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Samsung’s First Android Go Smartphone Now Revealed Through Official User Manual

  Samsung’s first Android Go smartphone has been a part of rumours for some time now. But now, Samsung has revealed the handset itself by posting its user manual in Russia. The user manual shows the model number of the unannounced smartphone as SM-J260F. It also reveals the presence of a removable battery pack and Android Go apps, including Files Go, Maps… Read More »

WhatsApp Business Tipped to Allow Product Showcase Through a Catalogue

WhatsApp Business is reportedly adding a feature to let businesses offer an online catalogue of their products. While WhatsApp is yet to announce the new development, a screenshot showing the online catalogue feature has emerged online to reveal its existence. It could give a boost to the user base of the business-focused app that already has over three million active users. Last… Read More »

Walabot is a cool gizmo that lets you see through walls with your smartphone

Ever thought about using your smartphone to see through walls? It’s possible now, thanks to a gizmo called Walabot. Designed by a company in Israel, Walabot is a 3D imaging sensor that mounts to your phone’s back panel via a magnetic attachment. It detects pipes (metal and plastic), electrical wires, studs, and (presumably) the mummified remains of whatever… Read More »

Samsung SM-W2017 passes through the FCC, 2,300mAh battery inside

Samsung, remaining committed to keeping the clamshell phone alive, launched the Folder 2in China a month ago, but the company is also working on a high-end model to succeed the China-only W2016 from last year. Reports have come in detailing several aspects of the new device (internal designation SM-W2017, codename ‘Veyron’) with a Zauba listing pointing towards 4.2-inch… Read More »

Malware authors quickly adopt SHA-2 through stolen code-signing certificates

Malware pushers have adapted to new Windows restrictions on files signed with SHA-1-based digital certificate As the IT industry is working to phase out the aging SHA-1 hashing algorithm it’s not just website owners and software developers who are scrambling to replace their digital certificates: Cybercriminals are following suit too. Researchers from Symantec have recently found new samples… Read More »