On today's GeekBeat, Samsung's got a new tablet, HomeSync will put the media from your Android phone on your TV, LG has purchased webOS, most GM cars in 2015 will have 4G connectivity, and Splash Media U is giving military vets social media scholarships.
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Samsung introduced their Galaxy Note 8.0 at Mobile World Congress - it's got an 8.3-inch screen and the European version will have phone functionality.
The Samsung HomeSync is a set-top box that runs Android, and allows you to stream your Galaxy smartphone or tablet to your TV.
LG has acquired webOS from HP, with plans to integrate the operating system into their line of smart TVs.
GM is planning to put 4G connectivity through AT&T in most of their 2015 Chevys, Buicks, GMCs and Cadillacs.