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Samsung to add new Smart TVs to its Internet of Things platform, SmartThings - CNET;

Samsung to add new Smart TVs to its Internet of Things platform, SmartThings - CNET

CNETSamsung to add new Smart TVs to its Internet of Things platform, SmartThingsCNETSamsung's upcoming lineup of Smart TVs, as well as its 2016 series of high-end, 4K-resolution LCD TVs (known as SUHD TVs) will be compatible with the company's Internet of Things platform called SmartThings, the South Korean electronics giant said ...and more »

Samsung Smart TV Confirmed to Beat Roku and Apple TV - Clapway;

Samsung Smart TV Confirmed to Beat Roku and Apple TV - Clapway

ClapwaySamsung Smart TV Confirmed to Beat Roku and Apple TVClapwayThe Samsung Smart TV has won the Consumer Electronics Show 2016's Best of Innovation Award, effectively beating out Roku and Apple TV. The product, which won the award as part of the Accessible Tech category, will be unveiled during the Consumer ...and more »

Samsung's 2016 line of Tizen-based TVs to feature enhanced security - TechSpot;

Samsung's 2016 line of Tizen-based TVs to feature enhanced security - TechSpot

TechSpotSamsung's 2016 line of Tizen-based TVs to feature enhanced securityTechSpotSamsung is betting big on the Internet of Things and at the heart of that push is the smart TV, devices with questionable reputations as it relates to security. In an effort to improve its image, Samsung has revealed that its entire 2016 lineup of ...and more »

Samsung's 2016 smart TVs will be ready to take control of your smart home - Digital Trends;

Samsung's 2016 smart TVs will be ready to take control of your smart home - Digital Trends

Digital TrendsSamsung's 2016 smart TVs will be ready to take control of your smart homeDigital TrendsAs Samsung pushes further into the smart home industry, it has announced all of its 2016 smart TVs will be compatible with the SmartThings platform. Furthermore, all SUHD TVs will be equipped with the SmartThings Hub, enabling them to act as a ...and more »

Samsung announces new security tech for Tizen-based Smart TVs - TrustedReviews

Samsung announces new security tech for Tizen-based Smart TVsTrustedReviewsSamsung has announced new security software for its 2016 line-up of Smart TVs running on the Tizen operating system. The new GAIA platform is described as a “powerful and comprehensive three-layer security solution.” According to Samsung (via ...and more »

Samsung Announces Upgraded Game Service For Smart TVs - Ubergizmo;

Samsung Announces Upgraded Game Service For Smart TVs - Ubergizmo

UbergizmoSamsung Announces Upgraded Game Service For Smart TVsUbergizmoSamsung has announced today that it's going to bring an extensive lineup of over 400 streaming games and 100 downloadable games to its 2016 smart TVs. It promises that consumers will be able to experience the “most realistic gaming environments” ...and more »

Samsung Will Improve Gaming On Their 2016 Smart TVs - Android Headlines - Android News;

Samsung Will Improve Gaming On Their 2016 Smart TVs - Android Headlines - Android News

Android Headlines - Android NewsSamsung Will Improve Gaming On Their 2016 Smart TVsAndroid Headlines - Android NewsThe so-called Smart TVs have existed for a while, they can get connected to the internet and they include some popular apps to stream content. Still, the software on those TVs has never been that good, that's the reason why set top boxes and other ...and more »

Samsung's Entire 2016 Smart TV Lineup Will Support SmartThings IoT Platform - Hot Hardware;

Samsung's Entire 2016 Smart TV Lineup Will Support SmartThings IoT Platform - Hot Hardware

Hot HardwareSamsung's Entire 2016 Smart TV Lineup Will Support SmartThings IoT PlatformHot HardwareIt's been a pretty big year for the Internet of Things (IoT) movement and it's posed to grow even bigger in 2016. With that in mind, Samsung has decided to make its entire 2016 lineup of smart TVs IoT ready with support for SmartThings, an open ...and more »

Samsung reveals GAIA technology to protect privacy of smart TV users - myce.com;

Samsung reveals GAIA technology to protect privacy of smart TV users - myce.com

myce.comSamsung reveals GAIA technology to protect privacy of smart TV usersmyce.comSamsung today announced a security solution for its smart TVs that should protect the privacy of its users. The new solution is called GAIA and protects user data in three ways. The first way is Secure Zone, a virtual barrier that creates a secure ...and more »

PlayStation Now is coming to Samsung smart TVs, along with tighter security and smart home connectivity - The Next Web;

PlayStation Now is coming to Samsung smart TVs, along with tighter security and smart home connectivity - The Next Web

The Next WebPlayStation Now is coming to Samsung smart TVs, along with tighter security and smart home connectivityThe Next WebThe company says that all of the new features will be showcased for the first time at CES next week. “This event was off the charts”. Gary Vaynerchuk was so impressed with TNW Conference 2016 he paused mid-talk to applaud us. FIND OUT WHY. By making ...and more »

Samsung smart TVs will be harder to hack in 2016 with its new GAIA security solution - Digital Trends;

Samsung smart TVs will be harder to hack in 2016 with its new GAIA security solution - Digital Trends

Digital TrendsSamsung smart TVs will be harder to hack in 2016 with its new GAIA security solutionDigital TrendsYesterday we announced that all of Samsung's smart TVs in 2016 will be equipped with the SmartThings Hub, allowing them to act as the … well, hub of your smart home. This holds a lot of promise to be sure, but it also introduces what could be more ...and more »

Samsung turns its TVs into smart home hubs: Next-generation sets let you control all your household gadgets from ... - Daily Mail;

Samsung turns its TVs into smart home hubs: Next-generation sets let you control all your household gadgets from ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailSamsung turns its TVs into smart home hubs: Next-generation sets let you control all your household gadgets from ...Daily MailSamsung has announced it is turning its entire 2016 Smart TV line-up into 'smart hubs' that will let you control other gadgets in your home. The TVs will be powered by Samsung's SmartThings platform that lets you connect all your smart devices together ...and more »

New Samsung Smart TVs Gaming Service To Launch At CES 2016 - Geeky Gadgets;

New Samsung Smart TVs Gaming Service To Launch At CES 2016 - Geeky Gadgets

Geeky GadgetsNew Samsung Smart TVs Gaming Service To Launch At CES 2016Geeky GadgetsSamsung has announced that it will show off an updated gaming service for its 2016 Smart TVs at CES 2016 in January. The company has said that there will be more than 400 streaming games available on its Smart TVs and also 100 downloadable games ...and more »

Samsung's new Smart TVs will let you control your lights and open the front door without leaving the sofa - Mirror.co.uk;

Samsung's new Smart TVs will let you control your lights and open the front door without leaving the sofa - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukSamsung's new Smart TVs will let you control your lights and open the front door without leaving the sofaMirror.co.ukA Smart TV is not just for watching Netflix. Samsung wants you to use it to control your whole home, from your radiators to your front door lock. Share; Comments. BySophie Curtis. 13:13, 30 DEC 2015; Updated 17:14, 1 JAN 2016. News. Family watching ...and more »

Samsung Launches GAIA, Makes Their Smart TVs Harder To Hack - Ubergizmo;

Samsung Launches GAIA, Makes Their Smart TVs Harder To Hack - Ubergizmo

UbergizmoSamsung Launches GAIA, Makes Their Smart TVs Harder To HackUbergizmosamsung gaia In recent times when connected objects are starting to become more ubiquitous, some security analysts have criticized such products not so much for their functionality, but for their security because as it stands, there is no standard ...and more »

Samsung is securing its smart TVs before they control your house - The Verge;

Samsung is securing its smart TVs before they control your house - The Verge

The VergeSamsung is securing its smart TVs before they control your houseThe VergeSamsung has announced a new "three-layer security solution" named GAIA for its range of smart TVs, with the aim of securing information stored on the devices themselves (e.g. account passwords and credit card information) as well as data transmitted ...and more »

Samsung says its new Tizen TVs will be harder to hack - Engadget;

Samsung says its new Tizen TVs will be harder to hack - Engadget

EngadgetSamsung says its new Tizen TVs will be harder to hackEngadgetSamsung has announced that its next generation of Tizen smart TVs will be a lot harder to crack than before. The firm has created Gaia, a security product for its 2016 range that promises to do for TV what Knox did for its smartphones. Some of the ...and more »

Samsung 2016 Smart TVs get PlayStation Now game streaming - SlashGear;

Samsung 2016 Smart TVs get PlayStation Now game streaming - SlashGear

SlashGearSamsung 2016 Smart TVs get PlayStation Now game streamingSlashGearFollowing the earlier news that Samsung will be improving its 2016 smart TV lineup with GAIA security and smart home connectivity, it seems gaming will be another category they look to excel in. The South Korean manufacturer has announced that it will ...and more »

2016 Samsung Smart TVs Will Have SmartThing Platform Built In - Geeky Gadgets;

2016 Samsung Smart TVs Will Have SmartThing Platform Built In - Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets2016 Samsung Smart TVs Will Have SmartThing Platform Built InGeeky GadgetsSamsung has announced that its 2016 range of Smart TVs will have its SmartThing platform built in, this will allow the TV to act as a Smart Home hub for controlling IoT (Internet of Things) devices. The company will be showing off its new 2016 range of ...and more »

Samsung's 2016 Smart TV lineup will be IoT, SmartThings ready - TweakTown;

Samsung's 2016 Smart TV lineup will be IoT, SmartThings ready - TweakTown

TweakTownSamsung's 2016 Smart TV lineup will be IoT, SmartThings readyTweakTownAll of Samsung's Smart TVs releasing in 2016 will be Internet of Things (IoT) ready and attached to the SmartThings platform, for anyone on the lookout. samsungs-2016-smart-tv-lineup-iot-smartthings-ready_1. Basically, this means any TV you buy from ...and more »