Samsung's Latest VR Inventions
Gear up on five IoT news bites for Wednesday
Samsung VR Samsung will debut four new projects to come out of its C-Lab program at the Mobile World Congress this year in Barcelona. The company will showcase a device that will help the visually-impaired, glasses for use with PCs, a VR option that will let viewers see what their homes might look like furnished and a 360-degree travel tool. Samsung launched C-Lab (which stands for Creative Lab) as an in-house space to test new ideas and products in 2012.
UPS Drone UPS showcased one of its delivery drone when things, well, did not go exactly as planned. A drone took off, and had a little malfunction—in front of reporters. The drone tried to land in one of the UPS trucks, fell, and then was almost crushed by the moving top of the truck. (Via TechCrunch)
iPhone Storage Storage is an issue in the iPhone: there's never enough. But among the many rumors surrounding the presumed iPhone 8, one includes a bump up in memory. The smartphone is expected to come out in either a 64GB or 256GB version. And yes, expect to pay more. (Via BGR)
Lenovo HealthLenovo Health is partnering with Orbita, a connected healthcare company, to bring more health care options to patients who are at home. Virtual healthcare services are growing, offering patients ways to get medical attention, in some cases, just from their smartphones. The partnership between Lenovo Health and Orbita will make use of the Lenovo Smart Assistant, its voice-enabled service.
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