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AT&T says users who are affected by recent cyberattacks are not from company’s servers

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Last week T-Mobile raised the issue after it confirmed the biggest fraud in customer data – its fourth fraud in four years. It has recently emerged that something similar is happening to its rival in charge of the country, AT&T a post on an illegal hacker forum claiming to have customer data from 70 million people, valued at $200,000. But unlike T-Mobile’s response, AT&T says its sample data investigation shows it does not come from the company’s servers.

MarketWatch cited an AT&T email sent to members of the media: “According to our investigation today, the information seen in the online chat does not appear to be from our programs.” The obvious conclusion is that it is possible that data was collected from third-party sources provided access to AT&T’s customer information (which is quite possible), or that the poster at the forum simply creates data and requires a quick payment date.

That could also happen, we are talking about criminals who steal data illegally in order to sell it for the purpose of identity theft. It is not hard to believe that people who say they will be more than just sleeping their way through the air. Now maybe a natural time to do so, soon after the same company confirmed another successful entry of its programs.

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In the same letter, it should also point out that a large telecommunications company has sufficient reasons to, should we, say, “play down” the news that its data security is not true. The only thing we can say for sure is that customer data attacks, as well as the market and culture around them, are not going away anytime soon.

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Pixel boost crucial for Android, Google Search as Samsung, Huawei loom large: Source

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Samsung may have made Google its biggest rival in the smartphone market. Previously, Samsung considered replacing Google with Microsoft’s Bing as the default search engine on Galaxy devices. This attempt by Samsung may have triggered Google to seek Pixel boost for Android and Search.

According to a report, Google managed to achieve a milestone of selling 10 million Pixel devices in 2023. The company sets an ambitious target to exceed 10 million Pixel sales target this year as well. There are multiple motives for Google apart from expanding the smartphone business.

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A source with direct knowledge told Nikkei Asia that keeping Google’s Pixel phone business thriving is important for the sustainability of its search engine and mobile operating system ecosystem when Huawei’s HarmonyOS user base is growing and Samsung attempted to switch default search engine.

[Google Pixel evolves as Europe’s third best-selling flagship]

HarmonyOS is a direct competitor to Google’s Android, which is growing rapidly. Whereas, Samsung is becoming a big threat to Google’s hold on its OS due to the highest number of shipments. We are also seeing Galaxy-exclusive Android features launching over the past two years.

[Google aims to repeat 10 million Pixel shipments streak in 2024]

Apart from this, the US tech giant has also told suppliers to start making its Pixel smartphones in India by the next quarter at the earliest to further diversify its supply chain away from China and capture the booming Indian smartphone market.

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Samsung reveals 11 One UI 6.1 Galaxy AI features coming to S23, Z Flip/Fold 5 and Tab S9

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It’s a big day for Samsung fans waiting for the Galaxy AI and One UI 6.1 update. The Galaxy maker not only announced the update’s late March availability but also revealed 11 One UI 6.1 Galaxy AI features that are coming to the Galaxy S23 series, Tab S9 series, S23 FE, Z Flip 5, and Z Fold 5.

Eleven One UI 6.1 Galaxy AI features coming to your Galaxy

Samsung’s update will bring many new AI-derived features to eligible devices. The list includes the ability to adjust message tone and translate messages in 13 different languages using Chat Assist. Besides, Galaxy users can experience the power of real-time interactions through Live Translate.

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With Interpreter, Galaxy users can also engage in spontaneous conversations with locals while traveling as the split-screen feature generates text translations for live conversations. Circle to Search also expands to more Galaxies, which generates intuitive search results with a swift circle-motioned gesture.

The upcoming Note Assist functionality will allow users to create formats, generate summaries, and translate notes. In addition, Samsung Internet’s Browsing Assist enables individuals to stay up to speed faster by generating comprehensive summaries of news articles.

Transcript Assist can also easily transcribe meeting recordings and generate summaries and translations. Through Generative Edit, AI-supported devices can easily resize, reposition, or realign objects in photos to perfect a great shot.

Users can also polish any photo faster and easier than ever with Edit Suggestion. The most interesting feature of Galaxy AI is Instant Slow-Mo which can generate additional frames for slow-motion videos to capture action-packed moments.

Last but not least, Galaxy AI also has futuristic customization capabilities for Galaxy consumers. Customizing Galaxy devices is even easier than before through AI-generated wallpapers, enabling AI-supported devices to bring users’ creativity to life.

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Official: Here’s when One UI 6.1 Galaxy AI 6.1 update coming to Samsung devices

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Google initiated the Android 15 development program intending to seed it to the Public by September this year. Samsung, on the other side, today announced the One UI 6.1 Galaxy AI update rollout timeline for many smartphones and tablets.

Samsung officially revealed that the One UI 6.1 update with Galaxy AI features coming to eligible flagship devices by the end of March 2024. The company reiterated that the Galaxy S23 series, S23 FE, Z Fold 5, Z Flip 5, as well as Tab S9 series are eligible for this major upgrade.

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The South Korean tech giant has been testing the One UI 6.1 for various older Galaxy devices. Meanwhile, it should be noted that Galaxy AI features won’t be available on any lineup released before 2023. The company is keeping the availability limited so people consider upgrading to a new Galaxy.

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Samsung launched the Galaxy S24 series with a hybrid approach, bringing both on-device and cloud-based AI and Generative AI features. President Roh also stated that Samsung plans to bring the Galaxy AI experience to over 100 million Galaxy users within 2024.

Galaxy AI Features:

  1. Chat Assist
  2. Live Translate
  3. Interpreter
  4. Circle to Search
  5. Note Assist
  6. Browsing Assist
  7. Transcript Assist
  8. Generative Edit
  9. Edit Suggestion
  10. Instant Slow-Mo
  11. AI Wallpaper Generator

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Samsung reveals 11 One UI 6.1 Galaxy AI features coming to S23, Z Flip/Fold 5 and Tab S9

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