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BERLIN — Samsung is making its latest push in the effort to connect all devices to the Internet, unveiling a connected sleep-tracking device, situs judi slot promo terbaru a washing machine and other products.
The company’s SleepSense is a disk sensor that consumers can place under their mattresses to track their sleep through a companion app. And Samsung said its $99 second-generation smart home tracker, called SmartThings Hub, is now available online in the US and Canada and will hit US retail stores next month. The device will arrive in UK stores September 10.
Overall, the devices all fit into Samsung’s big push to not only provide the most smartphones and TVs in the world but also tap into parts of the home that haven’t yet become so smart. The so-called Internet of Things — the concept of using sensors and other technologies to hook just about anything you can think of into the Internet — is expected to grow to be a multitrillion-dollar market within the next five years.
“Together, we will create another five years of growth for us and a fantastic experience for consumers,” YH Eom, president of Samsung Electronics Europe, said Thursday during a press conference at thehere. The company plans to host another event later in the day to show off its smartwatch.