We’ve heard it rumored for years, bendy displays have been almost everywhere for some time now but we still haven’t really seen a big mobile player implement a foldable display in a smartphone. Now Samsung is set to unveil a device — we’re not quite sure what — at their annual developer conference. If you’re even a tiny bit interested in what could be a pivotal moment for mobile tech, then you can watch the Samsung Developer Conference livestream at the embed below. expand full story
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Samsung has announced that it will show off five experimental projects from its C-Labs group during the Samsung Developer Conference at Moscone West Center from April 27th to 28th in San Francisco. Among them is LiCon, an app that can recognize various IoT devices using a camera and download remote controls for them, plus a few other weird and wonderful gadgets.
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Samsung announced today that its official Developers Conference is returning again this year and will kick off November 11 at Moscone West in San Francisco. Last year, Samsung held its first developer conference in San Francisco in October and showed off a number of new features for developers across its product lineups. That includes its Mobile SDK for Android, Smart TV SDK 5.0 Multiscreen Gaming SDK, Multiscreen SDK, and its KNOX Enterprise SDK beta that’s arriving this year natively in Android. This year Samsung makes a venue change to the Moscone West Center used by both Apple and Google for their developer conferences that took place earlier this year. expand full story
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Registration for Samsung’s first Developer Conference opens Aug. 16
Last month Samsung announced that it would be hosting its first ever Samsung Developers Conference this year in San Francisco, following in the footsteps of Apple and Google who host similar events in the city each year. Today the company is contacting those who signed up to find out more to announce that registration for the event will officially open next week on Friday, August 16 at 6 AM PT/ 9 AM ET.
We haven’t heard any specifics on whether or not the event might include a keynote like address similar to what Apple and Google have done in the past, but Samsung is planning on showing off the latest for developers across all of its product lines during the two day event scheduled for October 27-29. You’ll be able to register through the SamsungDevCon website next Friday.