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Galaxy Watch Update Offers New Smart Home Controls with SmartThings

Samsung Newsroom – 1.23.23 (1.19.23)

Today, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announced an update coming to the SmartThings ecosystem that will allow Galaxy Watch users to monitor and control more of their smart home right from their wrist. The update will expand the list of devices that can be controlled using SmartThings on Galaxy Watch including air purifiers, thermostats, and blinds. Users can also continue to enjoy the ease and convenience of controlling home devices like TV, A/C, lights, speakers, and more straight from their Galaxy Watch anywhere and anytime they want.

Source: Galaxy Watch Update Offers New Smart Home Controls with SmartThings

Samsung Expands Self-Repair to PCs, Going the Extra Mile for Consumers

Samsung Newsroom – 1.19.23 (1.17.23)

Today, Samsung Electronics America announced the expansion of its Self-Repair Program to include five new Galaxy devices. The expanded program now features genuine repair parts for the Galaxy Book Pro 15” and Galaxy Book Pro 360 15” PCs, as well as the Galaxy S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra family of products.

Source: Samsung Expands Self-Repair to PCs, Going the Extra Mile for Consumers

Apple introduces the new HomePod with breakthrough sound and intelligence

Apple Newsroom – 1.18.23

Apple today announced HomePod (2nd generation), a powerful smart speaker that delivers next-level acoustics in a gorgeous, iconic design. Packed with Apple innovations and Siri intelligence, HomePod offers advanced computational audio for a groundbreaking listening experience, including support for immersive Spatial Audio tracks. With convenient new ways to manage everyday tasks and control the smart home, users can now create smart home automations using Siri, get notified when a smoke or carbon monoxide alarm is detected in their home, and check temperature and humidity in a room — all hands-free.

Source: Apple introduces the new HomePod with breakthrough sound and intelligence

5G mmWave Signal Booster Platform Enables 5G at Scale

SureCall Press Release – 10.18.19 (10.17.19)

SureCall, the performance leader in cell signal booster solutions, today announced its booster platform of scalable 5G millimeter wave (mmWave) signal boosters and antenna kitting options. SureCall’s comprehensive booster platform offers the flexibility that carriers need to provide tailored 5G mmWave services across North America while maintaining the same award-winning quality, reliability, and compliance with FCC regulations.

Source: 5G mmWave Signal Booster Platform Enables 5G at Scale

Sony Launches RX0 II, the World’s Smallest and Lightest Premium Ultra-compact Camera

The Imaging Alliance Blog – 3.28.19 (3.25.19)

Sony Electronics Inc. today introduced an exciting new addition to its highly popular compact camera line-up with the launch of the world’s smallest and lightestvi premium compact camera, the RX0 II (model DSC-RX0M2). Building upon the waterproof/dustproofii, shockproof,vii crushproofviii and ultra-compact qualities of the original RX0, the new model now offers internal 4K recording, an adjustable LCD screen that tilts upward 180 degrees and downward 90 degrees and that even works underwaterix,ii and new image stabilization solutions for video recording.

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Qualcomm Introduces New End-to-End Over-the-Air 5G Test Networks to Drive 5G Innovation

Qualcomm Newsroom – 2.19.19

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM), today announced an expansion of its 5G test networks to include new end-to-end over-the-air (OTA) configurations for both millimeter wave (mmWave) and sub-6 GHz bands. Located at Qualcomm Technologies research and development (R&D) locations in San Diego, California and Bridgewater, New Jersey, the new 5G  networks will enable Qualcomm Technologies to validate new 3GPP Release 16+ designs ahead of standardization, refine 5G algorithms and technologies to further improve performance, test and demonstrate emerging edge computing capabilities such as low-latency extended reality (XR), and demonstrate 5G capabilities not yet deployed. The test networks complement existing interoperability development testing (IoDT) and allow the company to gain extensive experience through OTA system-level validation of Qualcomm Technologies’ advanced 5G R&D designs ahead of broader ecosystem collaborations.

Read more: Qualcomm Introduces New End-to-End Over-the-Air 5G Test Networks to Drive 5G Innovation

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