Samsung has rolled out a new update for Bixby that introduces support for Indian English on the digital assistant. It's currently available on the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A72, and S21 series.
Samsung has announced an array of improvements to its Bixby digital assistant, such as UI changes for its app and newly-added support for the company's desktop-like interface, DeX.
Samsung could offer Bixby Voice biometric unlock option as a part of One UI 3.1 on the Galaxy S21 series thereby allowing users to unlock the device hands-free by simply using their voice.
Google is looking to offer Samsung a lucrative deal so that the Korean company drops Bixby and Galaxy Apps store from its devices and instead prominently highlights Google's apps and services.
Netflix for Android has recently received an update that introduces support for Samsung's Bixby Voice. The feature is part of a partnership between Samsung and Netflix unveiled in February.
Samsung accidentally shared a Korean release date for the long-awaited Galaxy Home Mini speaker before deleting the post. The device is said to be coming on February 12, the day after Unpacked.
According to a new report, Samsung is beta testing its Galaxy Home speaker in South Korea. Announced over a year ago with no set release date, the device might be ready for launch soon.
Samsung has been sending users notification ads via a couple of its apps announcing the Galaxy Note10 series. Users took to Twitter to complain about the unwarranted advertisements.
Announced a year ago, Samsung's Galaxy Home is its Bixby-powered smart speaker. But while many were expecting it to make an appearance at Unpacked this week, it didn't, but it's on the way.
Samsung announced today the release of fresh updates and features for the Galaxy Watch Active. The changes focus on improvements to its health and fitness capabilities as well as Bixby controls.
Samsung has launched the Bixby Marketplace in the U.S. and South Korea, allowing third-party developers to offer their services to consumers with the goal of customizing their Bixby experience.
Samsung has announced the latest addition to the Galaxy A line-up, the Samsung Galaxy A80. The mid-range phone comes with a unique camera allowing for great selfies. It'll be available May 29.
Samsung is rolling out an update to Bixby that brings the ability to re-map the Bixby button, similar to that of the S10 lineup. However, you cannot set it to launch competing digital assistants.
Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy A50 and A30 from its new Galaxy A Series. The firm didn't give a price or release date but they are mid-range models so expect a middle of the road price tag.
Samsung held its Galaxy Unpacked event today, and alongside of a trio of new Galaxy S10 handsets. CEO DJ Koh also confirmed that the company's Bixby speaker, the Galaxy Home, is coming in April.
At CES 2019, Samsung has revealed that its homegrown digital assistant Bixby will be adding support for Google apps in the future. The company also made a lot of AI and 5G-related announcements.
Samsung has announced that it has joined the Partnership on AI, an industry consortium that looks at various aspects of AI. Samsung wants to focus on AI's impacts on safety, societies, and economies.
As previously announced, Samsung's smart digital assistant, Bixby, is being opened up so that third-party developers can build integrations for their services or build Bixby into their devices.
A pain point for Galaxy Note9 owners has been the physical Bixby button that cannot be disabled. Samsung is making a change to its software that should reduce accidental presses of the button.
Samsung's rather unpopular digital assistant could be getting ready to be more useful in the near future, thanks to an upcoming update that will allow developers to create apps for it.
It didn't take long but bxActions, the button remapping tool for Galaxy devices, has now been updated with support for Bixby 2.0. This means that Galaxy Note9 owners can now remap the Bixby button.
If you're just unwrapping your Galaxy Note9, you might be in for a shock. As it stands now, Samsung has made it so that Bixby cannot be disabled, meaning you will have to get comfortable with it.
During Samsung's Unpacked event, the firm announced that it would be partnering with Spotify for its music needs. The two will work together to bring a more 'seamless' experience to Samsung devices.
Samsung formally announced its latest smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch. The device will run on the company's own Tizen operating system rather than Wear OS and include support for Bixby.
The smartphone maker already had its Unpacked event scheduled for August 9 to reveal its newest flagship, but a new event scheduled for next week could have news on other products from the company.
Samsung could be planning to merge the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note line-up of smartphones in order to introduce a single segment to reach more customers and to reduce production costs.
The plans to make Bixby mainstream seems to be one of the major checkpoints in Samsung's agenda. Samsung could launch a smart speaker running Bixby 2.0 at the Unpacked event on August 9th.
Since its release, Bixby has struggled to gain users. In order to turn the tide, Samsung began issuing points to users for using the digital assistant. Now, that program will be discontinued.
A recent survey has suggested that Cortana will be dominating the enterprise market within the next two years. More than 85% of businesses are expected to adopt voice assistants by that time.
Samsung's Bixby platform is set for a major update later this year. The firm today shared more details about the upcoming update, including faster response times and improved noise reduction.
Samsung has updated its Gear IconX 2018 wireless earbuds with new audio features, including enhanced Wireless Transfer, Ambient Sound, and Voice Focus, as well as an all-new Equalizer.
While Bixby has been far from a success in the digital assistant space, that hasn't stopped Samsung from working on its second iteration to be released in conjunction with the Galaxy Note9 this year.
In the world of Cortana, Alexa, Siri, and Google, Samsung wants you to remember that they have a smart assistant, too. A new report suggests the company will launch a smart speaker with Bixby in 2018.
Users will be glad to know that Samsung is rolling out an update for Bixby which finally allows them to completely disable its dedicated button on the Galaxy S8, S8+, and Note8 smartphones.
Although Samsung's devices are selling by the millions and receiving plenty of accolades, its digital assistant is another story. Now, the firm could introduce a successor as early as next week.
If you were inconvenienced by the Bixby button that comes standard with every Samsung Galaxy Note8 and S8 device, you will now be able to disable the button completely in a new update.
Samsung partnered with Harman at IFA 2017 to take on Amazon's Alexa and Google Assistant with a 'superior' AI platform based on the Bixby assistant found in flagship Galaxy smartphones.
Spotify is the newest addition to the list of companies that integrate with Samsung's digital assistant, Bixby. With this integration, users will soon be able to control Spotify's music playback.
Samsung mobile chief DJ Koh confirmed that the company is developing a new smart speaker, like so many other big tech companies. "Maybe soon we will announce it. I am already working on it," he said.
Samsung has announced that Bixby is now available in over 200 countries worldwide but the digital assistant still recognizes only English and Korean, with more languages planned for the future.