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Samsung Australia is set to share its research and development insights with Deakin University, with the two organisations signing a collaboration agreement this week.
Before heading out on a recent business trip I shared the mobile gear I was taking and why. Now that the trip is behind me, it's time to report on how well the gear performed.
The chief strategy officer of Samsung Electronics defined the intersection of health and tech as the single greatest opportunity of our generation.
Some people are bored with today's standard smartphone form factor, but all tech seems to eventually find a similar form factor over time. While the base form may be similar, differentiation and innovation are still present.
Patents filed by Samsung show that the company may be interested in developing a new range of wearables controlled by gestures and image recognition technology.
Samsung will reportedly launch a smartwatch that doesn't need a smartphone attached to it via Bluetooth. Such a device would be welcome, assuming the electronics giant can combine all that functionality in a sleek package.
Consumers haven't yet decided that wearables are a necessity so companies are actively working to gain market share. Pebble launched as a Kickstarter project and is currently beating the major brands.
Samsung mobile technology is set to be used for on-board camera viewing and social communications aboard Boeing’s CST-100 spacecraft, according to former astronaut, Christopher Ferguson.
Centrify gets set to boost its Australian workforce headcount and introduce new products into the market after receiving US$42 million in funding from leading mobile and security vendors.
Nokia was the only company among 39 leading technology brands able to prove it was paying its manufacturing workers a living wage above the official minimum, according to a new report by Baptist World Aid Australia.
I spent the last couple of weeks with Urban Armor Gear cases on three of my mobile devices. They offer solid protection and cool style.
Samsung is researching biometric technology, including iris scanning, to stand out in the mobility industry.
Samsung's Knox Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) has been commercially adopted for the first time within an education pilot program in Trinidad and Tobago.
Samsung hopes its Knox efforts with governments will "trickle down" to SMBs in the future.