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‘Ghimob’ Android Trojan Lets Hackers Make Fraudulent Transactions Remotely

A new banking trojan called Ghimob has reportedly been infecting mobile devices across the world, targeting financial apps from banks, fintechs, exchanges and cryptocurrencies. The remote access trojan (RAT) is said to have been deployed by the same Brazilian hacking syndicate that operates a well-known Latin American banking malware, Guildma. Originally detailed by cyber-security firm, […]
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Google’s Latest App Lets Banks Lock Your Android Device

As modern smartphones continue to become more advanced, the prices of the devices are increasing at an alarming rate. So, in order to help customers, many major smartphone manufacturers like Apple and Samsung provide credit facilities to help them pay the amount as monthly installments. However, for any unexpected circumstances, if you cannot pay an […]
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PUBG will be hosted on Microsoft Azure to ensure privacy and data security

KRAFTON, the parent company of PUBG Corporation, today announced that it will host its portfolio of multiplatform products on Microsoft Azure. PUBG Corporation’s popular multiplayer battle royale PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) on PC and consoles, PUBG MOBILE will be hosted on Microsoft Azure to ensure personal data protection. KRAFTON will also be working with Microsoft to introduce a […]
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Spotify May Soon Launch Podcast Subscription Service

Spotify is reportedly planning to monetize its podcasts by launching a separate subscription service. That’s according to a new survey spotted by Andrew Wallenstein, Chief Media Analyst & President at Variety‘s Intelligence Platform. According to the survey, there are at least four potential subscription models, starting from $2.99 per month to $7.99 per month. In […]
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Sony threatens to sue custom PS5 faceplates company for copyright infringement

Update: Sony has threatened legal action against the custom PS5 faceplates company PlayStation.  Following the accessory company’s reveal last week, Sony has since cracked down on the third-party customisation brand as the hardware manufacturer explained that the creation of PlayStation 5 faceplates are part of the PS5 intellectual property. The legal threats started swiftly. Just […]
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Samsung SmartThings Find will help you quickly find your lost Galaxy devices

Samsung today announced the launch of SmartThings Find, a new service that will help users quickly and easily locate Galaxy devices. After beta testing the SmartThings Find service in Korea, the U.K. and U.S, Samsung is now expanding it globally on devices running Android 8 or later. SmartThings Find uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and ultra-wideband […]
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SmartThings Find Locates Your Lost or Misplaced Galaxy Devices

Samsung has launched SmartThings Find, a new service in SmartThings app to help locate your misplaced or stolen Galaxy devices. The app uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and ultra-wideband (UWB) to locate compatible Galaxy smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and earbuds. In case you’re wondering, SmartThings Find supports Galaxy phones running Android 8 (Oreo) or later, Galaxy […]
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iPhone 12 Mini unboxed on video

Apple’s iPhone 12 Mini is only hitting shelves on the 13th November, but a Romanian YouTuber George Buhnici has already unboxed the 5.4-inch handset. Besides the smaller size, the iPhone 12 Mini is functionally identical to the 6.1 iPhone 12, including the dual camera and lack of LIDAR. It will however retail for significantly cheaper, […]
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Microsoft escalates to Edge taskbar ads

Edge has about 7.5% market share and this has largely changed over the last year. Microsoft has become increasingly desperate about promoting their native browser, including recently having unskippable splash screens when you update your PC. Now in their latest move, Microsoft is adding prompts to your taskbar, encouraging Windows 10 users to try the […]
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