Would you want Darth Vader to vacuum your house?
Samsung has released a limited edition of its robotic vacuum cleaner which looks like the dark lord from the Star Wars movies.
So if you want the evil one to terrify you while cleaning your home, you can buy one now from Samsung’s website for $799. Continue reading Samsung releases limited edition robotic vacuum cleaner that looks like Darth Vader
Samsung has created a $300 million fund to build on a number of earlier investments in auto-related startups and technologies.
Earlier this year, the electronics giant bought Harman, a premier supplier to original equipment manufacturers in the automotive sector.
The two companies have now jointly launched a new strategic initiative, focused on developing innovations for next-generation, smart, connected vehicles.
The main area of interest in autonomous driving, or advanced driver assistance systems, which are referred to in the auto trade as ADAS. Continue reading Samsung strengthens interest in autonomous driving with $300 million investment fund
Electronics giant Samsung has acquired a permit to test autonomous vehicles in California, according to a report by Reuters.
The company is spending $8 billion acquiring Harman, which makes in-car entertainment technology and other car components.
Harman is what is called a Tier 1 supplier to the automotive trade, which means that they are one of a relatively small group of companies which supply parts or systems directly to car manufacturers. Continue reading Samsung acquires permission to test autonomous vehicles in the US
The biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world has signalled its intention to enter the globally accelerating connected and autonomous car race.
Samsung, which makes the Galaxy phone among others, has agreed to buy Harman, the manufacturer of incar entertainment equipment and other products.
The total value of the purchase is will be $8 billion, according to Samsung, which says Harman will continue operation as a standalone business, albeit as a subsidiary. Continue reading Samsung buys Harman to enter connected and autonomous car race
SquareTrade Labs says it used ‘killer robots’ to test some of the latest smartphones on the market, namely the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, and the iPhone 6s.
The gadget protection specialist says its tests show the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge were water-resistant, but that the Apple iPhone 6s is “still sturdier when it comes to drops and tumbles”.
SquareTrade says its latest tests had the new generation of Samsung Galaxy phones square up against the company’s “arsenal of bots, including the new Deep Water Dunkbot and Tumblebot”. SquareTrade calls them “breakability tests”. Continue reading SquareTrade uses ‘killer robots’ to test new smartphones