Update (6/7/16): Evan Blass cleared the air on Monday and said that the “mystery” was solved. The leaked image is showing the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1, not the Galaxy Tab S3.
It’s that time of the month again where Google posts its monthly Android Security Bulletin. The Bulletin for June is rather interesting, as there was a pretty big vulnerability where code could be executed through email, web browsing, and MMS by processing media files.
Stitcher is getting a change of scenery for the second time since October 2014.
After staying under the watch of Deezer for less than two years, Stitcher is on the move once again to a bigger home that really cares about podcasts. The E.W. Scripps Company is spending $4.5 million on Stitcher to fold the service into Midroll Media, its podcast-centric arm.
Demonstrating just how difficult it can be to survive as a company in the smartphone market, OnePlus has decided to focus all efforts on their line of smartphones – including the forthcoming OnePlus 3 – at the expense of other initiatives. This decision means the company has scrapped plans to release a long rumored smartwatch device. Read more
T-Mobile Tuesdays was introduced during the Un-carrier 11 launch event in New York City on Monday afternoon. The program rewards T-Mobile customers with free gifts every week along with special prizes. And it’s all because the carrier wants to express gratitude for receiving help from customers in its journey to reshape the wireless industry.
Because the program goes live on June 7, the T-Mobile Tuesdays app is ready to be downloaded and installed from Google Play.
The Priv seemed like BlackBerry’s last effort to fight back into a market that left the company for dead, but at first glance, things looked pretty positive. Sales weren’t knocking Samsung and Apple out, but the Priv seemed to hold its own.
According to AT&T, though, that may not be entirely true. Read more
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Active is an exclusive device for AT&T customers. Only those who belong to AT&T can purchase the ultra-durable phone that doesn’t give up the high-end specifications we’re used to with the Galaxy S7. Samsung kept the high resolution display, snappy processor, and a versatile camera. The real difference between the Galaxy S7 Active and the Galaxy S7 is design as the former is ready for drops and spills of all types, and Samsung raised the battery capacity up to 4000mAh.
Hit the break for the spec sheet.