Samsung releases bada SDK 2.0.2, starts working on bada 3.0

Samsung releases bada SDK 2.0.2, starts working on bada 3.0

Samsung released a new bada SDK update to developers. Version 2.0.2 brings support for devices with WQVGA screens, along with the ad library that allows for in-app ads. In addition, all developers can now access System privileged API groups, which were previously available to select parties, only. In the other news, the Korean company has…

All Samsung Wave devices will get bada 2.0 update

All Samsung Wave devices will get bada 2.0 update

Samsung announced (via Twitter) that all of its Wave smartphones will get the bada 2.0 update, including those phones that don’t have WVGA displays. The timeline isn’t precisely defined and all we have is Q4, which means anything from now to the end of the year. Of course, the number of features will vary depending…

Samsung insists it isn’t going to buy webOS

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When we heard that HP was killing off webOS, it was a sad day for fans of beautiful interfaces and design. And for straight up fans of webOS. However, there was a glimmer of hope when rumors that Samsung would buy the platform started kicking around. Sorry to burst your bubble, folks, but it looks…

Samsung unveil three new bada 2.0-powered Wave smartphones

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Coming fresh off the company’s recent news of its bada SDK 2.0, Samsung today unveiled three new Wave smartphones based on its bada operating system, which highlights the new flagship model Wave 3, and includes a software client for the company’s new messaging service ChatOn. The Wave 3 will abandon the plastic casing found on Samsung’s Android-operated…

Samsung bada SDK 2.0 is out!

Samsung bada SDK 2.0 is out!

Samsung has finally released bada SDK 2.0 for all developers — not just select ones. At the moment, not a single phone runs bada 2.0 but that will be changed soon with the upcoming Wave 3 which we caught in the Samsung Unpacked app, when we think the Wave II would also get the same…

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