After repeated delays and rumors of the project’s death, today Samsung finally introduced the first smartphone running Tizen. So, is the Samsung Z a threat to Android or is it too little, too late?
Rumors claim Samsung is in negotiations with two companies, in the USA and Korea, to develop virtual machine that would allow Tizen to run Android apps.
How do Android Wear and the new Silver program fit into Samsung’s grand plan for world domination of the consumer electronics market? It looked like a Google vs Samsung battle had been averted a while back, but there could be more trouble on the horizon.
Wearable devices are set to take center stage in the mobile market this year, and Samsung has a trio of smartwatches on offer: the Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit. In this review, we take a look at the Samsung Gear 2.
One of Samsung’s head strategists confirmed that the company would launch an Android Wear smartwatch this year, though Tizen remains a focus both in wearables and in smartphones.
In this week’s Google Play Weekly we talk about porting Android apps to Tizen, a new Chromecast app, the Google Now Launcher, and more Android apps!
New reports based on insider information suggest Samsung will show off more than one new version of the Gear next week at MWC, and at least one of them could run Tizen, not Android.
ZTE is reportedly ready to show off a phone running the Samsung- and Intel-backed Tizen OS at Mobile World Congress next month. Read on for more!
Would it really benefit Samsung to break away from the Android platform? Is Tizen just a plan B? Are Samsung and Google headed for a battle? These questions and more are explored inside.
With 36 new partners joining the Tizen Association, the Samsung-backed OS has been picking up steam, and is expected to make waves in 2014. What does it mean for Android, and what does it say about Samsung’s intentions? Read on for more!