Reply to Apple Working on LASER Speckle by green_lanterns_11 •Aug 6, 2013 6:35 PM
snowboardnirvana • Aug 7, 2013 9:23 AM 0users liked this postsusers disliked this posts0Reply
This is why I welcome RSD's messages from B. Bird speak resonates with me.
"The Birdy said she is so excited
by retinalscandissplay • Jul 14, 2013 3:16 PM
she couldn't contain her enthusiam about _ _ _ _ _
I guess you'll grab on to any old rubbish to try and make yourself feel better about all the money you have lost. This #$%$ has been spouting the same old rubbish since January 2011 and he has never been even remotely right about anything.
Retinal, trying to piece some of your Bird talk over the last 3 months, I looked back back at a few post you maybe able to help me out.
First was on Sept 4 2013:
"Sam what was that song you sung?" Samsung?
"btw, what time is is?" Sumsung new watch just being advertised this week on TV?
On Aug 27 2013 you posted:
"Birdy said the word she heard was Blockbuster. WOW!" Again Samsung?
"Samsung Partners With Blockbuster for Movie Streaming Deal"
Alex Tokman spoke at either the ASM or a CC this year where he said they will like the next PANL. (PANL signed a huge deal with Samsung) PANL OLED technologies and materials are licensed and supplied to companies such as Samsung, LG, AU Optronics CMEL, Pioneer, Panasonic Idemitsu OLED lighting and Konica Minolta
Your more than welcome to contact me anytime...
Sentiment: Strong Buy
after AT put the Samsung officer/official to shame demonstrating the picop next his dip at the tech show, I have no doubt but that Samsung took notice and is now running with designs based on mvis picop. might see a product for Christmas!
Samsung reportedly has plans to bring its own streaming video content straight to its Galaxy smartphone and tablet range, Blu-ray players and upcoming Smart TVs. According to Smarthouse, the South Korea-based company has signed a deal with Blockbuster that would spell the delivery of thousands of movies throughout Australia, the U.S. and Europe later this year, maybe even as soon as the first half of 2012.
Once one of the top rental services in the U.S., Blockbuster has endured a torrid period thanks to the popularity of Internet-based Netflix and rental kiosk company Redbox.
While the streaming service may arrive to the U.S. and U.K. markets before the third quarter, Australian consumers will reportedly have to wait until September at the earliest. Samsung is rumored to be developing a new global billing platform in order to facilitate the new video service, The Next Web said. To use the service, owners of Samsung devices will need to sign-up to pay for the streaming content. Unfortunately, there’s still no word on pricing.
Does the world need another streaming service? It sounds like Samsung is trying to create a small ecosystem of its own with this partnership. With a new service and billing platform, the Korean manufacturer can further extend its range of value-added services while also keeping consumers inside the Samsung product lineup. We’re curious, however, if this spells the demise for Samsung’s own Media Hub storefront."