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How Samsung might actually get featuritis under control

Can you have too many capabilities in your TV or washing machine or smartphone? Samsung's guilty of cramming, but it's also seriously trying to simplify -- consider its new interface for smart TVs or its notification system on the Galaxy S4.

By Mar. 15, 2013

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Samsung $150 smart box packs in streaming apps, cable

The player includes more than 100 apps such as Amazon Instant Video and Netflix, as well as Samsung's recommendation tool.

By Oct. 17, 2013

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Samsung takes wraps off 'Club des Chefs,' Samsung House

The consumer electronics giant is partnering with Michelin-starred chefs on creating new kitchen appliances.

By Jun. 12, 2013

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Samsung TV Discovery service launches this quarter

The tool, which will appear on new Samsung smart TVs in Q1 and next quarter on mobile devices, allows users to find and play content from various providers like Netflix and Blockbuster.

By Feb. 20, 2013

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This is why there aren't more Samsung Galaxy Gear apps

The Korean electronics giant still operates under an invite-only strategy for apps to run on its smartwatch, and it's unclear when that will change.

By Oct. 29, 2013

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Samsung wants Android apps that stand apart, starting now

New software tools and a developer confab highlight Samsung's push to offer something different from all the other Android device makers. Think multiscreen.

By Oct. 28, 2013

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Why Samsung needs to woo developers

The Korean company builds Android phones, but it still needs developers to make apps specific to its devices. CNET explains why.

By Oct. 28, 2013

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For Samsung and Galaxy Gear, less may be more

If there's one lesson to be gleaned from the myriad of wearables at the Consumer Electronics Show, it's the advantage of a streamlined, focused product.

By Jan. 14, 2014

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Stylus lets you 'touch' normal screens, except when it won't

Is the pen as mighty as the touch? The Touch8 Smart Pen being shown here at CES 2013 is a stylus that works on non-touch screens, but it's not a pen without problems.

By Jan. 8, 2013