Samsung Electronics together with South Korean banks and telcos formed a consortium to create a new blockchain network.
Samsung Group – the South Korean multinational conglomerate ushers in an era of the next generation smartphones, announcing the release of the beta of its SDK embedded into the Ethereum blockchain.
Drift Champion Vaughn Gittin Jr. successfully tested driving a remote controlled car using the Samsung VR headset over Vodafone’s high-speed low-latency 5G services.
Apple unveiled its plans to release its new generation iPhones enabled with 5G network in 2020 but there is no mention of cryptocurrency anywhere among the new releases. Meanwhile, AAPL aims to display strength nearing next earnings release.
According to Samsung’s Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee, the company will collaborate with platform companies on further blockchain development and invest in startups involved in 6G mobile networks and system semiconductors.
After CryptoKitties, Dapper Labs has launched one more crypto collectibles game dubbed Cheeze Wizards which is already gaining much popularity within a week of its launch.
Apple tops Forbes’ annual list of the world’s most valuable brands for the ninth straight time. The brand of the tech giant is worth $205.5 billion, up 12% over last year and it’s the first time a brand crossed the $200 billion threshold.
Samsung Electronics plans to expand crypto and blockchain functions on budget Galaxy phones. It is only one of the steps undertaken by tech giant in adoption and integration of cryptos.
In Q3 2019, HTC will introduce its new blockchain device Exodus 1s that will be the first smartphone to have full node capabilities.
This edition of Max’s Corner looks at the ongoing influx of corporations into the crypto space, including projects by Nike, Philip Morris, and Samsung, and what they mean for decentralization.