Samsung has been rumored to be improving its TouchWiz Android skin, but it might actually decide to remove all of its own programs in favor of those from Microsoft.
New reports suggest Samsung could strip off the unwanted software from its upcoming flagship smartphone. As great as this sounds it's too early to call for the death of TouchWiz.
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For the first time, Samsung will be launching a wearable while a device from key rival Apple is available. But don't count Samsung out yet.
Now owned and made by a private firm, Vaio computers are hoping for some success in the US, says The Wall Street Journal. But the company faces challenges.
Phone makers and carriers, take notice: You'll have to let smartphone owners delete all that software you stuff into handsets that no one actually wants.
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