Become a web application pro with the help of Mean stack training

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Samsung said to deactivate defective Note 7 devices if not exchanged

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Update, September 12: Samsung issued a statement to regarding the deactivation report. From the website:

“The firm’s official line is that this isn’t happening. We’ve reached out to Samsung and been told that this is not something the company has stated, and that all official guidance will be published on its website.”

The wording of the response, which is rather unclear, leaves some room for interpretation. Samsung denied that it stated it would deactivate devices, which is true, but doesn’t technically contradict the Redditor’s report. We’ll keep you posted.

Original post, September 11: The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is a hot device right now, and we don’t mean that only in the good way. The Korean manufacturer had to issue a recall due to risk of malfunction and fire. Chances are you don’t want to risk your handset blowing up, but what happens if you just want to hold on to your current handset and live on the wild side?

According to French Redditor LimboJr, Samsung representatives mentioned during a phone call that they will be taking matters into their own hands, ensuring there are no defective Galaxy Note devices out there. It seems the phone maker plans to remotely deactivate all affected smartphones by September 30th, which means you will have to get it exchanged… or live with an amazingly expensive paper weight.

Keep in mind this is how Samsung is handling things in France, though, and it does seem to be a little different depending on the market. Regardless, you should be able to get a replacement, along with a prepaid parcel to ship the old phone free of charge. We also know some people are getting free Gear VR headsets and gift cards, so check with your retailer or carrier for more details.

We say it is only fair that customers get a little something for the inconvenience. Galaxy Note 7 replacement won’t be shipping until the 19th, which means users will be left without a phone for plenty of days.

Regardless, the feds have recommended that you power your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices down until you get a new one. You definitely don’t want it to blow up on you.

Huawei Mate 9 with dual 20MP cameras and Kirin 960 rumored for December launch

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Although a release is still likely a few months away, reports from China have already begun discussing likely components and designs for the Huawei Mate 9. What’s perhaps most interesting about these early rumors is that they point to a handset powered by the company’s next generation processing package and a high resolution dual rear camera configuration.

According to the rumor, the Mate 9 will be the first smartphone powered by HiSilicon’s Kirin 960 processor. Huawei’s Mate series has often be used to debut the company’s latest mobile processor technology. Unfortunately we don’t know anything official about this chip right now, although it will likely feature four Cortex-A73 cores and four lower power Cortex-A53s in a familiar big.LITTLE design. The chip is also expected to be manufactured on TSMC’s 16nm process, just like its predecessor, but the new CPU cores could allow for higher clock speeds.

The dual camera configuration is said to be built from two high resolution 20 megapixel sensors. It’s not clear if Huawei will be building on the P9’s monochrome 12 megapixel camera design, although this is the anticipated layout, or if the company will by trying something new for the Mate 9. The cameras are also rumored to come with optical image stabilization technology this time around. Oddly enough, this rumor was accompanied by a picture of a modified Mate 8, so treat its legitimacy with some scepticism.

The Huawei Mate 8 launched back in November last year, while the Mate 7 appeared in October. Some analysts are predicting that the Mate 9 will make an appearance in December, so it might just be best to expect a release sometime mid way though the fourth quarter.

Samsung might drop the flat display for the Galaxy S8

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Samsung has apparently been weighing up whether or not to completely ditch flat screen panels for its future generations of Galaxy S flagships. According to the latest tip from industry sources, the company may opt solely for the edge display as early as the Galaxy S8.

This isn’t the first time that we’ve heard this rumor. Last month, Samsung’s Koh Dong-jin stated that the company has been considering whether or not to use the edge display as a key identifier of the Galaxy S lineup. However, he did not commit to making a decision about the flat-display model in time for the Galaxy S8. The fact that Samsung can differentiate the user experience through its new edge display software functions is one of the leading arguments for removing the flat screen option.

However, it may be sales data that is finally tipping the balance in favor of the edge variant. This generation, the Galaxy S7 edge sold in greater numbers than the flat-screen model. The same may have also been the case with the S6 edge, had Samsung not run into display supply issues soon after launch. Samsung has also been testing the water with a curved-only model with the Galaxy Note 7. Although the mass recall now may make it harder to judge any sales impact that only offering one display type may have had.

According to the industry sources, the company is already procuring two different display sizes for the Galaxy S8 from Samsung Display. Interestingly, and perhaps confusingly, Samsung may still offer two Galaxy S8 models at 5.1 and 5.5-inch sizes, but both offering dual-edge displays. Such a decision may turn some consumers off, but perhaps the unique marketing opportunities of its edge display technology will help Samsung reach new consumers.

Samsung launches its Galaxy Folder 2 flip-phone

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There isn’t much that we don’t already know about Samsung’s new Galaxy Folder 2, after the large number of leaks that appeared over the last month. Still, the handset is finally here, offering up something new for what remains of the flip-phone crowd.

The hardware specifications are nothing to write home about, but modern flip phones have never been about the latest and greatest pieces of tech. The phone does however offer Android Marshmallow out of the box, and comes with a reasonable looking camera configuration.

The Galaxy Folder 2 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor and 2GB of RAM. There’s also 16GB of internal storage combined with a microSD card that supports 128GB of additional space. The phone features a 3.8-inch TFT LCD display with a WVGA (800×480) resolution. There’s also a 1950mAh battery, a 5 megapixel front facing camera, and an 8 megapixel rear camera.

Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 preshot

It’s highly unlikely that we will see the Galaxy Folder 2 ship outside of China, but the company hasn’t announced any regional or pricing details just yet.

PayPal, MasterCard Reach Deal for Store Payments

PayPal, MasterCard Reach Deal for Store Payments

MasterCard Inc said on Tuesday it had expanded its deal with payment processor PayPal Holdings Inc, which would allow customers to use PayPal’s payment services in stores.

PayPal’s partnership follows a similar deal with MasterCard’s larger rival Visa Inc in July as the company looks to expand its payments network.

PayPal will allow users to select a credit or debit card as the default payment method and share data on transactions made through MasterCard’s tap-and-pay feature, which allows the shopper to wave a card or mobile phone over a reader to pay, the companies said in a statement.

As part of the deal, MasterCard will allow PayPal users to withdraw cash from their accounts using a debit card and also waive the digital wallet fee it currently charges PayPal.

The two companies have an existing partnership for co-branded consumer credit cards in the United States and Puerto Rico.

PayPal, spun off from e-commerce company eBay Inc last year, has focused on aggressive growth.

The company’s revenue in the second quarter rose more than 15 percent to $2.65 billion (roughly Rs. 17,595 crores) from a year earlier and the volume of payments it processes jumped 28 percent to $86.21 billion (roughly Rs. 5,72,433 crores).

The partnership with MasterCard was first reported by the Wall Street Journal.

PayPal is also in discussions with banks that issue cards, to explore new products and partnerships, the Journal report said, citing people familiar with the matter.

Shares of PayPal were slightly higher in premarket trading. Up to Friday’s close of $37.07, the stock had risen 2.4 percent this year.

Apple Music for Android Crosses 10 Million Downloads on Google Play

Apple Music for Android Crosses 10 Million Downloads on Google Play

Even though Apple’s music streaming service – Apple Music – came late to the party last year, it has managed to secure a user base for itself. The Android app, which came out of its beta phase just last month after being launched in November last year, has now crossed 10 million downloads on Android.

Apple Music’s achievement makes a strong statement as the streaming service had to compete with already well-established players like Spotify when it was launched by the Cupertino-based tech giant last year in June.

Apple announced at its WWDC event in June that its music streaming service had 15 million subscribed users while Spotify had around 30 million paid users around the same time.

However, In May, Spotify claimed that its service has seen a faster pace of growth since the launch of Apple Music.

Interestingly, Apple has been really generous in providing updates to the Android version of the app and even offers some of the features that are exclusive to Google’s platform.

In February this year, Apple updated its Apple Music for Android app to allow users to save songs offline to their microSD cards, a feature that cannot ever be expected to come to iOS due to the restrictive behaviour of the ecosystem.

Just weeks after surprising everyone with addition of SD card support on Android, in March, the company embraced the difference that exists between its own OS and that of Google once again byintroducing a home screen widget for Apple Music app on Android.

It can be said that the download numbers should act as an encouragement for the company ahead of the release of its next iPhone on Wednesday.

Samsung India to reportedly begin Galaxy Note7 sales and deliveries by end-September

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note7 ( first impressions) on August 2nd, andlaunched it for India on August 11th for Rs 59,900. The phone was supposed to go on sale in the country on September 2nd. However, considering thefiasco the company has found itself in with the new Note, the brand has delayed shipments of the phone in India. This comes soon after the company suspended sales of the Galaxy Note7 worldwide, and announced a globalrecall of the device due to complaints of the battery exploding while charging.
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Samsung is reportedly informing customers who pre-ordered the Galaxy Note7 that delivery of the phone will be delayed. The brand confirmed this in a message to customers who pre-booked the phone, though no reason was given. “Thank you for pre-booking Galaxy Note 7. We regret to inform that delivery of your Galaxy Note 7 is being delayed. We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience. You can be assured that we are working hard to deliver your Galaxy Note 7 to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding,” reads the message.

According to a report by Times of India, the company will begin sales and deliveries of the Note7 in India by the end of the month. The report also adds that Samsung will offer added benefits of around Rs 6,500 to Galaxy Note7 buyers in the country. These will include a free accessory worth around Rs 1,500, the new Gear VR headset (which was earlier being offered at a discounted rate), and free VR content worth Rs 3,000.

The Galaxy Note7 went on sale in 10 countries a couple of weeks ago. The company recalled all 2.5 million units of the phone that were shipped in all the markets they went on sale. Replacing these phones will cost the company nearly $1 billion. The faulty batteries on the affected Note7 units were manufactured by the South Korean tech giant’s own SDI subsidiary. Reports out of Korea (via SamMobile) are suggesting that the brand has now decided to stop using Samsung SDI’s batteries in the Note7. Earlier this month, the brand started selling the phone in China, which packs in a battery supplied by Hong Kong-based Amperex Technology.

Uttar Pradesh government plans to distribute free ‘Samajwadi smartphones’ to low-income residents

In a bid to capture the attention of the voters for the impending elections next year in the state, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Monday announced that the government plans to distribute free smartphones to its residents under its new ‘Samajwadi Smart Phone Yojana’ scheme. However, there is a catch – not everyone is eligible to get one.

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In order to be eligible for a free smartphone, the resident has to be above 18 years of age as on January 1st, 2017, should have passed high school minimum, and the cumulative family income should be less than Rs 2 lakh a year. Moreover, employees of the state government and their kids won’t be eligible for the offer. To apply for the ‘Samajwadi Smart Phone Yojana’ scheme one has to upload a scanned copy of the high school certificate for proof.

The online registrations for the same are expected to start sometime next month, tentatively. The Samajwadi party believes that it can cut out corruption by making the entire process of booking the phone online, with registered users getting timely updates by SMS. While interested candidates can pre-order for the smartphone after a month, the distribution of the same will begin only in the second half of 2017; indicating that the incumbent Samajwadi party leader hopes to win the elections next year.

The details of the smartphone itself are not available at the moment, but an official told IANS that the phone will be equipped with “latest modern technology and it will have all the facilities of a modern smartphone.” Additionally, an app installed in the phone will include audio, video and textual information about the state government. The information will include latest rates of agricultural products, details of the best practices for agriculture, and weather updates too. It will also have information about jobs and vacancies, reading material for students, and entrance exam results. Small time business people will also benefit from the app because it is expected to include information about loans and other financial assistance. Users will also be able to share feedback to the government using the app.

Interestingly, this new smartphone scheme is similar to the free laptops that the Samajwadi party distributed returned to power in 2012 in Uttar Pradesh. Yadav’s government had distributed close to 18 lakh laptops at the time. However, it wasn’t without its fair share of controversy. One of which, was the fact that the government ended up owing crores to HP, the company that actually supplied the laptops.

It should also be noted that Yadav’s scheme is not a first-of-its-kind state policy in India. This year, similarly, the DMK party in Tamil Nadu claimed to offer free smartphones to poor families. Furthermore, the same party manifesto also stated that it would waive off education loans, tablets and laptops with 3G/4G connections and 10 GB per month download option for 16 lakh students.

Philips Hue motion sensor makes smart home lighting even more convenient

Philips Lighting is adding even more sci-fi-like features to its Hue line of smart lighting. The company just announced a new motion sensor that can integrate with your lights for no-touch activation. If you walk into a room, the sensor is supposed to detect your presence and turn on the lights in about half a second.


The Philips Hue motion sensors will sell for $40 each when they roll out in October. Philips says you can connect up to 12 motion sensors to your Philips Hue bridge, and there’s no complex set-up for the battery-powered wireless devices.

The sensors have a detection angle of 100 degrees (vertical and horizontal), and a range around 16 feet, as reported by Engadget in their “hands-on” with the new devices.

The motion sensors also come with the ability to detect daylight. If there’s already enough light in the room the motion sensor won’t activate the smart bulbs for you.

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Adjusting light sensitivity for the motion sensor in the Philips Hue app.

To make sure the motion sensors also don’t leave you in the dark, you can set them to automatically turn off the lights in specific rooms after the sensor fails to detect movement for a certain period of time. You can set a longer period for the bedroom, for example, while the bathroom might have a shorter duration. The lights dim before turning off, too, giving you a chance to wave at the motion sensor before you’re engulfed in darkness.

The impact on you at home: Motion sensors for your interior lights have some pretty obvious advantages. No more fumbling for a switch in the dark, for example, or doing the old shoulder switch flip when your hands are full. You just walk into the room or hallway and the lights are on. A motion sensor can also go a long way to keeping unused lighting off when it’s not needed. That in turn saves you the hassle of harassing family members who seem incapable of turning off a light—not to mention a few kilowatt hours on your energy bill.