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DateDate: 5-05-2018, 06:06

Previous sources have stated that the bendable Samsung smartphone with three screens is code-named Project Valley.
Its announcement has been predicted since 2016, but, as you can see, this never happened. Now it is known that the smartphone will be introduced in early 2019.
According to South Korean sources, the bent Samsung smartphone with three screens is still code-named Winner, and its announcement is likely to happen within the framework of the exhibition Mobile World Congress 2019.
The prototype shown on the CES 2018 included three OLED displays with a diagonal of 3.5 inches, two of which were inside when the device was folded. In the unfolded state, the two displays are combined to create an enlarged single screen.
The cost of the bent Samsung Winner should be between $ 300 and $ 500.
Source: http://ilenta.com/news/smartphone/news_20455.html
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DateDate: 5-05-2018, 06:01

In Switzerland, the Bank of St. Petersburg Galler Kantonalbank as an experiment replaced all employees of one of the departments by robots. The apparatuses carry out cash operations, open deposits and perform other functions of bank employees. This is reported by Bloomberg.
In the service halls and behind the cash offices of the financial institution, five robots were installed, which replaced seven employees. Machines communicate with customers through a special interface that is able to accept money, keep records and perform other duties.
The authors of the experiment argue that robots can not be mistaken, and banks save on equipment that live employees use.
"We see the huge potential of cars and are very optimistic," said a member of the board of St. Petersburg. Galler Kantonalbank Felix Buschor. The experiment will last until the end of May, then the bank will decide whether to leave the robots on a permanent basis or to return people.
Recall, American engineers have created an unusual robot-fish for studying reefs. Technological novelty was developed by scientists from the Laboratory of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The robot can be controlled with a waterproof remote control that uses ultrasonic signals and is based on a video game controller.