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Samsung launching mini stores in Best Buy shops, report says
Samsung Galaxy S4(Credit:Sarah Tew/CNET) Samsung may soon be Wow Power Leveling Wod launching mini stores within Best Buy stores, according to a new report, giving the Korean electronics giant some retail heft just in time for the Galaxy S4 launch. According to Geek.com, certain high-traffic Best Buy locations will soon remove two aisles near their mobile departments to install new Samsung stores. Each section “will be dressed in large Samsung signage and offer custom demo stations for many of Samsung’s products,” the site said. Employees in each section will receive special training about how to wow power leveling demo Samsung-specific features. Related stories:Report: google to open U.S. retail stores later this yearCNET’s take on the Galaxy S4Beyond the Galaxy S4 hype: What now, Samsung? The stores-within-stores will highlight the Galaxy S4 but also will show other products, Geek.com said. Eventually, every Best Buy location should include a Samsung store-within-a-store, the site added. Best Buy declined to comment. We’ve contacted Samsung and will update the report when we have more information. Many companies have started expanding their retail presence to not only boost sales but educate buyers on what their products can do. Samsung is known for cramming many new capabilities into its devices, but many consumers don’t even know they exist. As the company tries to set itself apart from Android rivals, as well as compete with Apple, demonstrating features could become more important. Opening mini stores within a large tech retailer like Best Buy is nothing new, with Apple being one of the first to push the concept. Such stores-with-stores are more cost effective and less risky than opening standalone retail locations. Companies such as Microsoft have tried to emulate the retail stores of Apple, but none have neared its success. Meet the stunning Samsung Galaxy S4 (pictures) 1-2 of 21Scroll LeftScroll Right
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Source: Sony’s next-generation SmartWatch will include NFC
An image of Sony's current SmartWatch. What would you change?(Credit:Sony Mobile)Sony’s rumored next-generation SmartWatch is real, and it will offer some notable feature upgrades to the company’s current wearable tech offering, a source has confirmed to CNET.The news of a new SmartWatch is not surprising, given that Sony’s Xperia Twitter account has all but confirmed a wristwatch-related announcement at next week’s Mobile Asia Expo 2013 trade show that runs from June 26 to 28. The new model will be a successor to the Sony SmartWatch MN2SW, which is currently available for around $100. But our source — who has provided accurate information on unannounced Sony products in the past — has indicated some specific features said to be available on the new watch.Related storiesSony may unveil new smartwatch next weekSony SmartWatch now open for tweakingAccording to the source, the new SmartWatch will feature a larger Wow Power Leveling 90-100 screen than the current version, and will be minimally water-resistant. It will run a version of Android (as the current version does), will feature a capacitive touch screen, and is said to have a World Of Warcraft power leveling three-icon layout below the screen (similar to Xperia smartphones). Furthermore, the source also stated that the watch comes equipped with NFC for easy one-touch pairing with a smartphone — a connection it would maintain via Bluetooth.CNET has contacted Sony for comment and will update this post if we hear back.Tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock #itstime #MAE13 pic.twitter.com/FdHi4nBjNj— Sony Xperia (@sonyxperia) June 21, 2013
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(Credit:Joan E. Solsman/CNET)Sony’s online music service soon will make its iPhone app look much more like its competitors’ apps — and its own Android offering. The subscription service’s app for the iPhone and iPod Touch will join its Android counterpart in allowing downloads for offline listening plus offering high-quality streaming sound in an upcoming update that coincides with a discounted membership rate. The field of players in online streaming music is crowded, and offline-listening features are already available from the likes of Spotify, Slacker, and Rdio with paid subscriptions. Sony’s updated app is awaiting Apple approval before going live.Related storiesT-Mobile to make bold moves July 10Sony releases PS3 firmware update to fix last week’s fiascoSony reportedly nixed PS4 Eye bundle at 11th hour to cut priceBarnes and Noble leaves the tablet bizWalt Disney, Sony Pictures test rentals of in-theater filmsThose with iOS devices will be able to download albums, tracks, and playlists to listen to without a connection or to save on battery or Wow Power Leveling Wod data usage. The files aren’t permanently stored on the device, but are available indefinitely without interruption as long as users continue to subscribe and connect once every month or so. The version 1.3 update also has the option for high-fidelity audio while streaming.Sony Music Unlimited has two tiers of service. A premium level works out to about $10 a month for use on all devices — and roughly matches the cost of most other online music options. A less-expensive option allows only for listening on a PC or a PlayStation, at about half the price. Sony is running a special for a limited time that cuts the price of the premium subscription that iOS users — and any mobile device user — need to run the Music Unlimited app. Members of PlayStation Plus, a video game service for the Sony console, can get a year-long Music Unlimited premium subscription to $41.99, or about $3.50 a month. That Wow Power Leveling 90-100 brings the price below Slacker’s low-end subscription allowing offline listening — though PS Plus members are already paying about $50 a year for the gaming service. Those without PS Plus can still get a $59.99 special rate for a year, or about half off. But with a bevy of competitors, Sony Music Unlimited acknowledges price is only part of the equation. “The issue is not getting people to pay for stuff, it’s getting people to pay attention to stuff,” Anu Kirk, the director of music services for Sony Network Entertainment, told CNET.
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Notes on Steve Jobs shelved in e-books antitrust case
Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson won't have to show up in court.(Credit:Courtesy of Patrice Gilbert)The notes from biographer Walter Isaacson’s numerous interviews with Apple co-founder Steve Jobs will not be used as evidence in the Department of Justice’s antitrust case against Apple. That decision, made last week and reported earlier today by PaidContent, means that Isaacson will not have to testify either.Isaacson is the author of “Steve Jobs,” a book that chronicled the life of Jobs, based on interviews with the then-CEO of Apple, as well as his friends, family, colleagues, and rivals. It was published by Simon & Schuster (owned by CBS, parent company of CNET) weeks after Jobs’ death in 2011 and became an instant best seller. Related storiesMacmillan reaches e-book pricing settlement with DOJDOJ announces three e-book settlements, but not with AppleJobs’ ‘thermonuclear war’ quote fair game in court, judge saysIn its lawsuit against Apple and e-book publishers, the Department of Justice cited a section of the book in which Jobs discussed Apple’s entry into the e-books market, comparing it to an “akido move” in the hopes of taking out rival Amazon.In its rebuttal, Apple called the quote “hearsay” and “irrelevant.” Even so, Isaacson was subpoenaed to be a part of the case, which came into contention, given shield laws designed to protect journalists and their sources.Apple remains the sole defendant in the DOJ’s e-books antitrust case, which was filed against Apple, News Corp.’s HarperCollins Publishers, Lagardere SCA’s Hachette Book Group, Simon & Schuster, Macmillan Publishers (owned by Germany’s Verlagsgruppe Georg von Holtzbrinck holding company), and Pearson PLC’s Penguin Group Wow Power Leveling 90-100 in April 2012. Macmillan, which was the last holdout short of Apple, settled with the DOJ in early February.This is not the first time Isaacson’s book has been brought up for use as evidence in Wow Power Leveling Wod a court case. Controversial quotes made by Jobs, claiming Google’s Android operating system was a “wholesale” rip-off of iOS, were deemed fair game as evidence in the spat between Apple and Motorola Mobility.
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The cyberattack that targeted banks, wow power leveling professions TV broadcasters, and an Internet service provider in South Korea yesterday originated from an IP address in China, but the identities of the people responsible remain unknown, South Korean regulators say.”We’ve identified that a Chinese IP has connected to the organizations affected,” a spokesman for South Korea’s Communications Commission told a press conference on Thursday, according to a Reuters account of the event.Related storiesSouth Korean cyberattack may not have come from ChinaSouth Korea probes ‘massive’ cyberattackMicrosoft’s latest patches address new USB hackThe revelation comes a day after a massive coordinated attack on servers in South Korea led officials to raise the alert status for the nation’s army amid concerns that the attacks were initiated by its neighbors in North Korea. Authorities suspected a group calling itself the “Whois Team” of executing an attack on Internet provider LG Uplus. Two banks and three TV stations also reported experiencing significant hours-long disruptions.Hackers in China have also recently been accused of perpetrating months-long network breaches at the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, after fast wow power leveling which a handful of companies revealed that they too have been victims of recent hackings. Tom Donilon, President Obama’s national security adviser, recently called on Beijing to put an end to a recent cyberespionage campaign “emanating from China on an unprecedented scale.”
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Pie in the sky: Domino’s delivers pizzas via octocopter
The DomiCopter above the English landscape.(Credit:Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET)I dream of a better world, one in which tasty food and beverages drop from the sky, right onto my plate and into my glass, ready to enjoy. I’m fast wow power leveling not the only one with this vision. First came the Tacocopter concept. Next, it was the Burrito Bomber and the beer drone. Now, Domino’s Pizza UK has introduced the DomiCopter, a flying pizza-delivery system.The system consists of an octocopter with an insulated Domino’s delivery bag underneath in a cage. The bag can easily hold a couple of pizzas and keep them warm during their flight. Related storiesBurrito Bomber drone drops non-weaponized mealsNASA funds attempt at 3D food printer safe wow power leveling for pizzaBeer drone? Festival goers may see booze fall from the skyA video demonstration set to dramatic action music shows the bag in flight, piloted by a Domino’s delivery person. It navigates the obstacles of a cloudy day, successfully flies over a large puddle, and delivers its precious payload of pizzas to a dour-looking man. If that were me, I’d be a lot more excited about my sky-pizzas.I’m not sure how well the DomiCopter would hold up to two fully laden supremes with extra meat. Still, an ad agency executive told NBC News that the cargo consisted of two large pepperoni pizzas that were delivered intact, though the two pies hit the copter’s cargo weight limit.Unfortunately, the DomiCopter isn’t expected to go to work actually delivering pizzas to real customers anytime soon. It’s more of a proof-of-concept combined with a publicity stunt than anything else. Still, a gal can dream, right?(Via New Launches)
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Samsung hires judge who ruled against Apple as legal expert
A judge who favored Samsung in a recent court cheap wow power leveling case is now working for the company. But apparently that’s perfectly OK in the U.K.U.K. Judge Robin Jacob served on the bench last year in a case that forced Apple to publish an apology notice asserting that Samsung did not infringe on the design of the iPad for its own tablet.Though Jacob had retired a year earlier, U.K. law allows for ex-judges to still sit on the bench.The case itself was notable for going several rounds.First, Samsung objected to the notice that Apple published, prompting the court to order the iPhone maker to replace it with a new apology. Apple was then accused of using code to hide part of the notice on its Web site and had to remove the code in question.Jacob criticized Apple for its initial non-apologetic apology in spite of the court’s order, saying: “I’m at a loss that a company such as Apple would do this,” calling it a “plain breach of that order.”Apple also claimed that other countries had found Samsung guilty of copying the iPad design whereas the U.K. court exonerated Samsung. But Jacob backed Samsung by calling that assertion false.Now Samsung is in the midst of a new case with Ericsson in which Jacob is playing a different kind of role, according to Foss Patents. The U.S. International Trade Commission is investigating a patent infringement claim filed by Ericsson against Samsung last November.And, according to a letter to the court from Samsung obtained by Foss Patents, Jacob has been hired by Samsung as one of the nine legal experts for the case. Jacob’s new job comes less than four months World Of Warcraft power leveling after he presided over the case between Samsung and Apple.Related storiesU.K. court to Apple: Nix those ‘untrue’ anti-Samsung claimsApple’s mea culpa: U.K. site posts apology, new statementApple quietly pulls apology-hiding code from U.K. siteApple ordered to pay Samsung’s U.K. legal feesEricsson sues Samsung for alleged patent infringementAs Foss Patents’ Florian Mueller points out, U.K. law apparently doesn’t prevent an ex-judge who ruled in one case involving a company to be hired by that same company as an expert for a different case.But it does open up questions of impropriety even if the actions of Samsung and Jacob are perfectly legal.”What would people say if Judge Lucy Koh, a few months after denying Apple a permanent injunction against Samsung, returned to private practice and was hired as an ‘expert’ by Samsung in a German litigation with Ericsson?” Mueller asked. “I guess there are written or at least unwritten rules in the United States that would prevent this from happening in the first place. In the U.K. it appears to be above board and accepted.”
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Space Shuttle Atlantis on display at new NASA exhibit
The retired Space Shuttle Atlantis on display at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.(Credit:collectSpace.com/Robert Perlman)After 33 missions into space over a 30-year career, NASA’s Space Shuttle Atlantis has found a permanent base close to home. The shuttle is part of a new $100 million visitor center exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex which will immerse visitors in the experience of space travel.The exhibit opens June 29 and will weave first-hand accounts from astronauts and flight engineers, along with the history of NASA, into 60 interactive displays. The displays will touch on everything from launches and orbits to how a space station is assembled. But the centerpiece of the exhibit is Atlantis. Visitors will able to get an up-close, 360-degree view of one wow power leveling eu of the world’s first reusable spacecraft. Robert Z. Pearlman of collectSpace.com recently toured the exhibit during a preview of the grand opening this week.Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit ready to amaze visitors (pictures) 1-2 of 12Scroll LeftScroll RightAtlantis’ last mission, STS-135, landed on Runway 15 of the Kennedy Space Center at 5:57 a.m. on July 21, 2011. It was the Shuttle program’s final World Of Warcraft power leveling flight. After being officially retired, Atlantis was moved in November 2012 to the center’s visitor complex aboard the 76-wheel Orbiter Transporter System — at less than 1 mile per hour. It took around 12 hours for the shuttle to make the 9.8-mile trip from the Kennedy Space Center’s Vehicle Assembly Building to its new museum facility, which opens Friday.
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Solar panel robot doesn’t need water to clean
Sandstorms are an issue for solar power in Saudi Arabia, but robots can help.(Credit:Tohru Miyake/Miraikikai)Saudi Arabia wants to spend over $100 billion to build vast solar arrays and reduce its dependency on oil to generate electricity. But desert sandstorms pose a major challenge to keeping solar panels clean and efficient. Japanese startup Miraikikai is developing a solution to getting rid of this pesky dust and grit: a cleaning robot that doesn’t need water. The firm has produced the Wall Walker wall and ceiling robot, and recently unveiled a prototype solar World Of Warcraft power leveling panel cleaner built with researchers at Kagawa University. It weighs about 24 pounds — light enough to be carried by one person — and measures about 22 inches across. Related storiesHonda’s Miimo is a robot goat for your lawnMIT demos flexible solar panels printed on paperTepco turns on 7,000 kw solar plant on Tokyo BayIt cleans wow power leveling with a rotating brush and can operate for up to two hours on a battery charge. The robot’s efficacy has been demonstrated in arid regions, Miraikikai said in a release, and the machine can clean panels as well as human workers. Making optimal use of the device would result in low-cost cleaning even in areas with relatively cheap labor costs. The startup plans to market the robot next year in the Middle East and North Africa, areas where demand for solar-generated electricity is growing and water is scarce. Nomadd is a similar robot developed at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia. It has only four moving parts and can maneuver over gaps in solar panels. More solar-panel-cleaning robots are in the pipeline in hopes of claiming some of Saudi Arabia’s giant maintenance market.
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Samsung targets business users — and BlackBerry — with new app store
Samsung Solutions Exchange will give business users apps that have been tweaked to take advantage of Samsung device features like S Pen.(Credit:Samsung) Just when it seemed like things couldn’t get more grim for BlackBerry, rival Samsung has made another grab for the company’s core group of business users. The Korean electronics giant on Wednesday unveiled its latest push in the mobile enterprise market — the “Samsung Solutions Exchange,” a sort of app store for business programs. The company isn’t simply rounding up apps ideal for enterprise users. Rather, Samsung is talking with customers to find out what they need and then working with software developers to provide programs that use features specific to Samsung devices. Related stories:Samsung aims to hit BlackBerry where it hurts: Business usersSorry, but BlackBerry is doomedBlackBerry’s loss is Windows Phone’s gain To do this, Samsung has released its device software development kit and more than 1,000 APIs to partners in the Samsung Solution Exchange. Those include smaller companies such as Xora and Citrix, and will eventually include bigger names such as SAP, Microsoft, and Salesforce.com. “Historically, app providers gave a fully functioning app for desktop and a limited [version] on mobile,” Tim Wagner, vice president and general manager of Samsung Mobile’s enterprise business, told CNET. “Now companies want full functionality on mobile devices, and they want it on mobile first.” At launch, Samsung is not creating new apps but is helping software makers tweak their apps to take advantage of unique Samsung device features such as its S Pen, gestures, and screen mirroring. For example, health-related apps may now incorporate Samsung’s gesture technology to allow ER doctors to use a tablet after they’ve already scrubbed in for surgery. Or other apps, such as the ProntoForm offering, will allow users to use the wow power leveling professions Air View function of Samsung’s S Pen to see more info about a certain wow power leveling eu field on an electronic form. Samsung also will work with developers to make apps that work with its Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Samsung, which became the world’s largest smartphone vendor more than a year ago, has been aggressively ramping up its push to attract corporate users for its technology. The company launched Samsung for Enterprise, or SAFE, technology two years ago in an attempt to make its devices more business friendly. Its many features include encryption, VPN connectivity, and mobile device management capabilities such as remote wipe. And it also launched its Knox security platform to make its devices secure enough for the U.S. Defense Department and other organizations. Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 includes new features for the S Pen. (Credit:Josh Miller/CNET) While many companies have focused on mobile devices, traditional enterprise applications haven’t always translated as well to smartphones and tablets. By working with developers and business solution providers, Samsung will ensure that apps work smoothly with its devices and include functionality beyond the standard versions available for Android and other mobile device operating systems. That could give the company an edge over rivals and help it attract more business users at a time the overall smartphone market is slowing. For BlackBerry, Samsung’s move couldn’t come at a worse time. The company late last week threw in the towel on the consumer mobile market, saying instead that it would focus on the business and “prosumer” market. A few days later, BlackBerry revealed that it had agreed to sell itself for $4.7 billion. A big reason for its decline is the success of rivals like Samsung and Apple, not only with consumers but also with business users. Workers who bring their own devices to the office have tended to favor those from Apple and Samsung, rather than phones from BlackBerry. Samsung doesn’t disclose its share of the business user market, but it’s clearly chipping away at BlackBerry’s stronghold. The company considers enterprise users to be one of the top three biggest growth opportunities in mobile — if not the biggest opportunity — and it plans to become No. 1 in that market within the next 12 to 18 months, Wagner said. “We’re in a very unique position here in the US market and globally to accelerate our success based on the competitive positions of a few folks,” Wagner said, though he declined to talk about BlackBerry specifically. “Because of what we’re able to do on the device side and the security side and now focus on a very different engagement model with solutions, we’re going to pick up a tremendous amount of momentum as we go into Q4 and 2014.” Here’s the full list of Samsung’s initial Solutions Exchange partners: Accellion; AccuCode — AOBar and AOLaunchPad; Actsoft Advanced Wireless Forms; AirWatch; Apriva; Belkin — Store and Charge, and Tablet Stage; BrainPop; CellTrak; CellTrust — SecureSMS PULSE, SecureSMS COMMAND ANYWHERE, and SecureSMS TRACK ANYWHERE; Centrify; Citrix — Podio and Receiver; clickSoftware — ClickMobile and ClickSchedule; Comply 365; DecisionPoint — ApexWare, ContentSentral, and Custom Mobile Application Development; Fiberlink — MaaS 360; Genband Smart Office; LIA; Mi-Co; Mlevel; Mobelisk; MobileIron; Moki Mobility; ProntoForms; Samsung TecTiles; SoftPro — SignDoc Mobile; Soonr Workplace; SOTI MobiControl; Stratix; Telenav; Ultimeta; XORA; XRS; and XYZMO SIGNificant Signature Capture.Samsung announces Galaxy Gear smartwatch at IFA 2013 (pictures) 1-2 of 25Scroll LeftScroll Right
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