With the acquisition of Nest last year, Google has demonstrated its interest in the field of smart home. At recently concluded Google I/O annual developer conference, the group of Mountain View celebrates a further step forward, talking openly about the Internet of Things.

Born Brillo, a project to connect [...]

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Samsung challenge Intel and Qualcomm with the announcement of three new chips aim at the Internet of Things market. Samsung also announced the launch of SmartThings Open Cloud, which will help developers create the applications using their connected devices.

The Korean manufacturer new Artik platform includes software, development boards, drivers, [...]

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Oracle and Samsung Electronics are about to enter into a partnership to provide companies with a set of mobile services in the cloud. Such an agreement would allow Oracle to push its software solutions in the cloud and Samsung to have more opportunities in the enterprise market. The Korean manufacturer has also [...]

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Teaming up with a University of Texas engineering professor, Samsung starts working on allowing the brain to control a tablet or smartphone. In a MIT Technology Review by Susan Young, the electroencephalography cap being developed can start an application, pick a song [...]

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With the release of iPad mini and iPhone 5, Apple has caught up with Samsung during the last quarter of 2012. However, Samsung still retains the top 1 spot with 21.2% share on smart connected device shipments. Apple, on the other hand, is a close second with 20.3%. Total revenues were about [...]

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The number of patents registered in the U.S. hit a record last year, with the giant blue once again at the forefront of technological giants, who maintain a war on intellectual property.

The Patent and Trademark Office issued 253,155 patents in 2012, of which 6478 were recorded by IBM, according to the [...]

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In a recent announcement, Samsung has confirmed that they are considering the idea of hosting their own cloud service, in order to extend the appeal of their Android-based devices to enterprises. Samsung is looking into the idea of building cloud based services that will help connect a wide variety of devices based [...]

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Samsung has set out its long-term goal for LTE, saying its target is to be one of the top three global infrastructure vendors in this market in 2013. By 2015 the Korean vendor is targeting a top three spot within the entire mobile infrastructure market, now that it has finally added GSM [...]

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