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It's official: Samsung is updating its mixed-reality headset, the Odyssey. The new version, the Samsung HMD Odyssey+, promises to bring lifelike experiences through the Windows Mixed Reality platform. You can buy the headset in the US starting on October 22nd at Microsoft.com and Samsung.com.
Samsung and LG will forever be locked in a perpetual tug-of-war, and display tech is just one of the many fronts on which they tussle. Conference halls are their battleground, and at IFA this year, 8K TVs were their weapons. Speaking to Samsung execs this week, I asked them why on earth someone would by a 8K TV right now.
BRUSSELS/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google on Tuesday revamped how it distributes its mobile apps in the European Union, introducing a licensing fee for device makers to access its app marketplace in a response to regulators' findings that it had broken antitrust law. The new arrangement opens doors for Google's web search and browser rivals such as Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) but essentially leaves the U.S. tech giant's lucrative mobile business intact, analysts said. The European Commission in July fined Google a record 4.34 billion euro ($5 billion) for using the market dominance of its mobile software to hinder rivals in areas such as internet search.
Samsung has announced that it's acquiring a Barcelona-based startup called Zhilabs, and it's meant to help the corporation prepare for its 5G offerings. The results from Zhilabs' analyses could help Samsung figure out how to design its upcoming 5G products, such as connected cars and various Internet-of-things/automated devices, based on the quality of the networks carriers can provide. It could provide the info the Korean corporation needs to conjure up solutions for issues caused by 5G, for instance, which fixes meant for 3G or LTE can't address.
is boosting its 5G networks business by purchasing Spanish network data analysis firm Zhilabs as the South Korean technology group tries to grab a bigger share of the next-generation telecoms equipment market. Samsung is betting that the deal — its first since announcing a big investment plan for new technology businesses in August — will aid its shift from the current 4G LTE to 5G technologies. It did not disclose any financial details.
LONDON (Reuters) - South Korea's Samsung Bioepis and its partner Biogen (BIIB.O) have launched a third rival to AbbVie's (ABBV.N) blockbuster medicine Humira in Europe, ramping up competition for a slice ...
Samsung Electronics is betting that acquiring Zhilabs, a real-time networks analytics startup based in Barcelona, will ease its transition from 4G to 5G technologies. Financial details of the deal, which was announced today, have not been disclosed. Zhilabs will be fully owned by Samsung, but it will continue to operate independently under its own management.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Wednesday it has bought Barcelona-based network data analysis firm Zhilabs, as the South Korean giant gears up to launch products for connected devices and 5G mobile services that require fast data crunching. Samsung did not disclose the value of the deal, which marks the first announced acquisition in new technologies since companies in the Samsung group pledged in August a 25 trillion won (16.8 billion pounds) investment in artificial intelligence, 5G, electronic components for autos, and biopharmaceuticals. Samsung is betting that Zhilabs, which uses artificial intelligence to analyse network data, would help its transition to newer 5G gear, as it uses automated network analytics tool for fast data crunching.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Wednesday it has bought Barcelona-based network data analysis firm Zhilabs, as the South Korean giant gears up to launch products for connected devices and 5G mobile services that require fast data crunching. Samsung did not disclose the value of the deal, which marks the first announced acquisition in new technologies since companies in the Samsung group pledged in August a 25 trillion won ($22.23 billion) investment in artificial intelligence, 5G, electronic components for autos, and biopharmaceuticals. Samsung is betting that Zhilabs, which uses artificial intelligence to analyze network data, would help its transition to newer 5G gear, as it uses automated network analytics tool for fast data crunching.
Technology shares drove advances in the region Wednesday as Apple Inc. supplier Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. and Samsung Electronics Co. soared, contributing to the MSCI Asia Pacific Index’s 1 percent gain. Before today, the MSCI Asia Pacific Infotech Index had slipped 16 percent this year. Netflix Inc. may have boosted investor sentiment as it surged in post-market trading after crushing analyst expectations with its latest results (the first among FAANGs to report).
Samsung's Exynos processors are no longer confined to mobile devices and the occasional smartwatch. The company has launched Exynos Auto and Isocell Auto brands that will respectively make chips and camera sensors for connected cars. The Exynos line will include chips devoted to specific aspects of on-the-road technology, including driver assistance (Exynos Auto A), infotainment (Auto V) and telematics (Auto T).