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  1. Everything we think we know about the Samsung Galaxy S10 Leaks abound, but there still might be some surprises We’re just a few days away from Samsung’s giant 10th anniversary Galaxy S10 event on February 20th, and it’s looking like it’ll be one of the biggest phone announcements Samsung has ever made. Fortunately, given that we live in a world where leaks are plentiful and manufacturers aren’t even trying to keep secrets anymore, we already know a ton about Samsung’s new phones. So if you can’t wait for the official announc
  2. Samsung Galaxy S10 facial recognition fooled by a video of the phone owner There's a reason why Samsung tells users to avoid using facial recognition screen locking on Galaxy S10 smartphones. Experts have proven once again that facial recognition on modern devices remains hilariously insecure and can be bypassed using simple tricks such a
  3. Use a Windows Phone Continuum Dock for DeX on Samsung Galaxy S10 One of the greatest features of Windows 10 Mobile devices was Continuum, which technically made it possible for a smartphone to become a fully-featured PC when connected to a larger screen. Continuum debuted on the Lumia 950 XL, Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 Mobile flagship announced in October 2015, and it required a small dock or adapter that was responsible for the whole magic. Basically, with such a device arsenal, Windows 10 Mobile turned into a more capable operating system that allowed you to
  4. Samsung Galaxy S10 Said to Break Down Android Auto If you just bought a Samsung Galaxy S10 and Android Auto is no longer working in your car, you’re not alone. Because as it turns out, this is one of the widespread issues experienced by those who purchase the new Galaxy S10, with a discussion thread on Samsung’s community forumsindicating there are actually plenty of customers who can no longer use the phone with their cars. The errors that users encounter vary from one case to another, but most of the complains indicate that Android Auto no longer starts when con
  5. Bing Ads delivers first ever 3D ads to desktop search, for Samsung Galaxy S10 Microsoft is getting ready to test something new on Bing for desktop users—3D ads (via Search Engine Land). To start, the company has partnered with Samsung to give users a 3D rendering of its newest S10 series of phones, as well renderings for the Galaxy S9’s for those who search for them. It’s certainly an interesting way to target ads, nonetheless, and a method Microsoft says is exclusive to their platform. We’re not able to see the ads on our end, but the gist
  6. I might have written about its availability a few times, but until today I had never actually seen Ubuntu 16.04 LTS running on a Samsung smartphone. Don’t panic, you haven’t missed any major announcements and Samsung hasn’t started to sell phones with Ubuntu pre-loaded. I’m instead referring to the “Linux on DeX” development experience. DeX is nifty bit of software tech that lets (select) Samsung devices running Android drive a more traditional “desktop” experience when connected to an external monitor, keyboard and mouse. “Turn your Galaxy devices into a PC
  7. Samsung Galaxy S10 Fingerprint Reader Hacked with Insanely Easy Trick Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor that’s directly embedded into the glass, an approach which the South Korean phone maker says is not only convenient, but also super-secure. And while I already discussed the convenience factor in my Galaxy S10 review here, the security claim has recently been challenged by redditor darkshark9, who wanted to see just how easy it is to beat the fingerprint sensor. And as it turns out, it doesn’t take more than a few minutes, and it all
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