The company's Galaxy Upcycling at Home program will allow consumers to repurpose their older phones into IoT devices, such as childcare monitors and light sensors.
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Its IoT product line will continue to hold the Altair brand, however.
The Internet of Things processor is optimised for data communications shorter than 100 metres, Samsung said.
Samsung Electronics' Auto Exynos V9 has eight A76 cores and will power Audi's next-generation in-vehicle infotainment system.
Samsung's new Remote Access feature will allow users to wirelessly control their PCs, tablets, and smartphones through their smart TVs.
South Korean telecommunications carrier KT has tested a self-driving bus at the country's Incheon International Airport.
Participants in the trial used their smartphones to call self-driving cars to pick them up and ride together.
SK Telecom has launched a blood glucose meter connected to its LTE Cat M1 network aimed at diabetes patients.
In South Korea's small towns and big cities, the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing everything from utilities to subways to buildings as more municipalities and companies capitalise on new computing and network technologies.
KakaoTaxi will reportedly raise 500 billion won in exchange for 30 percent equity.