“Samsung is once again in hot water for a shoddy biometrics implementation. This time the culprit is the Galaxy S10 and its ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint reader, which apparently can be unlocked by anyone as long as there is a screen protector or some other piece of transparent plastic between a finger and the sensor.”
Source : Anyone can fingerprint unlock a Galaxy S10—just grab a clear phone case | Ars Technica
“No such luck with the iPhone X, though. Apple’s investment in its tech – which saw the company work with a Hollywood studio to create realistic masks to test Face ID – has clearly paid off. It was impossible to break in with the model. Microsoft appeared to have done a fine job too. It’s new Windows Hello facial recognition also didn’t accept the fake head as real. Little surprise the two most valuable companies in the world offer the best security.”
Source : We Broke Into A Bunch Of Android Phones With A 3D-Printed Head
“Sadly, it’s nothing new that smartphone companies use DSLR photos to fake phone camera’s capabilities. Samsung did it before, so did Huawei. And I believe many more brands do it, we just haven’t found out about it yet. I’m pretty sure that Samsung at least bought my photo legally, even though I haven’t received the confirmation of it. But regardless, this is false advertising.”
Source : Samsung used my DSLR photo to fake their phone’s “portrait mode” – DIY Photography
“Le 13 novembre 2018, la Commission de la concurrence a ouvert une enquête contre plusieurs instituts financiers suisses. L’objet de la procédure concerne des soupçons de boycott des solutions de paiement mobile d’offreurs internationaux comme Apple Pay et Samsung Pay.”
Source : La Comco ouvre une enquête contre des instituts financiers suisses
Replace sticky bombs with a Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
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With 17.2% of the smartphone market in 2015, Apple captured 91% of the profit. Samsung, with 23.9% of the market, took 14% of the profit.
Source : Apple Sucks the Profit Out of Mobile – Fortune