A cybersecurity firm has disclosed that the flagship smartphones of Samsung from the Galaxy S3 to the latest Galaxy S6 are vulnerable to hackers. In a thorough research by NowSecure, it found out that the prediction software used by the flagship smartphones of the Korean tech giant can be tricked to accept a malicious file when the software updates.
Source: Prediction Software of Samsung Smartphones from the Galaxy S3 to the Galaxy S6 Opens Them Up to Hackers!
Samsung is continually improving upon the quality of its smartphone displays, and the screens on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 take things to new heights. In fact, according to extensive testing from DisplayMate, one of them has the best smartphone display yet.
Source: The Samsung Galaxy S6 Has the Best Smartphone Display So Far
Samsung KNOX™ is the comprehensive enterprise mobile solution for work and play. With the increasing use of smartphones in businesses, Samsung KNOX addresses the mobile security needs of enterprise IT without invading the privacy of its employees.
Samsung KNOX is now available in Canada. The solution that keeps business and personal information separated on a single device — thus allowing users to bring and use their own devices in the business setting — is launching with Bell Mobility. This, in turn, makes Bell the first carrier in the world to offer Samsung KNOX.
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Expected outlook of the anticipated “Galaxy Gear” from Samsung has been released to the public, according to ZDNET Korea. Britain’s Voucher Codes Pro generated design works of Samsung’s upcoming new product Galaxy Gear, the first breed of “smart watch,” based on patent contents submitted to the Korean Intellectual Property Office by Samsung Electronics in early 2013.
The Samsung Galaxy Gear was officially announced today by Samsung. The smartwatch is set to hit stores in October at a lofty price of $299.
Samsung certainly doesn’t lack for courtroom enemies. As its patent war with Apple escalates, it now finds itself facing off with mobile infrastructure titan Ericsson, which is suing Samsung for allegedly infringing on its vast networking patent portfolio. According to Ericsson, Samsung entered into a licensing agreement with Ericsson in 2001 for the latter’s 30,000 patents relating to technologies ranging from Wi-Fi to GSM and LTE. They renewed the agreement in 2007, but after failing to reach a third renewal agreement following two years of negotiations, Samsung let the deal expire, Ericsson chief intellectual property officer Kasim Alfalahi said in a phone interview.