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Argus Lab, creator of Siri rival Jini, lands $640k from Samsung Chief Strategy Officer, other angels

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Argus Lab, the Belgian company behind soon-to-launch mobile virtual assistant Jini, has closed a €500,000 ($640,000) seed funding round from a number of angel investors, including Samsung President and Chief Strategy Officer Young Sohn. The company — which has offices in Antwerp, Belgium, and Palo Alto, US — says that...
Argus Lab, creator of Siri rival Jini, lands $640k from Samsung Chief Strategy Officer, other angels
Samsung's president says company will shed its 'copycat' image - but he still uses Apple products at home

Samsung's New Strategy Chief an Apple User, Cites Ecosystem Benefits and 'Stickiness'

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In an interview with MIT Technology Review (via The Verge), Samsung Chief Strategy Officer Young Sohn reveals that he is in fact an Apple user. Sohn, who joined Samsung in August, uses a Mac, an iPhone, and an iPad as his personal devices, and cites Apple's ecosystem as a major...
Samsung's New Strategy Chief an Apple User, Cites Ecosystem Benefits and 'Stickiness'
Samsung to devote $1.1B to investments in the Americas

Samsung Exec: I Use Apple Products At Home (AAPL)

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Samsung's Chief Strategy Officer, Young Sohn, says he still uses Apple products at home. "At work I'm using Samsung devices; Apple at home, mainly because all of my systems and files are done that way." Speaking to MIT's Technology Review, he explained: OK, so think about Apple compared to Samsung....
Samsung Exec: I Use Apple Products At Home (AAPL)
Samsung exec admits Apple's products have better ecosystem, uses them at home

Samsung Aims to Boost U.S. Presence With $1.1 Billion in Venture Funds

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Samsung Electronics said on Monday that it is launching two venture funds worth a total of $1.1 billion as well as a strategy and innovation center on Menlo Park’s Sand Hill Road. A $100 millon Samsung Catalyst Fund will focus on early-stage companies while a $1 billion Samsung Ventures America...
Samsung Aims to Boost U.S. Presence With $1.1 Billion in Venture Funds
Samsung Exec Admits To Using Apple Products, Calls iDevice Ecosystem "Sticky"

Samsung Is Going To Invest $100 Million In American Startups

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MENLO PARK, California (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics is looking for some Silicon Valley magic. The company, a household name in televisions and mobile devices, is expanding its presence in the region with a new $100 million venture fund that will invest in early-stage startups, particularly those in remote computing, cybersecurity,...
Samsung Is Going To Invest $100 Million In American Startups

Samsung Plans to Make It Rain $100M. in the Valley

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Via Travis Porter’s metaphorical video interpretation/a> of his single, “Make it Rain.” Somebody thinks they’re a player! Reuters reports that electronics maker Samsung is launching a Silicon Valley-based early-stage fund with $100 million to invest in startups, with an attentive eye to anything in “remote computing, cybersecurity, mobility and mobile...
Samsung Plans to Make It Rain $100M. in the Valley

Samsung strategy chief: our devices need to work better together

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When Samsung is currently ruling the roost in mobile technology, you'd think the company's Chief Strategy Officer would exhibit some (possibly deserved) bluster. Not so: the executive in question, Young Sohn, tells the MIT Technology Review that Samsung has a long way to go before its products work in...
Samsung strategy chief: our devices need to work better together

Samsung exec: I use iPhone, iPad, Macs at home

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The company's chief strategy officer Young Sohn blamed it on Apple's "sticky" ecosystem. [Read more]...
Samsung exec: I use iPhone, iPad, Macs at home

Samsung chief strategy officer admits being an Apple user

www.electronista.com
Samsungís Silicon Valley-based chief strategy officer has admitted in an interview with Trendsetter that he uses an Apple Mac, iPad and iPhone when at home. Young Sohn, who joined Samsung in August after a long stint with Intel, was highlighting what he called Appleís ëstickyí ecosystem, which he believed gives...
Samsung chief strategy officer admits being an Apple user

Samsung plans to conquer Silicon Valley

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The Korean giant is serious about making a splash on Apple's home turf. FORTUNE -- Last December, a piece in the MIT Technology Review revealed that Young Sohn, Samsung Electronics' new Silicon Valley-based chief strategy officer, uses Apple products at home. The article, titled "Why Samsung's Man in Silicon Valley...
Samsung plans to conquer Silicon Valley

Samsung seeks to ignite global innovation with $1.1b for two funds and a Strategy and Innovation Center

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Today Samsung has announced that it is expanding its United States presence with the creation of its Strategy and Innovation Center (SSIC). The goal of this project is to help introduce its vision for a global engine to “accelerate innovation and to drive new business creation for Samsung’s Device Solutions...
Samsung seeks to ignite global innovation with $1.1b for two funds and a Strategy and Innovation Center

Samsung Launches Strategy And Innovation Center, Will Invest $1.1 Billion On Innovation Through Two Funds

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Samsung is already becoming one of the big heavy hitters in tech, but it’s looking to make more investments to ensure its place as the so-called “fifth horseman” alongside Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google. Samsung announced today that it is committing to investments in new technology, with the launch of...
Samsung Launches Strategy And Innovation Center, Will Invest $1.1 Billion On Innovation Through Two Funds

Samsung's chief strategy officer says he's a Mac, iPhone, & iPad user, prefers Apple's ecosystem at home

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MIT Technology Review published an interview today introducing us to Young Sohn, Samsung’s chief strategy officer, and by his own admission, currently a Mac, iPad and iPhone user. You’d of course expect a Samsung executive to stick to the company’s Galaxy smartphone and tablet lineups for obvious reasons. However, speaking...
Samsung's chief strategy officer says he's a Mac, iPhone, & iPad user, prefers Apple's ecosystem at home
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