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Researchers able to hack into Samsung, LG smartwatches

Smartwatches may not be as ubiquitous now as smartphones and tablets, but they are already slowly seeping their way into our digital consciousness. Most users are secure in the knowledge that the information and data that gets transmitted from their smartphones to their wearables are encrypted and secure. Well, you might rethink that, particularly if you're using an LG and Samsung smartwatch, as a group of researchers were able to hack into it as part of their study and experiment on encryption.

Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime Value Edition spotted, coming very soon

The next Galaxy Grand Prime is arriving soon. This can be expected almost every year and especially after Samsung has introduced the latest premium flagship phone. We've seen the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge already so we're interested to know when the new Galaxy Grand Prime will be available. This particular phone is popular because of the impressive features and the very affordable price tag that come with it.

AirDroid v3.1.3 update released, now supports Samsung devices

During the last update in January, AirDroid finally received support for Android 5.0 Lollipop. That was a month after the AirDroid 3 was officially released and after months of being in the works. The update was very much welcome but unfortunately for some Samsung devices, it was not made available to the owners. The developers have been trying to improve the app, especially the AirMirror feature, and finally, it now supports Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to reportedly have USB Type-C port

With feedback on their new flagships, the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge at a high, there is pressure now on Samsung to deliver an even better phablet soon. People are eagerly awaiting the Galaxy Note 5 that will reportedly be unveiled at the IFA 2015 in Berlin this September, but as early as now there rumors and speculation flying around. One of the strongest is that the new Note will carry a USB Type-C port instead of the usual microUSB 2.0 port.

Samsung to convince you to buy the Galaxy S6 edge in 60 seconds

Can you tell people what are your product's best selling points in just 60 seconds to convince them to buy it? Well, apparently, with the ever shortening attention span of people, that's what you'll get to keep their attention. Samsung released another promotional video, this time briefly talking about the features of their Galaxy S6 edge. Rumors of poor sales despite great reviews have been plaguing the OEM, and so it's time to bring out more marketing "big guns".

Unannounced Samsung Galaxy Tab E shows up in Taiwan

In Q1 of 2015, Samsung started copyrighting Galaxy Tab letters like crazy – that included copyrights for Galaxy Tab A, Tab J, and Tab E. Lo and behold, we are getting noises from over in Taiwan of a previously unannounced tablet which appeared in a catalogue under the name Samsung Galaxy Tab E.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active set to launch with AT&T

For the third straight year, US mobile carrier AT&T will be the exclusive retailer of the outdoors-y rugged version of Samsung’s flagship – and this year it is the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active. Timing it generally for a summer launch – when people usually go outdoors for camping trips and beach vacations – Samsung is giving us a not-so-heavily-armored version this year, but with all the usual resistances still embedded.

Club Samsung to cease existing by July 10

While the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge have been making waves (at least marketing wise) in the market, there are still some things that Samsung may have been doing wrong. One of those is in creating "exlusive software" that haven't really picked up and have eventually closed shop. The latest failed experiment is Club Samsung, launched almost two years ago in India, and starting July 10 this year, it will no longer exist in the digital sphere.
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