Samsung has introduced a "new strategy to unify IoT services under SmartThings, in addition to the next-generation Bixby 2.0, and advanced AR capabilities on more Galaxy smartphones".
Ok, so it’s not SKINET: Samsung’s Korean Internet of New Things, or SKYNET from the Terminator series; it’s a realistic start for Samsung’s IoT revolution.
Samsung has become a significant player in the burgeoning Internet of Things market with its $200 million purchase of US company SmartThings.
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