Samsung disclosed a novel feature for its 2019 TVs that is supposed to let people manage various devices, such as tablets, PCs, and smartphones, from their TVs. The firm proclaimed that Remote Access allows users to connect specific accessories, such as mouse or keyboard, to their TV. This feature will let people broadcast web-based office services or play games of their PC from their TV on the larger screen.
At present, it is not clear how all this is supposed to work, as detailed information on the same is sparse. However, it seems like users will require installing a variety of apps across their devices to get them to talk with each other. Samsung proclaimed that Remote Access is supposed to work “anywhere in the world” owing to collaboration with VMware and its virtual desktop infrastructure.
On a similar note, Samsung came into the news as it disclosed that it has filed a patent with the U.S. Patents and Trademark Office. This illustrates that the firm is seriously thinking about to shift against the sector leader DJI. What’s more, it seems from the patent that the firm is possibly planning to manufacture a transformable drone, something that a single drone-maker has not done till now.
the patent reads, “An aspect of the present disclosure offers a transformable drone in which an arm for fixing a propeller can be folded and unfolded against the main body (or an airframe) which may provide a transformable unmanned aerial vehicle which combines portability and flight performance through a transformable main body (or an airframe).” The Gizmochina report shows that Samsung might be trying to incorporate the drone software with its Galaxy array of smartphones. This drone is supposed to have a barometer, gyros, ultrasonic, compass, light temperature, and ultraviolet sensors.