Samsung's Chief Strategy Officer Uses Mac, iPhone, iPad

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Thoune - December 14, 2012 at 12:32am
That's a sign of a copier !!!
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Arkhi - December 13, 2012 at 10:32pm
Has Samsung's senior staff ever heard about a company named Google? I heard they are rumoured to use many cloud services... Google Docs; Google Calendar; Google Contacts; Android OS. They've been syncing with both Samsung, HTC and Apple Devices for maybe a decade or so now...
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Stupid Strategy Officer - December 13, 2012 at 7:02pm
Sounds like a dumb ass running the show: "he figured out how to sync all his contacts and schedules between the two systems; however, it was a bit of work." Seriously Samsung syncing between two operating systems was a bit of work?? WTF is happening to this world??
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Nicko - December 13, 2012 at 9:50pm
I took that to mean between the two different Eco systems ie between Apple product and Samsung product. As in super-meta-connectivity.
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Khan Manzar - December 13, 2012 at 6:57pm
Come on friends we know we love Apple gadgets
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Curtix - December 13, 2012 at 5:34pm
This is a great sign that Samsung is headed in the right direction. There is absolutely nothing wrong with Samsung phones. In almost every way, they are superior to Apple's. Looking at design and specs alone, Samsung makes the better device. Everything that is wrong with Samsung phones is exaclty what is wrong with every phone that isn't an iPhone. Its operating system. Many people do not appreciate the confined nature of iOS. Myself included. Unfortunately, there just isn't anything better out there right now. Anldroid is okay at best. Its really just a jumbled mess of features seamingly going in every direction at once. I use an iPhone myself but I use a PC for everything I do that really matters. Including writing this comment. The secont a mobile OS comes along that gives me the freedom of Android with the environment and ease of use of iOS, I will switch. What Sammsung should be doing is pouring all their money into OS development and developing their own ecosystem like Apple or Google.
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Well... - December 13, 2012 at 8:54pm
When you are inspired by something, someone you are obviously a step (or more) behind. Samsung is a GREAT company which has accomplished an incredible growth within a few decades but they are followers... this situation can change but overpass the IOS ergonomic and look n' feel will be a piece of a challenge. And IOS will probably merge with OSX in the future when MacBook Pro and iMac will be, by then, screen multitouchable. Good luck to Samsung, I like their chips and screens... but when they are assembled in an Apple device! :))) Power and performance is nothing without a strong ergonomic approach.
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6italia0 - December 13, 2012 at 5:14pm
I'm not sure how he can say better display when referring to amoled display that are average maybe half the max brightness of retina displays at full brightness so by far I wouldn't say better although the gnexus is a personal favorite of mine. But that makes a lot of sense why he uses apple products at home. He mentioned that he manages all his files that way, that makes sense seeing as how android formats, file management and other functions are all very disorganized and doesn't have the same ease if use or decent basic function such as wifi range, Bluetooth, easy copy/paste and so forth but that's just my opinion #JUSTSAYIN
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Darryn - December 13, 2012 at 4:56pm
I think this is exactly right. And the previous person's comment was unnecessary. I'm a huge iPhone fan. But this article makes a valid point. Although I disagree with the display on a Samsung phone being better.
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Suhailyosuf - December 13, 2012 at 4:22pm
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