Samsung Courts Developers With Conference
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8/26/2013 | 9:44:56 PM
re: Samsung Courts Developers With Conference
I would be a little wary of trying to get developers interested in your platforms if I was Samsung. You look at the 2 most successful companies to do this in Apple and Google and think that you can do the same, but many companies have failed or are failing to do so. Even big companies such as Nokia and most recently Windows with their Windows 8 platform haven't exactly performed near to what they hoped. I hope Samsung is able to create something from this conference and hopefully provider the end users with other options, especially in Mobile phone technology where its either Apple or Android for most users. After all, the end user is the one that benefits from all this competition.

Jay Simmons
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