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Opera Mini browser for Samsung bada smartphones now available
By Michelle Ruhfass on Wednesday May 09, 2012

Opera has announced that its Opera Mini browser is now available for Samsung's bada-powered smartphones. To download Opera Mini, head on over to Samsung Apps store.

Samsung planning to expand use of its bada mobile OS
By Michelle Ruhfass on Thursday March 01, 2012

Even though Samsung dominates the Google Android smartphone world and does well in the burgeoning Windows Phone market, the Korean handset manufacturer has said that it is looking to invest more time and money in its own OS, bada.

Samsung to merge bada with Intel's Tizen
By Michael Oryl on Monday January 16, 2012

A Samsung executive has been quoted as saying that his company plans to merge its own bada smartphone operating system with Intel's Tizen Project, which is based on the remnants of the the MeeGo OS that Intel developed with Nokia.

Samsung Wave 3 brings bada 2.0 to global markets today
By Dan Seifert on Monday November 28, 2011

Samsung is officially making available its new Wave 3 bada-powered smartphone in markets across the world today. The Wave 3 is Samsung's flagship bada device, and it is powered by a 1.4GHz single-core processor and has a WVGA resolution, 4-inch Super AMOLED screen. The Wave 3 includes a 5 megapixel camera with 720p video recording and a front-facing camera for video chats. The Wave 3 runs bada 2.0, which offers a number of improvements over its predecessor. The Wave 3 is available today in France, Germany, Italy, and Russia, and will hit other markets across the world in the near future.

Samsung could bring its bada smartphone OS to the U.S.
By Dan Seifert on Thursday October 13, 2011

Samsung has revealed that it could bring its home-grown bada smartphone operating system to the U.S. market in the near future. Prior to this, bada was only available in Korea, Europe, and limited other parts of the world.

Samsung said to be open-sourcing bada to outside developers
By Dan Seifert on Tuesday September 20, 2011

According to sources reporting to the Wall Street Journal, Samsung will be taking a page from Google and Nokia and open-sourcing its homegrown bada smartphone operating system next year.

Samsung's Wave Y offers bada 2.0 for the entry-level smartphone shopper
By Dan Seifert on Tuesday August 30, 2011

Samsung's new Wave Y smartphone is a bada 2.0 device for the first-time smartphone buyer, as it features a lower set of specifications than its other bada 2.0 siblings.

Samsung introduces mid-range Wave M bada 2.0 smartphone
By Dan Seifert on Tuesday August 30, 2011

The second of the new bada 2.0 phones announced by Samsung, the Wave M is geared toward the mid-range of the market. It sports a smaller screen and slower processor than the Wave 3, but still has most of its larger sibling's capabilities.

Samsung Wave 3 is the company's new flagship bada smartphone
By Dan Seifert on Tuesday August 30, 2011

This morning, Samsung announced a trio of new bada-powered phones, and the Wave 3 is the best of the bunch. Featuring a 4-inch display, the Wave 3 runs the latest version of Samsung's home-brewed smartphone OS, bada 2.0.

Samsung releases SDK for bada 2.0
By Dan Seifert on Thursday August 25, 2011

Samsung has released the Software Development Kit (SDK) for the next generation of its home-brewed smartphone OS, bada 2.0. With the new SDK, developers can take advantage of a number of new features and services that come with bada 2.0.