Seven to power Samsung’s Social Hub

Ashesh Shah
April 2, 2010
364 Views
1 Comments

Samsung has partnered with email specialist Seven to offer push-email (and some other) services to its Social Hub users. The service was unveiled as part of the Korean company’s efforts to push its Bada platform and offer an addition value for users, whether they own the Wave or the recently announced Galaxy S smartphone.

In addition to email services, Seven will also deliver instant messaging services and access to popular social networks to Samsung users.

Financial details of the deal were unknown, but there are no doubts this is a huge win for Seven. Samsung, after all, is the world’s second largest mobile operator.

The question now is – how many people will Samsung entice to use Social Hub? Personally I like having a dedicated social networking clients, but I’m all for multi-network IM apps. If Samsung (and Seven) can pack all that in a single, easy to use app, they may have a winner. We’ll see where this goes…

Resource:
http://www.intomobile.com/2010/04/01/seven-to-power-samsungs-social-hub.html

You may be interested

Trends Transforming Cloud Computing in Year 2018
Cloud Services
0 shares108 views
Cloud Services
0 shares108 views

Trends Transforming Cloud Computing in Year 2018

Ashesh Shah - Jan 12, 2018

Cloud computing accelerates Enterprise Transformation everywhere Cloud is no longer about cheap servers or storage — it’s now the best…

Machine Learning a Catalyst for Enterprise Productivity
Artificial Intelligence
0 shares360 views
Artificial Intelligence
0 shares360 views

Machine Learning a Catalyst for Enterprise Productivity

Ashesh Shah - Dec 29, 2017

What is that one thing that every enterprise strives to achieve? It's "Productivity". With the advancements in the technology, it's…

IoT A Giant Leap For Mankind
Internet of Things
0 shares343 views
Internet of Things
0 shares343 views

IoT A Giant Leap For Mankind

Ashesh Shah - Dec 15, 2017

The internet landscape is growing at an exponential rate. It is not just limited to desktops, laptops, mobile tablets and…

One Comment

  1. I’ll gear this review to 2 types of people: current Zune owners who are considering an upgrade, and people trying to decide between a Zune and an iPod. (There are other players worth considering out there, like the Sony Walkman X, but I hope this gives you enough info to make an informed decision of the Zune vs players other than the iPod line as well.)

Leave a Comment