Bixby News

October
abraham kang
Mountain View, California
How to get the most out of Bixby
When Bixby was conceived, it wasn’t envisioned to be a clone of Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, or Cortana. Instead, Samsung designed Bixby to help make interactions with your devices easier.
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eui suk chung
Cupertino, California
Bixby 2.0: The Start of the Next Paradigm Shift in Devices
Today at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) 2017 in San Francisco, I was honored to share Samsung’s vision for intelligence, with the introduction of Bixby 2.0--a powerful intelligent assistant platform that will bring a connected experience that is ubiquitous, personal, and open.
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September
injong rhee
Seoul, South Korea
Bixby Button: Doorway to Infinite Customization
The Bixby button on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, S8 and S8+ exists to provide the user with a convenient shortcut for any function available on the phone. The user can map a sequence of commands to a spoken word or phrase.
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July
samsung newsroom
Seoul, South Korea
Bixby 101: Get to Know the Ins and Outs of Samsung’s Intelligent Interface

Bixby is an intelligent interface that makes interacting with your device, services and apps more seamless and instinctive. Bixby’s deep integration, contextual awareness and newly launched U.S. English voice support offer an assistant unlike any other – one that’s intelligent enough to learn your habits, and even your manner of speaking, and respond accordingly.

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March
samsung newsroom
Seoul, South Korea
[In-Depth Look] A New Way to Interact with Your Phone: Bixby, the Galaxy S8 Intelligent Interface

As the capabilities of smartphones become more diverse, their interfaces are also becoming more complicated, making it difficult for users to take advantage of their features and functions. The Galaxy S8 and S8+ aim to overcome this challenge with Bixby, Samsung’s new intelligent interface that makes interacting with one’s device, services and apps more instinctive and seamless.

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injong rhee
Seoul, South Korea
Bixby : A New Way to Interact with Your Phone

Technology is supposed to make life easier, but as the capabilities of machines such as smartphones, PCs, home appliances and IoT devices become more diverse, the interfaces on these devices are becoming too complicated for users to take advantage of many of these functions conveniently. User interface designers have to make tradeoff decisions to cram many functions into a small screen or bury them deeper in layers of menu trees. Ultimately users are at the mercy of the designers with an increasingly steep curve that makes learning a new device difficult. This is the fundamental limitation of the current human-to-machine interface.  Since Samsung makes millions of devices, this problem impacts the core of our business.

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