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AT&T is renaming its streaming video service yet again to DirecTV Stream

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According to the report of The Verge, AT&T will rename its video streaming services, including AT&T TV, AT&T TV Now, and AT&T Watch TV, to “DirecTV Stream” on August 26. It seems to be part of an effort to establish a new type of company video architecture, which was officially launched in the new company in early August.

Since 2019, AT&T has included a confusing set of product launches and innovation efforts used by both AT&T and DirecTV brands. The company’s real effort in a separate TV streaming service is called DirecTV Now.

You can use it with your broadband internet connection and it didn’t require a set-top box. This service was redesigned as AT&T TV Now but was eventually discontinued by AT&T TV, a service that brought live TV content online, but required a dedicated set-top box for Android TV, making it a sensible fan in the U of AT&T TV service.

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Those new terms and services have made it appear that AT&T has decided to drive around the trailer with an AT&T brand via online video. But the company still has DirectTV, its traditional satellite TV service.

Now it seems that the decision has been made to use this product with the maturity of video services, thus finally clearing away any confusion surrounding which company is responsible for delivering content to your home. Starting August 26, if you get TV via satellite, it’s DirecTV, and if you get it online (with a dedicated or free set-top box), it will be DirecTV Stream.

It is too early to say whether the new company will adjust any of its packages or pricing to make it more competitive, but there is certainly no shortage of people who want to watch live TV without a cable or satellite. YouTube TV, FuboTV, Hulu + and Live TV, and Sling TV are just some of the live TV streaming services you can find nationwide.

At the same time, Locast becomes a more attractive option for people looking for an easy way to view their local over-the-air (OTA) channels without having to purchase, install, and make an over-the-air (OTA) antenna or purchase an OTA receiver.

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Samsung Customization Service just got better with April 2024 update

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Samsung Customization Service update

Samsung is rolling out an April 2024 update for the Customization Service app with version 3.5.01.4. This update brings bug fixes and general enhancements that promise to elevate the overall user experience.

The fresh update of the Samsung Customization service improves some functions for smoother performance. Also, it fixes some issues that users encountered in previous versions to make the app more reliable. Notably, the update is compatible with Galaxy devices running Android 14 or Android 13.

The Customization Service app is designed for Samsung devices to deliver individual preferences and needs smartly. By analyzing user interactions and data, the service offers personalized content and recommendations, creating a unique and tailored experience for each Samsung device owner.

With the April 2024 update, Samsung aims to provide better performance and user experience to Galaxy users through Customization Service. You can get the latest update through the Galaxy Store or download it directly from the third-party app source link mentioned here.

Samsung Customization Service April 2024 update

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Samsung will do its best to bolster US semiconductor ecosystem

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Samsung announced the expansion of its semiconductor investment in the US. The Biden government is also awarding a subsidy of $6.4 billion to the company so it can accelerate the expansion of its global semiconductor supply chain in the era of AI.

  • Experts pointed out Samsung’s production capabilities as a world-leading semiconductor producer and commitment to US investment have led to the third-biggest subsidy deal with Washington.

The Korean tech giant revealed that it’s increasing its investment in its semiconductor plants in Texas to more than $40 billion from $17 billion. Following the CHIPS Act subsidy, Samsung will help to boost the US semiconductor production to 20% by the end of the decade.

Samsung is committed (via KoreaTimes) to doing its best to strengthen the local semiconductor ecosystem in the US, as well as dealing with booming demand for new high-performance AI chips like HBM amid the rise of applications such as GenAI, exemplified by models like ChatGPT.

“We’re not just expanding production facilities, we’re strengthening the local semiconductor ecosystem and positioning the US as a global semiconductor manufacturing destination,” Kyung Kye-hyun, CEO and head of semiconductor business at Samsung Elec, said after the govt’s announcement in Taylor.

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USA: Samsung will refund if you dislike Galaxy AI on S24 Ultra [30 days trial]

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Try Galaxy AI on Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra for FREE in the US [30-Day Money-Back Guarantee]

Samsung is allowing US consumers to buy the Galaxy S24 Ultra and other models to try out Galaxy AI. Interestingly, if the user isn’t amazed by the Galaxy AI features even within 30 days of using it, Samsung will refund the full amount.

The company is offering up to $750 instant trade-in credit for Galaxy S24 Ultra buyers. If you buy from Samsung.com, you will also get $75 instant Samsung Credit, which can be used for shopping for protective cases, glass, and accessories.

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Samsung has partnered with select US carriers to avail Buy and Try facility to consumers. You need to buy the phone from the online shop, depending on the carrier, you will be notified about the offer. Purchase on the website and get your product delivered to your doorstep.

Now, you will have 30 days trial period, in which, you can enjoy all the Galaxy AI features on the S24 Ultra. You can also opt for other eligible Galaxy models under the Buy and Try promo. If you like it, then keep it otherwise Samsung will refund the full amount to you!

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