Sign In

Not a Member? Sign up here its FREE                 Forgot password?

Featured Events

Featured VENUES

W Boston Hotel
Haus NYC
Attic Rooftop Lounge
The Argyle Hollywood
Lure Nightclub
MVP Complex
Iron Bar New York
Guastavino’s
Sky Room Times Square
Rain Nightclub Las Vegas
Pillars 38 NYC
Art Side
Yotel
Sugar Nigthclub
La Marina
 1 oak las vegas
 Aura night club
RdV NYC
Finale NYC
PH-D Rooftop at Dream Downtown
FIFTY Ultra Lounge / Viceroy Hotel
Gotham Hall  New York
48 Lounge
Stage 48

Samsung holding Galaxy S3 Cases event June 20

shenzhen
Posted by
shenzhen
Member
Posted on Thursday, June 14, 2012

 Samsung Electronic today dismissed the notion that it's working on a Facebook-like service.To make sure there wasn't any confusion, the company posted the denial on its official global blog, calling the speculation and rumor "groundless."The Korea Times was the first to stir up the rumor, reporting that the technology giant would make its first foray into social networking next year. The report was subsequently picked up by other media outlets.Running a social network, which relies on iPhone 4 Cases advertising, would make little sense for a consumer electronics company accustomed to selling hardware. Despite Samsung's size and reach, it's unclear whether it could attract the droves of users that a Facebook can.The company has been successful at selling iPhone 4S Cases, and is a dominant player in the smartphone arena. But the company hasn't shown a willingness or ability to offer social networking services.Much of the speculation was based on the belief that Samsung would turn its "Samsung Galaxy S3 Cases into a social network. Samsung noted the service has been around since February, and is meant to tie together its television, smartphones, and tablets with the Internet. The service is focused on the family and allows members to share files and pictures.Samsung said it was working to upgrade Samsung Galaxy Cases, but denied that the upgrades would turn it into a "Samsung Facebook."

Comments (0)


Post Your Comment


Would you like to comment?
Sign up for a free account, or sign in (if you're already a member)

Web Analytics