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Samsung Bets Future Growth on Flexible OLEDs…and Bixby?

Samsung is telling investors it plans to differentiate itself with folding OLEDs and Bixby AI services in 2018. We're not sure those are the two ideas to bet the company on, metaphorically speaking. The post Samsung Bets Future Growth on Flexible OLEDs…and Bixby? appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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