A small, but growing, stable of apps support authentication from Samsung's Finger Scanners
We've already gone in depth on how to set up the Finger Scanner on your Galaxy Note 4, but what most people don't realize is that your fingerprint can be used for more than just unlocking your phone. Once your phone is set up to recognize your fingers, any third-party app that is properly designed to...
Samsung has announced that hardware running on its Knox platform are the first consumer mobile devices to be NIAP-validated and approved for classified use by the US Government. Multiple devices by the Korean manufacturer have been added to the Commercial Solutions for Classified (CSfC) Program Component List, allowing agencies to rely on Samsung's Knox platform for advanced levels of security.
We've got another batch of the best new Android games and apps to have launched in the last week for y'all. Goat Simulator is by far the most recognizable launch this week, but we've got a few apps for businessy types, too. Hop into the Google Play Store and check out our picks, and as always, drop a comment for your favorite new releases.
Google is making Android more secure for enterprises by providing data separation and security through a new program announced at Google I/O 2014 called Android for Work. With the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement, today many work phones contain personal content and personal phones are used for work purposes. With Android for Work, Google is adding a layer of security to make phones more...
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 14 May 2014 4:53 am
UK public sector workers can now use their Samsung Knox enabled devices at work. The UK government published an End User Devices (EUD) Security Guidance in which it recommends the usage of certain Android smartphones and tablets that have the enterprise security service enabled.
Samsung has announced that its KNOX 2.0 security suite is finally available globally for the flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone. The company also announced that through future software updates, KNOX 2.0 will be brought over to other Galaxy devices as well, which will be good news for IT administrators and enterprise users who want to bring their own devices to work.
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 29 Oct 2013 6:51 pm
Knox is something we all keep hearing about, let's talk about how it works and why it's important
The very things that make Android phones appealing to folks who read Android blogs online — the open platform, side loading, rooting and the like — are also the very reasons why it suffers in adoption rates for the enterprise. Companies get scared when they read about the way clever users bypass...
Unlocked German and Russian devices getting new version of Android, as Euro Note 3 receives 'stability' updates
The international LTE and HSPA+ versions of the Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-i9505 and GT-i9500) have started receiving their Android 4.3 updates, marking the first major OS upgrade for Samsung's flagship.
Among all the standard under-the-hood changes brought in Android 4.3, the update...
After what looks like a rocky start, Samsung's Knox enterprise security service is going live in Canada by way of Bell Mobility. Right now Knox is limited to the Galaxy Note 3, but will be coming to the Galaxy S4 after a software update next month.
For those unfamiliar, Knox lets users bring in their own personal device to work, but also give IT administrators control and security over business...
New firmware includes apps-to-SD, Samsung Knox
Update: Looks like AT&T is pushing out a similar GS4 update over-the-air.
Original story: Following the international and Sprint versions of the phone, Verizon's Galaxy S4 is today receiving a software update with a couple of significant new features. While a full changelog isn't yet available, the new "VRUAME7" firmware update seems to...
The 357MB update may hold a locked bootloader as a requirement for Samsung Knox support -- hackers beware
The Samsung Galaxy S4 on the Sprint network is seeing a general rollout of the MF9 update, and it has a few welcome changes baked in. Users who have already received the update have noticed the following changes:
Allow apps to be moved to the SD card in the same limited fashion as the...
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