What satellite navigation systems does the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 support?

After months of heavy leaks, Samsung’s next foldable phone — Galaxy Z Fold 4 — is finally official. While not a massive upgrade over its predecessor Galaxy Z Fold 3, the new model does bring several notable improvements, making the Galaxy Z Fold 4 Samsung’s most refined foldable yet. The hinge is more compact, ergonomics have improved, cameras and chipset have been upgraded, and there are some new software updates to improve the multitasking experience. In addition, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 also boasts support for all global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), enabling precise location tracking no matter where you are. GPS support on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 In

Lapsus$ hackers breached T-Mobile’s systems and stole its source code

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge The Lapsus$ hacking group stole T-Mobile’s source code in a series of breaches that took place in March, as first reported by Krebs on Security. T-Mobile confirmed the attack in a statement to The Verge, and says the “systems accessed contained no customer or government information or other similarly sensitive information.” In copies of private messages obtained by Krebs, the Lapsus$ hacking group discussed targeting T-Mobile in the week prior to the arrest of seven of its teenage members. After purchasing employees’ credentials online, the members could use the company’s internal tools — like Atlas, T-Mobile’s customer management system — to perform SIM

Windows 11: installation on non-compatible systems possible

Microsoft updated the minimum system requirements of the company’s upcoming Windows 11 operating system yesterday. Windows customers and administrators who had hoped for less strict requirements, did not get what they wished for. While Microsoft did add a handful of seventh generation Intel processors to the list of compatible processors, it did not change other requirements or unlock all 7th generation processors. For AMD hardware, nothing has been added in this adjustment of system requirements. The change is as minor as it gets, and most customers whose systems were not compatible previously are left hanging. The requirements prevent Windows 10 systems that don’t meet the minimum system requirements from being

How to Check Your PC’s Specifications on Windows 11 Systems

There are many features on Windows 11 that are inherited from Windows 10. However, Microsoft has tweaked quite a few of the things that we are used to. One of them is the Settings app. So, if you struggle to find things that you used to quite easily before, don’t worry. You aren’t alone. In this tutorial, I will show you how to check your PC’s specifications on Windows 11. Check PC Specifications on Windows 11 To check specifications, you need to open Settings. PC specs were found in the Settings app on Windows 10 as well. In Windows 11, there are various ways to open the Settings app. I

15 Mobile Payment Systems for Merchants

Mobile payment systems provide flexibility to consumers and merchants while unifying online and offline operations. Here is a list of mobile payment services for merchants. There are point-of-sale systems, digital wallets, mobile hardware, software for mobile and web applications, and more. PayPal Zettle PayPal Zettle PayPal Zettle is an all-in-one point-of-sale system for small businesses, in-store or on the go. Take payments (cash, card, chip-card, and contactless) and track sales and inventory from anywhere via your PayPal Business account. Price: 2.29% + 9¢ per transaction. — Square Square Square lets you take payments in person, on the go, or online. Create and send invoices, and then allow customers to pay

Valve's Systems Crumbled Under the Onslaught of Steam Deck Pre-Orders

Valve unveiled its new handheld gaming console—the Steam Deck—this week. Interest in it is so high that when it went up for pre-order earlier today, Valve’s servers were instantly overloaded. Users were served up a frustrating slew of errors throughout the checkout process. Errors ranged from the generic and largely unhelpful “Something Went Wrong” to this enraging message that popped up for anyone that kept trying to hit Purchase when it didn’t go through: “It looks like you’ve been attempting a lot of purchases in the last few hours. Please wait a while before trying again.” Some people weren’t even able to get that far and saw a “Reservation Servers

REvil ransomware attacks systems using Kaseya’s remote IT management software

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Just in time to ruin the holiday weekend, ransomware attackers have apparently used Kaseya — a software platform designed to help manage IT services remotely — to deliver their payload. Sophos director and ethical hacker Mark Loman tweeted about the attack on Friday, and reported that affected systems will demand $44,999 to be unlocked. A note on Kaseya’s website implores customers to shut off their VSA servers for now “because one of the first things the attacker does is shutoff administrative access to the VSA.” On Saturday, Kaseya issued another update, saying that it had been advised by its outside experts that “customers

Windows 10 and Windows Sun Valley may be two different operating systems

Microsoft has been working on something called Windows Sun Valley for quite some time now and while the update was expected to add “sweeping visual rejuvenation” to the OS, little did anyone know that there will be huge confusion over the update. When rumors of the Sun Valley update first hit the internet, people believed it to be another Windows 10 update with many new features and big visual changes. In other words, it was thought to be another fascinating name for a major Windows 10 update. But much to everyone’s surprise, it turns out that Windows 10 and Windows Sun Valley are two different operating systems. As first spotted

Nintendo Switch Pro systems will be available as soon as Sept

HEXUS reported upon rumours of a new Nintendo Switch model back in March this year. At that time Bloomberg’s sources focussed on the adding of a better, faster SoC which would enable the use of DLSS technology – helping Nintendo create a console to address the significant 4K TV market. We heard at the same time that Nintendo was going to install a 7-inch OLED screen in the device. Now Bloomberg has followed up its March report with further details from ‘people familiar with the matter’. A lot of the new info is about manufacturing, promotion and launch schedules – and Eurogamer’s sources are confirming the leaks this time around.