Join us as we bring you live updates from the keynote of Samsung's president, Dr. Stephen Woo. Will we see something new by the South Korean giant? Stay with us and find out!
The event will begin at 9AM PST | 11AM CST | 12PM EST | 5PM GMT.
|12:28||And it looks like we're about to wrap up with this. Dr. Woo is back on stage for closing remarks.|
|12:28||And he's done!!! The loudest round of applause yet!! Standing ovation for this.|
|12:27||And now he's circling back about how tech in this day and age can make change in the world. From energy consumption to healthcare.|
|12:22||He's moving away from tech a little bit to talk about recent gun related tragedies; such as what happened in Colorado & Connecticut.|
|12:16||"I miss driving. Because when you're president, you never drive again."|
|12:15||No doubt, the Pres is passionate about his foundation & the well being of others. How tech can really benefit everyone.|
|12:13||South Korea offers better data speed than what's given here in the US. IN fact, the US ranks 14th overall, though,we're a big country.|
|12:12||The Pres is going into detail about the need to keep up the tech infrastructure in the US.|
|12:10||"I sent the first email out into space" to John Glenn actually.|
|12:09||"I did what I can do to keep the Internet free"|
|12:08||"When I was president, the average cell phone weighed 5 pounds. There was a total of 5 web sites back then." Funny guy!|
|12:07||Bill Clinton is in the house!!!!|
|12:06||Lots of humanitarian work surrounding hope for children.|
|12:05||Now it's a quick video showing former pres bill Clinton and mentions how hope for children operates.|
|12:04||Dr. Woo is going into Samsung's "Hope for Children" initiative. How tech is needed in various fields like education & health.|
|12:00||And now it's a quick video on the various Microsoft relatd products relying on the components. Nothing too fancy this time here.|
|11:59||It doesn't look like a phone though.|
|11:59||They're showing a prototype flexible OLED that's running windows phone.|
|11:58||So far, he's talking about how Sammy's components are used on a variety of windows 8 related products. Laptops, tablets, & smartphones.|
|11:56||Microsoft's Eric rudder is on stage to talk about how all this new stuff relates to them.|
|11:55||Wow!! It's absolutely cool to see the possibilities about flexible OLEDs, but so far no actual device.|
|11:55||Absolutely looks nice in this video. Another one shows off how the screen unfurls. Neato!!!|
|11:54||They have this device that has a display on the outside, but folds open to an even larger screen. Looks pretty solid.|
|11:54||Quick video showing off the possibilities of the bendable displays.|
|11:53||They just showed off a few Youm prototype that flex and rely on plastic to bend. Lots of wows from the crowds. Interesting stuff!!|
|11:51||Ohhhhh flexible OLEDS as well called Youm flexible|
|11:50||They're calling this new display the "Green LCD."|
|11:50||They're developing a new ten inch display that consumers 25% less juice. No specifics on it though.|
|11:49||Of course, they're praising the best display on the market....the one of the Nexus 10 obviously.|
|11:48||Vp of Sammy display division Brian berkley is on stage to talk about displays|
|11:47||Processors, done. Memory, done. And now we are talking about DISPLAYS!!!|
|11:43||Senior VP of HP Trevor Schick is on stage now to give his presentation.|
|11:42||6x faster, 26% less power consumption.|
|11:42||Now we're getting into talk about data center. Dr. Woo is going into solid state drives that are more Eco-friendly.|
|11:39||Is showing off the new chip can handle shooting photos. Zero shutter lag and quick editing....no pause at all. Funny video!!!|
|11:38||Lol. cats are featured in this video. Plenty of laughs with this one.|
|11:36||Now it's time to show off the practical stuff that consumers will see the benefits of the new exynos 5 Octa on actual consume devices.|
5. protozeloz (Posts: 5387; Member since: 16 Sep 2010)
Our best hopes will be for the 7" note.... I hope I can see trust happening, and at a good price 250+ too!
9. menny07 (Posts: 89; Member since: 13 Dec 2012)
Its way too early for s4 news, so sorry buddy :'( apparently no galaxy note 7 so far :(((
3. menny07 (Posts: 89; Member since: 13 Dec 2012)
GALAXY NOTE 7: iPad mini competitor. Mark my words!
7. protozeloz (Posts: 5387; Member since: 16 Sep 2010)
Actually Samsung introduced the 7" tablet concept, but yeah that works hopefully 100 cheaper than the iPad
14. bparkerson (unregistered)
iPad mini dominator!!!
16. menny07 (Posts: 89; Member since: 13 Dec 2012)
I'm really disapointed.... only thing we know now is the galaxy s4 processor, obviously the exynos 5.
10. Srinivas (Posts: 17; Member since: 12 Feb 2011)
Really when it comes to displays , Samsung is pushing the frontiers of innovation . People say that they earn a lot of revenue from plasticy phones but a lot of that profit goes into R& D .
17. an4564 (Posts: 39; Member since: 17 Jul 2012)
i disagree that they are the frontiers if innovation. oleds have been around for a while. flexible oleds were shown by other companies like sony years ago. they are also not the first company to release an oled screen to the public, as sony also released one years ago. i see no innovation from sammy as of right now. and please no one say that the exynos 5 Octa is innovation because it isn't. its an evolution.
i see nothing to drool about when i see their phones. cheap feeling build quality. over saturated screen. boring looking UI.
the one thing i do think they are good about is their marketing
11. drnggaj33 (Posts: 127; Member since: 29 Feb 2012)
APPLE CAN KISS SAMSUNG AZZ THATS ALL SAMSUNG THE BEST
15. bparkerson (unregistered)
If so, someone please post link. Thanks!
13. Piotrek007 (Posts: 94; Member since: 07 Dec 2010)
Loads of Sh*t as for now... I must say...