Samsung is one of the main competitors within the Internet of Things Space. Traditionally, Samsung has developed consumer electronics but as we move into a world of “smart” everyday objects, Samsung must be able to not only produce great hardware but also software that will bring those ordinary objects to life in a way that attracts customers away from their competitors.
“Thank you, @Samsung! We would love to have you!” – President Trump on his Twitter
Can Whirlpool, a domestic manufacturer of washing machines, leverage the administration’s “America First” trade policies to reverse its deteriorating competitive position relative to Samsung? A recent dispute before the International Trade Commission holds extreme consequences for Samsung’s appliance business.
Samsung’s Family Hub Refrigerator comes with a steep price tag (~$6,000), but are there other hidden costs? What does a smart refrigerator really buy you?
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