And finally: Samsung’s still interested in a wearable with a bendable display

All the other news and rumors from the week

This was a huge week for Samsung, who held its developer conference in San Francisco and announced a bunch of new things, like a new 360 camera called the 360 Round, aimed at professionals and hoping to fill the gap for those mourning the dearly departed Nokia OZO.

It also announced Bixby 2.0, with a goal of turning every device in your home into a smart device. I hope you’re ready for your washing machine to tell you how much your clothes shrank, or where that missing sock truly is (I know I am). What definitely isn’t missing: Samsung’s health-packed Simband fitness tracker, which is alive and well.

The Korean giant also gave us a sneak peak at its plans in VR, like a standalone headset, and my colleague Hugh got a peak into Samsung’s experimental wearable design lab.

But that’s not all that happened this week. As always, you can head over to our dedicated news section for more.

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