Samsung unveils TV Discovery for finding and watching video content

Samsung unveils TV Discovery for finding and watching video content

www.engadget.com
New Mobile World Congress is just a few days away, but that hasn't stopped Samsung from pulling back the curtain on TV Discovery: a new service that lets users search for and watch live TV, on-demand video and even online content from outfits such as YouTube. The platform, which will...
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