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nuSIM for IoT: Deutsche Telekom leads development

nuSIM for IoT: Deutsche Telekom leads development

Deutsche Telekom has brought industry-leading partners together to develop nuSIM, a ground-breaking solution which moves the SIM functionality from the physical SIM card directly to the chipset.

Linux Foundation Wants to Simplify Edge Computing

Linux Foundation Wants to Simplify Edge Computing

The Linux Foundation’s open source groups working on aspects of network virtualization have announced LF Edge, a new umbrella organization aimed at establishing an open framework for edge computing independent of hardware, silicon, cloud, or operating system.

IoT at Home: A Connected Closet from Samsung

IoT at Home: A Connected Closet from Samsung

The “connected refrigerator” is one of the most utilized examples of IoT technology. Samsung just topped that with the presentation of an Internet connected personal garment care appliance.

Mobile:  Samsung Galaxy Note9 – Pen that down

Mobile: Samsung Galaxy Note9 – Pen that down

The times when people go crazy over a new tablet or smartphone may be over. But the new Samsung Galaxy Note9 – a smartphone that is almost the size of a tablet.

IoT World 2018: Samsung Artik Helps Untangle IoT

IoT World 2018: Samsung Artik Helps Untangle IoT

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. showcased its latest IoT solutions at IoT World 2018 demonstrating how smart factories, intelligent buildings and asset managers using Samsung Artik IoT solutions.

Samsung Opens AI Centers in the U.K., Canada and Russia

Samsung Opens AI Centers in the U.K., Canada and Russia

Samsung Research – the advanced R&D hub of Samsung Electronics’ SET (end-products) Business – plans to establish three artificial intelligence Centers in Cambridge, the U.K., Toronto, Canada and Moscow, Russia within May 2018 to strengthen the company’s AI capabilities and explore the potential of user-centric AI.

Robot 2020: Join the Conversation

Robot 2020: Join the Conversation

Robots have hands and feet, arms and legs, a torso of some sort or another, and a kind of head sitting on top, maybe with bulging, fly-like faceted eyes, or camera lenses that stare back at its human master. If that’s what you think robots of the future will look like, think again. Chances are robots in 2020
and beyond will look more like a can of sardines.

IoT Interface Design: The Voices of…

IoT Interface Design: The Voices of…

Voice is the next big platform and it may very well deliver the smart home hub everyone is waiting for. How does this new interface model fit in with the rest of the digital world? And what does the voice market look like today?

The Wall from Samsung is the world’s First Modular MicroLED 146-inch TV

The Wall from Samsung is the world’s First Modular MicroLED 146-inch TV

At CES in Las Vegas, the Korean company Samsung introduced “The Wall” – a modular, self-emitting MicroLED 146” TV display.