Dell’s pre-installed software left PCs open to hijacking

In another example of a problem that is sadly familiar, Bill Demirkapi found a vulnerability in the support software that Dell installs on most of its new PCs. His method tricks the SupportAssist software — intended as a way to easily update drivers, adjust settings and clean out unused files — into allowing an attacker […]

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All games that currently (or might) support the Switch Online app

When Nintendo launched the Nintendo Switch Online service, they also had a mobile app to go along with it. With the Nintendo Switch Online mobile app, players can use it for voice chat with other players, as well as some game-specific services for exclusive items and other bonuses. Here are all of the games that […]

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Action Launcher revamp comes with ad-supported searches

Developer Chris Lacy didn’t mince words when explaining why he’s using this model: revenue is down. While the situation isn’t dire, this could provide a “supplementary” source of income that doesn’t depend on sneaky behavior or asking fans to pay for Supporter Packs. Software like Action Launcher needs a steady stream of money to “survive, […]

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Samsung Announces New Galaxy A Series with Upgrades to Essential Features

Galaxy A50 and A30 – Designed for the Way We Connect Today Seoul, Korea – February 25, 2019 – Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today revealed the new Galaxy A Series, beginning with an initial roll-out of two new smartphones, designed to provide industry wide innovations starting from the mid-tier portfolio. The Galaxy A50 and A30 […]

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Samsung Celebrates the Olympic Spirit Through Innovative Experiences at the Samsung Olympic Showcase During the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018

During Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018, Samsung has encouraged young athletes and fans to embrace the Olympic Spirit by participating in a variety of breakthrough and interactive activities powered by its technology at the Samsung Olympic Showcases. The Samsung Olympic Showcases are specifically designed to celebrate the excitement of the Youth Olympic Games, enabling […]

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[Editorial] SDC18: What We Mean by Connected Living – and What That Means for You

At last year’s Samsung Developer Conference, I spoke about connected thinking, and touched on some of the incredible experiences that become possible when we unify connections across devices. Our announcement of SmartThings marked a big step toward creating that seamlessly connected future. So much has happened since then. During the past year, game-changing technologies like […]

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Samsung Electronics Opens Experiential Bixby Studio in Barcelona

Samsung Electronics’ AI platform, Bixby, is expanding its services to European users by supporting four new languages, including British English, German, Italian and Spanish. In order to celebrate this, Samsung is running a bespoke Bixby Studio in Barcelona’s iconic Plaza Catalunya. Open from February 23 through to March 3, Bixby Studio offers visitors the chance […]

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Apple’s services help anchor a company rocked by slow iPhone sales

Competition for Apple in China and Hong Kong has always been stiff, but Apple has had a particularly hard time there lately. While the company only acknowledged the tepid demands for its phones in Greater China earlier this year, the writing has been on the wall for a while now — China’s Huawei, for instance, […]

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Jump in the pool and take your tunes with you with these headphones!

Technology and water don’t usually mix very well, but with more and more devices getting sealed and protected against water, we as consumers are reaping the benefits. While there are tons of headphones for everyday use, if you’re a swimmer who likes to listen to music, a regular pair of headphones can’t follow you into […]

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