their Samsung Smart TV. Remote Access for Smart TVs Earlier this year, Samsung […]read more »
Samsung is a major player in the Android ecosystem and uses the Android OS to power its smartphones and tablets. For its Smart TVs and other appliances, however, the company relies on its homegrown Tizen OS. Using Tizen OS offers Samsung the flexibility to integrate its hardware and software better, but it comes at the cost […]read more »
CES 2018 has been full of television related news from Samsung. We were introduced to ‘The Wall’, Samsung’s first modular microLED TV which has a commanding real estate of 146 inches. We were also introduced to the 85-inch QLED Q9S, which boasts unique artificial intelligence technology that upscales any content into 8K. Samsung has now […]read more »
Samsung has announced some new features that are coming to its 2018 Smart TV line-up. The underlying theme of Samsung’s efforts in 2018 is about bringing different Samsung devices together and building a connected ecosystem. The same strategy is at play for the 2018 Smart TVs as well with SmartThings and Bixby platforms being used to power […]read more »
Good news sports fanatics and TV show binge-watchers alike! Those of you that possess a 2017 Samsung Smart TV will now to have access to both the ESPN and Freeform app. The fact that you must have a cable subscription to access these programs has not changed, but you are now able to stream directly […]read more »
Amazon will upload a flurry of High Dynamic Range 10+ (HDR10+) content to its on-demand Prime Video service in the United States on Wednesday, December 13, which will be available exclusively on Samsung’s high-end QLED and UHD Smart TVs. Related: Samsung is bringing HDR10+ to its 2016 range of Smart TVs Around one-hundred movies and TV […]read more »
Samsung has teamed up with Colorlite to release a new application for its QLED Smart TVs that aims to help those with Color Vision Deficiency – commonly referred to as ‘color blindness’ – see a more true-to-life range of colors. To get started, someone with – or who is looking for a diagnosis for – Color […]read more »