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Samsung Working to Fix Security Flaw on Some of Its Android Devices

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Chain image copyright Evgeny MukhinSamsung said Wednesday that it is working to fix a security flaw related to the lock screen on its Android devices. The flaw, posted on Terence Eden’s website, could allow a user to skip any security measures and open any app. Eden also posted a video...
Samsung Working to Fix Security Flaw on Some of Its Android Devices
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Benchmark's Eisenberg And Face.com's Shochat Raise $120M+ For Aleph, An Early-Stage Fund For Israeli Startups

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Two veteran investors who have been integral in the development of a new generation of Israeli startups are on a mission to reverse a trend in a country that has traditionally favored later-stage and enterprise-skewed venture capital. Benchmark’s Michael Eisenberg and Genesis Partners’ Eden Shochat are teaming up to create...
Benchmark's Eisenberg And Face.com's Shochat Raise $120M+ For Aleph, An Early-Stage Fund For Israeli Startups

Flipboard goes on a hiring binge: 8 new people, including 3 former Hulu execs

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Social magazine Flipboard hired eight new employees this week, including three former Hulu executives. That brings the company’s total head count to 77. Eric Feng joins Flipboard as CTO, reporting to CEO Mike Cue. Feng was the founder of Erly, which let users create webpages for specific events. Before that, he...
Flipboard goes on a hiring binge: 8 new people, including 3 former Hulu execs

Kicksaver Lets You Be Someone’s Last Minute Funding Hero

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The web is awash with Kickstarter success stories. I mean, just look at the success of the TikTok! or Double Fine! or the Pebble! To the casual observer, it may well seem like Kickstarter is something of an Entrepreneur’s Eden, where every last person with a big idea and...
Kicksaver Lets You Be Someone’s Last Minute Funding Hero

Even When Password-Protected, Anyone Can Access Your Samsung Galaxy Phone

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In a video he posted to YouTube, security researcher Terence Eden reveals a way to bypass the lockscreen on Samsung phones and run applications. This is completely reminiscent of an iOS bug from last month that pretty much made the same thing possible on an iPhone. Samsung is aware of...
Even When Password-Protected, Anyone Can Access Your Samsung Galaxy Phone

VIA ARTiGO A1200 lets you roll your own miniscule, fanless PC

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Most ultra-compact, fanless PCs are intended for the embedded market -- that is, not for the proletariat to tinker with directly. VIA's no stranger to serving that crowd, but it's making a point of addressing home users who want this class of PC for DIY projects, like home media...
VIA ARTiGO A1200 lets you roll your own miniscule, fanless PC

A week of sexism in the technology sector highlighted on the web

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It’s been a week of unusual activity for gender politics online. Social media has amplified issues around a few incidents where mistakes were made, people were offended and apologies were issued. But can these networks also help to find solutions as well as shining a light on the problems? The...
A week of sexism in the technology sector highlighted on the web

Eden's Quest: The Hunt for Akua

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Eden's Quest: The Hunt for Akua

Samsung's Android phones affected by another lockscreen bypass, fix is in the works

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Since lockscreen bypass methods are apparently what's hot in the streets, it's no surprise that yet another one has surfaced, this time targeting Samsung's Android phones. A variant of another, earlier uncovered method, this one does not fully unlock the phone by itself, but does provide access to apps...
Samsung's Android phones affected by another lockscreen bypass, fix is in the works

Japan to get seven-inch Eden Tab on February 25

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A new Chinese-made tablet will soon be sold in Japan as the eden Tab. The seven-inch, 1280x800 device will use a dual-core, 1.2GHz processor of an unknown make (though likely a Snapdragon). Android 2.3.3 will be onboard when shipping, though an update to Android 4.0 is already in the pipeline......
Japan to get seven-inch Eden Tab on February 25

Intel's Mooly Eden: 'Voice will do to touch what touch did to keyboards'

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We've spent a big chunk of this morning talking to Intel's Mooly Eden, who showed us through the company's new perceptual computing platform. He's an effusive and passionate speaker who describes himself as one of the company's dreamers and thinks that a user interface revolution is shortly upon us....
Intel's Mooly Eden: 'Voice will do to touch what touch did to keyboards'

Intel's Perceptual Computing demonstrations hands-on (video)

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We've just spent time with Intel's Mooly Eden, who is spearheading the chip maker's push into what it's calling "perceptual computing," which is using natural and intuitive interactions to control your PC. The company has partnered with Creative on a Kinect-esque 3D depth-camera that can be used to control...
Intel's Perceptual Computing demonstrations hands-on (video)

Red-Hot Startup Huddle Is About To Make Your Work A Hundred Times Less Annoying

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Huddle is offering new "Sync" software that's going to save you from a ton of headaches at work when you are trying to share files and work on projects remotely. Huddle is a service for sharing files across a company — so you can work on a document or...
Red-Hot Startup Huddle Is About To Make Your Work A Hundred Times Less Annoying

This Tumblr says what everyone is thinking: I don't want to download your app

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Apps are huge and everyone knows it — Apple alone is about to pass 50 billion app downloads. Unfortunately, there’s a flaw in the “app for everything” ideology: now every single website these days wants to be an app. This is a bad because… Not everything needs to be an app If...
This Tumblr says what everyone is thinking: I don't want to download your app

Samsung branch of Android contains lockscreen bypass bug

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A flaw in Samsung's equivalent to Siri, S-Voice, allows for a very limited workaround of most of Samsung's Android 4.1.1 and 4.1.2 devices. Enthusiast Terence Eden discovered that given a very specific set of circumstances, the devices will allow a miscreant to run apps and dial numbers, even when the...
Samsung branch of Android contains lockscreen bypass bug

Samsung copy bug unfixed after eight months

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Developers and users complaints began only weeks after introduction of Galaxy S III phone but have gone unacknowledged by smartphone giantSamsung has come under fire from developers and users of its Android smartphones and tablets for failing to fix a longstanding bug that crashes any app if the clipboard has...
Samsung copy bug unfixed after eight months

XBMC 12 Frodo enters development, beta releases expected mid-November

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The media player paradise of XBMC 11 Eden has served us well for the majority of the year, but now it's time to move to Middle Earth. XBMC 12 Frodo has entered formal development, bringing with it a feature freeze until the new version is done and dusted. This...
XBMC 12 Frodo enters development, beta releases expected mid-November
No One Wants to Download Your App When They Go to Your Website

I checked in at Back to Eden Bakery Boutique (2217 NE Alberta St) on #Yelp http://bit.ly/8qtpyN

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I checked in at Back to Eden Bakery Boutique (2217 NE Alberta St) on #Yelp http://bit.ly/8qtpyN

Galaxy Note II vulnerability lets attackers (briefly) access home screen apps (video)

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A security flaw discovered by Terrence Eden on the Galaxy Note II with Android 4.1.2 may make that device less secure than you think when it's locked. He discovered that the homescreen can be accessed, albeit it just for a split second, by pressing the "Emergency Call" icon, followed...
Galaxy Note II vulnerability lets attackers (briefly) access home screen apps (video)

Samsung Galaxy handset owners affected by crashes related to clipboard copying bug

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Samsung device owners have discovered a rather odd bug: if you use the copy feature a certain number of times (some say as many as 20), the phone or tablet crashes. Furthermore, affected devices reportedly require a factory reset to properly copy and paste again. The issue, which was discovered...
Samsung Galaxy handset owners affected by crashes related to clipboard copying bug

VIDEO: Time for 'perceptual computing'?

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Mooly Eden of Intel explains why he thinks "perceptual computing" can change our relationship to computers....
VIDEO: Time for 'perceptual computing'?
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7-inch Eden Tab launches in Japan this weekend, could become the Xiaomi tablet

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For those who've been keeping an eye on Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun, you should already know that after the Xiaomi Phone's successful launches (most recently in collaboration with China Telecom), the man's been pondering over whether the Chinese tablet market is worth tapping into. Funnily enough, it turned out...
7-inch Eden Tab launches in Japan this weekend, could become the Xiaomi tablet

I just ousted Matt as the mayor of Eden on the Bay on @foursquare! http://4sq.com/84KxsF

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I just ousted Matt as the mayor of Eden on the Bay on @foursquare! http://4sq.com/84KxsF
XBMC 11.0 'Eden' officially released with AirPlay support and Addon Rollbacks
Cloud call center biz NewVoiceMedia sings its way to $20M in new funds

As Earlybird Lands LinkedIn Co-Founder, Euro VCs Look To The Valley

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Lately a trend has emerged: European VCs putting down more roots in Silicon Valley to take advantage of the current scene and act as a bridge for European companies trying to form local partnerships, and of course as a mechanism for M&A or further funding with US-based VCs. One of...
As Earlybird Lands LinkedIn Co-Founder, Euro VCs Look To The Valley
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