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Facebook SDK bug crashed apps like Timehop

A malfunction in Facebook’s Software Development Kit that lets apps add Login With Facebook, sharing, and other features caused apps that integrate it like Timehop to repeatedly crash for about three hours. TechCrunch received a tip that developers were getting tons of user complaints and crash reports starting around noon pacific today due to a problem with the Facebook for iOS SDK. TechCrunch’s testing verified that products like Timehop, Joytunes’ Simply Piano, Momento GIFs, and…

Google Nest camera security flaw allows former owners to observe others’ homes

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This issue, which Google stated has been fixed, gave one former owner the ability to observe the home of the person he sold the camera to. This was possible despite him factory resetting the product.

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Google Nest camera security flaw allows former owners to observe others’ homes

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This issue, which Google stated has been fixed, gave one former owner the ability to observe the home of the person he sold the camera to. This was possible despite him factory resetting the product.

Read more here. Read more…

More about Tech, Google, Mashable Video, Camera, and Security Flaw

Google Nest camera security flaw allows former owners to observe others’ homes

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This issue, which Google stated has been fixed, gave one former owner the ability to observe the home of the person he sold the camera to. This was possible despite him factory resetting the product.

Read more here. Read more…

More about Tech, Google, Mashable Video, Camera, and Security Flaw

Google Nest camera security flaw allows former owners to observe others’ homes

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This issue, which Google stated has been fixed, gave one former owner the ability to observe the home of the person he sold the camera to. This was possible despite him factory resetting the product.

Read more here. Read more…

More about Tech, Google, Mashable Video, Camera, and Security Flaw

Google Nest camera security flaw allows former owners to observe others’ homes

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This issue, which Google stated has been fixed, gave one former owner the ability to observe the home of the person he sold the camera to. This was possible despite him factory resetting the product.

Read more here. Read more…

More about Tech, Google, Mashable Video, Camera, and Security Flaw

Samsung’s Galaxy Fold won’t launch in June, reports claim

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It appears that we’ll have to wait for Samsung’s foldable phone a little while longer. 

According to the Korea Herald, who cites anonymous industry sources (via Engadget), Samsung won’t launch the Fold in June. 

The same outlet wrote about the Fold in early May, saying that Samsung is close to announcing a launch date for the device, but the May has now nearly expired and Samsung was mum on the matter. 

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Samsung’s weirdest Galaxy phone stunt involves AR and secret food menus

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In what might be one of the most bizarre cross-promotions ever, Samsung has teamed up with four UK restaurant chains to give Galaxy phone owners access to special dishes available only on a secret menu.

According to Samsung’s website, anyone who owns one of its Galaxy phones (sorry iPhone friends!), can visit a participating Bill’s, The Breakfast Club, Patty & Bun, or Pizza Pilgrims and use the device to scan an in-restaurant AR code to unlock secret dishes.

SEE ALSO: Samsung has…

Samsung’s weirdest Galaxy phone stunt involves AR and secret food menus

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In what might be one of the most bizarre cross-promotions ever, Samsung has teamed up with four UK restaurant chains to give Galaxy phone owners access to special dishes available only on a secret menu.

According to Samsung’s website, anyone who owns one of its Galaxy phones (sorry iPhone friends!), can visit a participating Bill’s, The Breakfast Club, Patty & Bun, or Pizza Pilgrims and use the device to scan an in-restaurant AR code to unlock secret dishes.

SEE ALSO: Samsung has…

Samsung’s weirdest Galaxy phone stunt involves AR and secret food menus

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In what might be one of the most bizarre cross-promotions ever, Samsung has teamed up with four UK restaurant chains to give Galaxy phone owners access to special dishes available only on a secret menu.

According to Samsung’s website, anyone who owns one of its Galaxy phones (sorry iPhone friends!), can visit a participating Bill’s, The Breakfast Club, Patty & Bun, or Pizza Pilgrims and use the device to scan an in-restaurant AR code to unlock secret dishes.

SEE ALSO: Samsung has…