The former Chief Technology Officer Injong Rhee left Samsung Electronics to join Google as an Entrepreneur-In-Residence to lead their Internet-of-Things business.
As Internet of Things continues to expand, the globe’s leading companies are concentrating their efforts on developing the emerging technology.
The company has unveiled two new smart home products at its Samsung Unpacked 2017 event on Wednesday that are promised to simplify our everyday lives.
The Samsung Artik platform offers hardware and software necessary for fast and simple development of new enterprise, industrial and consumer applications.
Samsung doesn’t share many details until the official presentation at the Samsung Developer Conference next month.
This year’s CES trade show attracted thousands of producers, with IoT developers taking center stage during the event.
Samsung is rolling out a new lineup of smart TVs that will be ready for its Internet of Things (IoT) platform called ‘SmartThings’.
Samsung announces the SmartThings Hub that allows users to monitor, control, and secure their home.
Samsung makes dream of having home appliances connected to the Internet real. Its new platform Artik promises to connect 26 billion units by 2020.
International Business Machines Corp. and Samsung intend to expand the use of bitcoin technology and implement it in new applications.
LoopPay, makers of a popular mobile payments service and one of ApplePay’s largest competitors, has officially been acquired by Samsung Electronics.