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New details have emerged about the different models and technical features of the Samsung Galaxy Watch7, which is expected to be released this summer.

South Korean technology giant Samsung will hold its annual event called Galaxy Unpacked in early July. This event, where the company will introduce its new products and services, will witness the launch of many highly anticipated products. One of the devices to be introduced at this year’s Galaxy Unpacked event will be the company’s new smart watch, Samsung Galaxy Watch7.

Although we are only a few months away from the release of the Samsung Galaxy Watch7, the first details about this smart watch have already started to arrive. If you remember, a recent leak revealed that there would be three different models in the Galaxy Watch7 series. While a new leak this week confirms this information, it also reveals new details about the technical features of the smart watch. provided.

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All three models in the Samsung Galaxy Watch7 series will use Samsung’s Exynos W940 chipset. This new chipset, built on 3nm chip technology, will consume 50 percent less energy compared to its predecessor. This will significantly increase the battery life of smart watches.

Samsung will not only double the battery life, but also double the internal storage. According to the latest information, the internal storage space of the models in the Galaxy Watch7 series will be 32 GB. This will allow users to be more comfortable in matters such as listening to music offline and using various applications without an internet connection.

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Google Pixel Buds Pro 2 features started to become clear

Previous information revealed that Google was working on a new version of Pixel Buds Pro, which will be released in 2022. Now it has been revealed that the Google Pixel Buds Pro 2 has received the two certifications required for its release.

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Previous information revealed that Google was working on a new version of Pixel Buds Pro, which will be released in 2022. Now it has been revealed that the Google Pixel Buds Pro 2 has received the two certifications required for its release.

Thus, while the release of the device was finalized, information about some of its features also emerged. It turns out that the charging case of Google Pixel Buds Pro 2 is listed with the model number GH8tQ in UL Demko and Safety Korea certifications. UL Demko certification shows that the case has a 650mAh Li-ion battery capacity. It shows that it is 30 mAh higher than the previous version, which was 620mAh. Google says TWS headphones will be available for 31 hours when ANC is disabled.

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A photo of the charging box battery unit also appeared in the Safety Korea regulatory filing. It is also stated that support will be received from Chongqing VDL Electronics, a China-based company, as a contract manufacturer.

Google’s annual I/O Developer Conference is next month will happen. The original Pixel Buds Pro was introduced at the same event in May. However, it is not yet known whether Pixel Buds Pro 2 will be introduced at the same event or together with flagship Pixel smartphones in October. We can also expect the Pixel Watch 3 to be introduced alongside the Google Pixel Buds Pro 2.

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Apple Watch X Will Have a New Design

Rumors about Apple never end. Apple Watch X is now at the center of the rumors. Without further ado, let’s see what’s going on.

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Rumors about Apple never end. Apple Watch X is now at the center of the rumors. Without further ado, let’s see what’s going on.

Apple Watch Series 10 or as it is known Apple Watch X A new allegation about him came to the fore. Reportedly, Apple Watch X will have a new and slim design. It is stated that Apple tried various solutions to make the watch thinner. The report also emphasizes that the watch will use an updated OLED display for power efficiency. Apart from these, there are no other details. The last claim coincides with what Mark Gurman said before. Gurman also claimed that Apple Watch X would come with a thin case. Gurman also said that the current band system takes up space for larger batteries and components, and that Apple is looking for solutions to replace the band system.

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For a while, there was news that microLED display technology would be used in the next generation Apple Watch. However, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that Apple canceled and shelved the microLED Apple Watch. According to Kuo, Apple made this decision because microLED does not add significant value to the smart watch and its high production cost.

After Apple’s cancellation decision, many people from the microLED development team were laid off. Currently, there do not appear to be any projects related to microLED. This situation caused a major setback for the Cupertino-based company. As a result, the company wanted to make its products more competitive and go one step ahead of its competitors with new generation display technology. It was also said in old reports that microLED could come to iPhone and iPad after Apple Watch.

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Do Wearable Devices Present a Privacy Risk?

Smartwatches, fitness trackers and other wearable devices have become as commonplace as our mobile phones and tablets. These connected devices do much more than tell the time.

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Smartwatches, fitness trackers and other wearable devices have become as commonplace as our mobile phones and tablets. These connected devices do much more than tell the time.

While wearable devices are entering our daily lives more than ever before, they are also collecting more data and connecting to an increasing number of other smart systems.

It is useful to understand these potential security and privacy risks in advance. Threatening There are many ways for actors to monetize attacks against smart wearable devices and the related application and software ecosystem.

They can intercept and manipulate data and passwords and unlock lost or stolen devices. There are also potential privacy concerns about secretly sharing personal data with third parties.

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Where do wearable device ecosystems fall short?

The device you plug in is only part of the picture. In fact, there are multiple elements, from the device’s software to the protocols it uses to connect to its application and back-end cloud servers. All are vulnerable to attack if security and privacy have not been properly taken into account by the manufacturer. Here are a few of them:

Bluetooth: Bluetooth Low Energy is often used to pair wearable devices with your smartphone. However, over the years, numerous security vulnerabilities have been discovered in the protocol. These vulnerabilities could allow close-range attackers to crash devices, spy on information, or manipulate data.

Devices: Often the software on the device is vulnerable to external attacks due to bad programming. Even the best designed watch is ultimately made by humans and therefore may contain coding errors. These can lead to privacy leaks, data loss, and more. Additionally, weak authentication/encryption on devices can mean that they are subject to interception and eavesdropping. Users should also be aware of shoulder surfers when viewing sensitive messages/data on their wearable devices in public places.

Applications: Smartphone apps connected to wearable devices are another attack route. They can be poorly written and full of security vulnerabilities, revealing access to user data and devices. Another risk is that applications and even users are careless about data. You may accidentally download fake apps designed to look like legitimate apps and enter your personal information into them.

Back servers: As mentioned, providers’ cloud-based systems can store device information, including location data and other details. This presents a tempting target for attackers. There’s not much you can do about this other than choosing a reputable provider with a good track record in security.

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Tips for keeping wearable devices safe

  • Be careful to choose reputable wearable device providers.
  • Take a close look at the privacy and security settings to make sure they are configured correctly.
  • Change settings to prevent unauthorized pairing.
  • Turn on two-factor authentication.
  • Password protect lock screens.

Protect your smartphone:

  • Only use legal app stores
  • Keep all software updated
  • Never jailbreak/root devices
  • Limit app permissions
  • Install reputable security software on the device

Protect your smart home:

  • Don’t sync wearables to your front door
  • Take care to keep devices on the guest Wi-Fi network
  • Update all devices to the latest firmware
  • Make sure all device passwords have been changed from factory default settings
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