AT&T has started rolling out a new firmware update for the Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) on its network. The entry-level handset was released last year and many who own it have been waiting to get a taste of Nougat on their handset. The wait is finally over for them. AT&T has now released the Android 7.1.1 Nougat for the Galaxy J3 (2016) on its network.
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Samsung today announced the launch of a new multi-purpose cellular IoT tracking device called Samsung Connect. It’s similar in function to a lot of trackers out there that you can use to keep an eye on things like handbags, wallets, and even on your pets. The company calls its Connect Tag a new way to keep track of loved ones, valuables, and more.
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The Google Wi-Fi router is a great option for those who want an effortless setup experience as well as advanced controls. Google continues to add new features to provide more value for money to customers who are using the Google Wi-Fi router. The company today announced that it’s adding a site blocking feature to the router, one that’s really going to appeal to families with kids.
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Senior Apple executive Eddy Cue has confirmed that the company is developing Apple Pay for India. It’s going to bring its mobile payments service to one of the most lucrative smartphone markets on the planet. It was only a matter of time before the company did that, given that some competing mobile payment services are already operating in India.
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Researchers recently revealed a critical Wi-Fi vulnerability that affects all modern Wi-Fi networks. The vulnerability can enable attackers to eavesdrop on Wi-Fi traffic between devices and wireless access points. They can even use the vulnerability in some cases to inject malicious code into websites. Tech companies are now taking steps to ensure that their customers remain safe as word of this exploit continues to spread across the globe.
Read full post →Critical Wi-Fi Vulnerability Has Already Been Patched By Microsoft



OnePlus has been testing Android 8.0 Oreo beta firmware for its handsets but it’s yet to confirm precisely when the major Android update will be released publicly for compatible smartphones. OnePlus CEO Carl Pei was recently asked on Twitter when the company intended to release Android 8.0 beta for OnePlus. His response was that the beta update is going to be out “soon.”
Read full post →OnePlus 5 Oreo Beta Update Release Due Soon



Samsung normally launches its new Galaxy A handsets early on in the new year and it’s expected to do that in 2018 as well. There have already been some rumors and reports about the Galaxy A (2018) lineup and today purported renders of two upcoming models have been leaked online. They provide us with a glimpse of the design of Samsung’s premium mid-range handsets.
Read full post →Samsung Galaxy A5 And Galaxy A7 (2018) Renders Leaked



Apple is going to start taking pre-orders for its flagship iPhone X later this month before the handset is released in November. Countless reports have suggested that the device will be available in extremely limited numbers at launch due to production issues with some crucial components. According to a new report, Apple’s primary manufacturing partner Foxconn has sent out the first shipment of the iPhone X. The first shipment reportedly contains just 46,500 units.
Read full post →First iPhone X Shipment Of 46,500 Units Reportedly On Its Way



The vast majority of internet users don’t really worry about Wi-Fi security even though they should, it’s critical in this day and age. Security researchers have discovered a new exploit called KRACK that can take advantage of weaknesses in Wi-Fi security to enable attackers to listen in on the traffic between devices and wireless access points.
Read full post →KRACK Exploit Can Breach Your Wi-Fi Security



If you live the dongle life, you’d be interested to know that Google has cut the price of the USB-C to headphone jack dongle that it’s selling via its online store. The company released a new USB-C to 3.5mm dongle recently after unveiling the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. The company’s new smartphones don’t feature a standard headphone jack so users will require the dongle. Google was previously asking too high a price for the dongle and it hasn’t taken the company long to realize that it needed to cut the price.
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