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Trump has an iPhone with one app: Twitter

Trump retired his trademark Samsung device in March after taunting Schwarzenegger.

T-Mobile’s “Digits” program revamps the phone number

T-Mobile phone numbers can now be accessed from apps on Android, iOS, and the Web.

Samsung Galaxy Book review: A better TabPro S, but not a...

Still a bit too much compromise, even at just over $1,300.

How good are selfies these days? Good enough to fool Samsung...

Iris-scanner defeated with a camera in night mode, a contact lens, and a printer Chaos Computer Club's "Starbug" has taken a look at the Samsung Galaxy S8's iris-scanning authentication feature and found you can beat it with a photograph.…

Breaking the iris scanner locking Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is laughably easy

The “future standard for phone authenticationrdquo; is not ready for mainstream use.

‘Ultrasecure’ Samsung Galaxy S8 iris scanner can be easily tricked, say...

White-hat hackers in Germany argue it's disturbingly simple to create a 'dummy eye' to dupe the Galaxy S8's biometric security.

Flagship Samsung Chromebook Pro finally gets a release date: May 28

The Intel-powered Chromebook is coming to a website near you for $550.

The state of the car computer: Forget horsepower, we want megahertz!

Linux, Android, and Blackberry's QNX race for control of the dashboard display.

​Samsung: Here’s how we’re securing your smart TV

Samsung wants you to know that it really does take Smart TV security seriously.

ZeniMax sues Samsung over Gear VR tech

Suit says Oculus' Mobile SDK used stolen trade secrets, copyrighted code

Save 56% on Samsung’s Wireless Charging Pad – Deal Alert

Samsung's EP-PG920IBUGUS Wireless Charging Pad gets 4 out of 5 stars from nearly 8,100 people on Amazon (see reviews), and at a dramatic 56% off you can purchase this one right now for just $17.77 (list price: $39.99). If you have a compatible Galaxy smartphone or other Qi-compatible device (or know somebody who does -- gift alert?), simply lay it down on the pad and it charges quickly via inductive charging. No plugs or wires involved in this transaction.
It appears to be as simple as that, and many recent reviewers on Amazon seem to confirm.
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Google wants to solve the Android update problem once and for...

If therersquo;s one thing we hate about Android phones, itrsquo;s the lack of regular and speedy updates for all but Googlersquo;s own Pixel series. Whenever a new version of Android comes out, even just a small one, it takes LG, Samsung, Sony, HTC, and everyone else months to push out an update to their latest smartphones.

And if you donrsquo;t have a flagship Android smartphone, yoursquo;re lucky to get an update at all.But a major change coming to Android O might make our hand-wringing a thing of the past.[ Android is now ready for real usage in the enterprise. Read InfoWorldrsquo;s in-depth guide on how to make Android a serious part of your business. | Get the best office suite and the 38 best business-worthy apps for your Android device. ] In a post on its developerrsquo;s blog, Google unveiled a sneak peek at Project Treble, which it says is “the biggest change to the low-level system architecture of Android to date.” In a nutshell, it aims to significantly lessen the burden on third-party smartphone manufacturers so they can deliver updates in a timely fashion.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here