Samsung Subscription Service Ties Galaxy S20 to Microsoft 365 Personal

Samsung Access is a new subscription that ties a Galaxy S20 handset to premium support and a Microsoft 365 Personal account.
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Samsung’s new security chip is a standalone turnkey security solution

Samsung Electronics introduced a standalone turnkey security solution comprised of a Secure Element (SE) chip (S3FV9RR) and enhanced security software that offers protection for tasks such as booting, isolated storage, mobile payment and other applicat… Continue reading Samsung’s new security chip is a standalone turnkey security solution

Samsung takes indoor entertainment outdoors with Terrace TVs

Samsung’s Lifestyle family of TVs – which includes the arty Serif and Frame models and the vertical Sero – has today got a new member. Designed for outside viewing, the Terrace 4K QLED television is weather-resistant and boasts a brighter screen, and t… Continue reading Samsung takes indoor entertainment outdoors with Terrace TVs

Samsung’s new camera sensor promises better focus and photos on mobile

To create a great smartphone camera, first you need a great mobile camera sensor, and Samsung just unveiled a new 50-megapixel, 1/1.31-inch Isocell GN1 sensor – a component that should find its way into future Samsung phones before too long.Continue Re… Continue reading Samsung’s new camera sensor promises better focus and photos on mobile

Quantum Security Goes Live with Samsung Galaxy

Quantum encryption, which has been touted as “unhackable,” debuts with Samsung, SK Telecom in a world’s first. Continue reading Quantum Security Goes Live with Samsung Galaxy

For six years Samsung smartphone users have been at risk from critical security bug. Patch now

Samsung has released a security update for its popular Android smartphones which includes a critical fix for a vulnerability that affects all devices sold by the manufacturer since 2014.
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For six years Samsung smartphone users have been at risk from critical security bug. Patch now

Samsung has released a security update for its popular Android smartphones which includes a critical fix for a vulnerability that affects all devices sold by the manufacturer since 2014. On its Android security update page Samsung thanks researcher Mat… Continue reading For six years Samsung smartphone users have been at risk from critical security bug. Patch now

As contact tracing gains attention, a researcher pokes a hole in Bluetooth technology

Bluetooth came to the fore in the fight against the novel coronavirus this month when Apple and Google announced a project to use the wireless technology to trace people infected with the virus. The ambitious program to build interoperable software for iPhone and Android devices inspired hope in some and privacy concerns in others. New research highlights the potential security implications of using Bluetooth to track smartphone users. Jan Ruge, a researcher at the TU Darmstadt, a university in Germany, has shown how a hacker in close proximity to an Android device could use Bluetooth to execute code on it. The mobile device’s user wouldn’t need to click on anything to be compromised — the attacker would only need the Bluetooth address of the device and a software exploit. Ruge used the exploit on a Samsung Galaxy S10e, but it would work in theory on other phone models running unpatched versions of the Android 8.0-9.0 operating systems. […]

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