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Samsung's freshly-gotten audio division has actually put out three Bluetooth headphones, each with their own specialty form factor.
Galaxy Note 8, S8 and S8+ retail boxes already include decent in-ear headphones tuned by AKG, but for a limited time, you can also get genuine AKG on-ear headphones at no extra cost.
Four companies are officially partnering with Google on "smart displays" with integrated Google Assistant functionality, including Lenovo and JBL.
Made by Samsung subsidiary Harman International, the Allure Portable speaker, JBL Everest series of headphones, Reflect Mini 2, Contour 2, Endurance family and JBL GO 2 are invading CES 2018.
Pocketnow has covered a lot of ground in smartphones this year and a lot of that coverage came onto our video side. Which ones were the most popular? Time to take a look back.
Harman just announced the Allure smart speaker and is already working to bring the Invoke Cortana speaker out this season. What's going on now?
It's not unusual for a company specialized in audio technology to release both Alexa and Google Assistant speakers. But Harman is Samsung's subsidiary.
The bendable, lightweight and cable-free Samsung U Flex headphones are probably not made or "tuned" by Harman, but they still sound very nice on paper.
Cortana's standalone device is called the Harman Kardon Invoke, discreetly unveiled on the company's official website as a premium Amazon Echo rival.
You'll be able to "invoke" the Microsoft-endorsed Harman Kardon Invoke smart speaker by talking to Cortana, and stream Spotify or Pandora music.
You know those Harman-made AKG earbuds shipping alongside Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8+ at no extra cost? Here's what they're all about.
We are not sure when the event is happening... still... but Microsoft supposed has one cued up soon with change-ups and tweaks.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ pre-orders are officially underway nationwide, and here are all the pricing and availability details from Best Buy and Sprint.
HARMAN shareholders wanted more money from Samsung, but the deal has gone through and 30,000 employees and a ton of audio know-how changes hands.
Premium sound system manufacturer Harman isn't Samsung property yet, and it may never be, if a number of litigious stockholders get their own way.
Samsung is acquiring Harman for its connected auto and audio technology. It could be putting both to good use, especially the latter, with the Galaxy S8.
We'll probably have to wait for the Galaxy S9 or Note 9 to adopt premium Harman sound, with Samsung also still not considering its own car.