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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
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That Insanely Complicated Social Media Marketing Graphic Just Got Updated

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In May, we showed you LUMA Partners' incredibly complicated graphic representing the social media marketing ecosystem. The chart, created by LUMA CEO Terence Kawaja, is one of a bunch that shows how money flows through the dozens of companies that interact in the social media marketing business. It's overwhelming to...
That Insanely Complicated Social Media Marketing Graphic Just Got Updated

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
Kodak loses patent case against Apple, again, then appeals, again

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
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Call for Ray Bradbury to be honoured with internet error message

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A new status code to reflect internet censorship could be named after Ray Bradbury's most famous novel, Fahrenheit 451Ray Bradbury's fiction looks set to enter the structure of the internet, after a software developer has proposed a new HTTP status code inspired by Fahrenheit 451.Tim Bray, a fan of Bradbury's...
Call for Ray Bradbury to be honoured with internet error message

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
Galaxy Note II security flaw lets intruders gain full device access

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Insync, A Google Drive Client For Power Users & Businesses, Exits Beta With Pro Features & Pricing Plans

Now out of beta, Insync is a feature-rich syncing service built for Google Drive power users

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After 15 months in public beta, Singapore-Philippines cloud document specialist Insync has released its first full version, complete with a range of features built to appeal to power users of Google Drive, Google Apps and Gmail. We first covered the startup — which is backed by LinkedIn CEO Reid Hoffman, Joi...
Now out of beta, Insync is a feature-rich syncing service built for Google Drive power users

Smartphone Rental Startup Handy Expands Out Of Hong Kong

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Handy, a smartphone rental service out of Hong Kong, has launched operations in Singapore. The company offers smartphones for rent to travelers at $9 (HKD 68) a day—$12 (S$15) a day in Singapore—and the price includes unlimited 3G data and international calls. The Handy brand comes under its CEO, Terence...
Smartphone Rental Startup Handy Expands Out Of Hong Kong

Rethinking Deals in Online Ad Space

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IAB recently gave a rosy update on the online advertising market for 2010 and beyond. Among the topline numbers, in Q409, the industry was back to hitting another quarterly record with $6.3 billion spent. In light of that, Terence Kawaja, Managing Director of GCA Savvian Advisors, gave a presentation...
Rethinking Deals in Online Ad Space

Samsung plays down copy-paste bug

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Smartphone giant breaks eight-month silence to say that copy-paste bug which causes reset is 'extremely rare' and 'easily prevented' - without detailsSamsung has finally responded to user and developer complaints about problems caused by a copy-paste bug in its TouchWiz software that it puts on top of Android - but...
Samsung plays down copy-paste bug

Samsung lock screen bug manifests again on Note II, S III

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Work continues on the depth of the Samsung branch of Android's lock screen flaws. Blogger Terence Eden warns again that yet another lock screen bug can allow malicious users to completely bypass the lock screen through the use of third party apps, affecting pattern unlocks, PIN code screens, and face...
Samsung lock screen bug manifests again on Note II, S III

Lock Screen Security Hole Found On Some Android-Powered Samsung Galaxy Phones

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Remember that nasty little iOS 6 lockscreen bug that let hackers access apps on any iPhone with a few smooth moves? Well, fresh on the heels of yesterday’s iOS update that squashed the problem, another security researcher has found a similar issue on Samsung’s Android smartphones. Terence Eden claims...
Lock Screen Security Hole Found On Some Android-Powered Samsung Galaxy Phones
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