Phone and Smart Appliances Bill in One?

As the unpredictable and innovative world of technology continues to grow at an express rate, smartphone users could soon find themselves paying their phone provider for more than just their calls.
It seems the ever-changing digital landscape has forced marketers to continually rethink content and come up with further and better ways to connect with consumers.
Just as the American multinational telecommunications corporation, AT&T, announced its forthcoming Digital Life Home Security and Automation project, which allows users to control aspects of their home, via their smartphone, Samsung has launched its versatile home appliance range (Smart Appliances).
So if having a bill from your network for your smartphone was not enough, users could soon begin racking up additional costs for appliances, such as the fridge.

In-built fridge tablet:
The Android-based Samsung refrigerator has a tablet installed on the front of the fridge, allowing the user to create a shared grocery list on the refrigerator.
If someone adds to the list, even while another person is shopping, the list will update and appear on their mobile device.

Phone and Home Appliance Bill in One?

You can also tell the program what options you have available for dinner and it searches the food and cookery site Epicurious, to find a recipe using your ingredients.
A Samsung spokesman said: “Convenience, ease of use, organization and connectivity are the heart of Samsung home appliances.”