Samsung Pondering Bringing Bada to U.S.
Samsung is weighing whether or not it should attempt to bring phones based on its home-grown Bada platform to the U.S. "I think that [launching Bada in the United States] is something that's always going to be under consideration," said Samsung's senior strategy manager Chris Martinez. Martinez indicated that it would need support form both U.S. network operators and developers to make Bada successful in the U.S. Bada has been a successful platform in its home market of Korea. Samsung already sells smartphones in the U.S. that run Google's Android platform and Microsoft's Windows Phone platform.
Review: Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile
Window 10 for smartphones builds on the foundation created by Microsoft for its desktops, laptops, and tablets. Windows 10 is a unifying platform that boasts universal apps and common, key functions that make for a seamless experience across form factors.
Huawei: No Tizen and No More Windows Phone for Us
Huawei recently said it has no plans to release a Tizen-based smartphone, and also said it will no longer make smartphones using Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system. "Some telecom carriers are pushing us to design Tizen phones but I say 'no' to them.
Samsung Intros New Health, Home, Wearables Push
Samsung today announced new initiatives targeting the healthcare, home, and wearables markets. On the health front, Samsung revealed the Samsung Digital Health Platform and associated SDK.
Samsung's Tizen Phone Suffers Another Setback
Samsung this week delayed plans to launch its Tizen-based smartphone in Russia. The Samsung Z, which the company announced in June, was expected to make an appearance at a Tizen developer conference held in Moscow this week.