Samsung to hold health-related announcement days before Apple’s WWDC

“We just received an invite to San Francisco-based event on May 28th, where Samsung is planning a ‘new conversation around health,'” Mat Smith reports for Engadget.

“That means it’s scheduled just before Apple’s annual WWDC,” Smith reports. “Our invite came from Samsung’s Semiconductor arm so it could be about forthcoming sensors and components, rather than, say, Fit Version 2. ”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Idiots. The world won’t say “you were first.” No, as with your stupidwatch, the world will say that Samsung’s clueless without Apple to copy.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “boecherer” for the heads up.]

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Jim Cramer: ‘The curtain has closed’ on Samsung’s stupidwatch – October 3, 2013
The Verge reviews Samsung’s Galaxy Gear stupidwatch: Orwellian, unintuitive, oversized, and overpriced – October 2, 2013
Jean-Louis Gassée: I hope Tim Cook had fun goading Samsung to make their Galaxy stupidwatch – September 9, 2013
Stupidwatch: Why Samsung’s Galaxy Gear is a flop – September 5, 2013
Samsung Galaxy Gear watch looks rushed, misses the mark – September 4, 2013
The Galaxy Gear stupidwatch: Without Apple to copy, Samsung is clueless – September 4, 2013
Samsung announces ‘Galaxy Gear’ watch accessory for Galaxy Android devices – September 4, 2013


    1. A transparent attempt at preemptive mind share. Too bad their clumsy tactics and lousy product execution sans the Apple example have already been broadcast loud and clear before in the tepidly received Galaxy Watch. People with brains are already on the alert for further mediocre Samspew.

      1. You can’t stop stupid. But at least Samsung has ‘I AM STUPID’ stickers all over itself for those who bother to look.

        And for those who do NOT bother to look, please don’t troll around here. You’re so obviously stupid yourselves.

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