Samsung's ambitions in services just took a bit of a blow. ZDNet has learned that Samsung's software research CTO Injong Rhee has left the company to become an "Enterpreneur in Residence" at Google. The 7-year veteran was important to the development of Samsung Pay and the company's Knox security platform. Show More Summary
Injong Rhee, one of the key figures behind Samsung products like KNOX, Samsung Pay, and Bixby, is now working with Google. Even though executive shifts happen regularly at big companies, this one certainly feels a bit different, since...Show More Summary
Google Inc. has brought aboard Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.’s former top technologist to help advance its connected device strategy. Injong Rhee, who served as the South Korean hardware giant’s chief technology officer until December, shared the news in a LinkedIn post on Monday. Show More Summary
Previous Samsung executive Injong Rhee played a key role in the development of Bixby, Pay, and Knox.
Samsung's former chief technology officer (CTO) Injong Rhee is joining Google, according to a new report from ZDNet. Rhee joined the Korean giant back in 2011, and has worked on a series of important projects such as Samsung Knox, the...Show More Summary
(Reuters) – Alphabet’s Google this month hired Injong Rhee, who recently resigned as Samsung Electronics Co’s chief technology officer, to lead its Internet of Things business, he said in a LinkedIn post Monday. Google spokeswoman Jane Hynes confirmed to Reuters Rhee’s hiring by Google’s cloud computing unit, but declined to comment further. Rhee said in […]
Injong Rhee, a key Samsung executive behind Samsung Pay, Knox, and Bixby, will join Google as an entrepreneur-in-residence.
If you're familiar with Samsung's underwhelming S Voice interface, you may be less than enthused about a new virtual assistant from the Korean technology giant. But according to Injong Rhee, Samsung's head of research and development,...Show More Summary
At Samsung’s developer conference today, Injong Rhee, the company’s head of research and development confirmed that Samsung was indeed working on a standalone headset to rival that of Oculus and Vive. The new headset would offer positional...Show More Summary
Samsung Executive Vice President, Injong Rhee, has left the door open to bringing Samsung Pay to handsets from other manufacturers in the future.
During a lengthy conversation with ZDnet, the executive VP and head of enterprise business at Samsung’s mobile business (holy sht title), Injong Rhee, laid out all sorts of little nuggets of information on the company’s new mobile payment system, Samsung Pay. Show More Summary