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Samsung Trade-In Offer for Galaxy S7

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Samsung Gulf Electronics is offering existing Galaxy smartphone owners a unique opportunity to trade-in to the all-new Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, in the color of their choice, for as little as AED 1,099. The offer is valid for owners of Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy Note edge, Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy S5, at all Samsung brand shops and Axiom stores across the UAE.

With the offer that runs till 11 June 2016, the phones will be bundled with a variety of offers. For sports enthusiasts and movie addicts, the bundle will have a year’s worth of free subscription to the beIN Sports Connect mobile application and a six month SHAHID PLUS subscription. Set to up your lifestyle by opening access to an array of five-star luxury resorts and restaurants, the phones are preloaded with over AED 390,000 worth of international benefits in the form of the Galaxy Entertainer App.

Compatible with the Gear VR and a range of gamepads, six exclusive games are also part of the package, worth of USD 65. Buyers also receive 12-month coverage for one-time accidental damage to the screen, offered at a special rate of AED 200.

The older devices will be graded on their condition as Grade A or Grade B. For example, you would need to pay only AED 1,099 for the Galaxy S7 when trading in a Grade A Galaxy Note5 64GB Dual SIM phone while those holding a 64 GB Galaxy S6 edge+ (64 GB) can upgrade for AED 1384; with prices differing depending on the make and model. Store personnel will also assist customers with moving all their data from their existing devices to the Galaxy S7 edge.

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WhatsApp Now Transcribes Voice Messages on Android

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Calling all Android users who dread lengthy voice messages: rejoice! WhatsApp is rolling out voice message transcription to its beta app.

This feature, already available for iOS users since May 2024, is now part of the WhatsApp Beta version 2.24.15.5 for Android. It automatically converts voice messages into text, making it easier and faster to understand conversations.

Currently, transcriptions are supported in five languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, and Hindi, with more languages promised in the future. Users opting in will need to download an additional data package to ensure all transcripts are generated directly on their devices, maintaining message privacy.

This update brings Android users closer to iOS users in terms of features and highlights WhatsApp’s commitment to improving the overall user experience.

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Apple Detects Spyware Targeting iPhones in Multiple Countries

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Apple has issued a second spyware attack warning to iPhone users in 98 countries, raising concerns about the growing threat to mobile security. This follows a similar alert in April targeting users in 92 countries.

While specific details about the latest attacks remain under wraps, the alert serves as a stark reminder of the evolving threat landscape. India is one confirmed country where users received the notification.

Spyware, a particularly invasive type of malware, can grant attackers complete access to an iPhone, including encrypted messages, audio, and video. The notorious Pegasus spyware from NSO Group is a well-known example.

“Apple detected that you are being targeted by a mercenary spyware attack that is trying to remotely compromise the iPhone associated with your Apple ID -xxx-,” Apple wrote in its new spyware alert.

Adding to the concern, researchers recently revealed the return of LightSpy, a “particularly dangerous” campaign capable of pinpointing a target’s location with “near-perfect accuracy.”

The worrying aspect of these attacks is their ability to exploit “zero-click” vulnerabilities, meaning infection can occur without any user interaction, such as opening a malicious link or attachment.

This highlights the importance of remaining vigilant and following Apple’s security recommendations, which may include updating your device to the latest iOS version.

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Acer Launches Chromebox Mini

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As the digital landscape evolves, businesses are increasingly seeking ways to engage with audiences. Digital signage and interactive kiosks are at the forefront of this trend, with the market expected to reach $30.56 billion by 2028. Acer addresses this demand with mini-PCs designed for digital signage and kiosks. Their Chromebox Mini CXM1 is a secure and reliable mini-PC that can drive up to three displays simultaneously. It’s compact, silent, and features the latest connectivity options like Wi-Fi 6E and Gigabit Ethernet.

Powered by ChromeOS, the Chromebox Mini CXM1 offers fast deployment, automatic updates, and long-term support. Additionally, the cloud-based Google Admin console allows for remote management and customization. The Chromebox Mini CXM1 complements Acer’s existing line-up of digital signage solutions, including Large Format Displays (LFDs). Acer offers LFDs in various configurations, from high-resolution 4K displays to interactive whiteboards. These LFDs seamlessly integrate with the Chromebox Mini CXM1 using a VESA mounting kit.

Acer’s large format displays are designed for consistent performance and stunning clarity. They cater to various needs, including promotional signage, education, and corporate collaboration. With robust management tools and automated security, Acer displays require minimal maintenance, allowing businesses to focus on creating engaging content. Acer’s Chromebox Mini CXM1 and LFDs provide businesses with a comprehensive suite of tools for impactful advertising, information sharing, and customer interaction.

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