Justin Denison, vice president of product strategy and marketing at Samsung Electronics America, refuted the belief the company waited for the Apple Watch before figuring out its next smartwatch. But he didn't specify why Samsung has taken a year to introduce its next Gear device and declined to provide further details about the Gear S2. "I don't think you'll ever see Samsung just wait and see," he told CNET on Thursday after the Unpacked event. "That is not part of our DNA. We want to innovate relentlessly. Anything contrary to that is likely not going to happen."Updated at 2:20 p.m. PT with comment from Samsung executive.
As its smartphone stature has ebbed, HTC has started to branch out with a wider range of gadgets, including the Re camera , the Grip fitness band and the Vive virtual-reality headset, Looking ahead, HTC says that it will continue to invest in diversified areas, HTC will also not rely so heavily on smartphones, though it plans to continue offering high-end handsets, HTC's layoffs mexican axolotls watercolor iphone case could ultimately help the company rebuild its financials, HTC reported on Thursday that the layoffs and a broader "business realignment" strategy will help it reduce its operating expenses by 35 percent, That could be good news for investors who bristled at the company's operating profit -- a measure of the difference between revenue and expenses before taxes, interest, and other items are factored in -- tumbling from a gain of NT$2.4 billion a year ago to a loss of NT$5.1 billion in the second quarter..
The drive to cut expenses is shared by China-based PC and handset maker Lenovo. That company announced on Wednesday that it will slash 3,200 jobs, or about 5 percent of its 60,000-employee workforce. Like HTC, Lenovo, which has struggled to gain traction in the smartphone market even after its Motorola acquisition, is hoping the cuts will reduce expenses. The layoffs followed Lenovo's announcement that its profit was down 51 percent year-over-year in the second quarter to $105 million. HTC did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
"We set out to develop a solution that's simple, safe and open to all businesses large and small, not to mention fun to use," said head of Samsung Pay Injong Rhee at the company's Galaxy Unpacked event in New York City, The South Korean smartphone maker first unveiled Samsung mexican axolotls watercolor iphone case Pay in March, The idea is for users to pay for items by waving their smartphone near a store's checkout register instead of swiping a credit card, That announcement came alongside the unveiling of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, which will be the first to use the feature, On Thursday, Samsung announced its latest mobile devices: the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+..
"With the launches of these exciting new smartphones, we will open a new era of mobile payment," Samsung's mobile business CEO, JK Shin, said Thursday. "This is Samsung's brave step forward to enhance our mobile experience. It is easy, safe, and most importantly, available virtually anywhere you can swipe a card."Samsung is just the latest major technology player to jump into mobile payments, which has languished for years with trials and limited deployments before Apple injected energy and raised the consumer awareness with its Apple Pay feature, found on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. For the likes of Apple and Samsung, the hope is that the addition of yet another feature will further build customer loyalty at a time when competition for smartphone customers is fierce.
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