Official Samsung Galaxy Quantum 3: An M53 with a quantum chip

Samsung Galaxy Quantum 3 is official: the South Korean giant continues with its niche range whose salient feature is a “quantum chip”, more precisely a QRNG ( Quantum Random Number Generator ). For a computer system, governed by finite and precise values ​​(“zero” or “one”, there is no other choice), creating truly random numbers is no small problem; the more successful you are in this task, the greater the security of the cryptographic technologies on which they are based. One of the novelties of the new generation compared to the previous one is the so-called “quantum indicator”, which indicates to the user if the cryptographic technology is in service

Specifically, Galaxy Quantum 3 is a Galaxy M53 ( presented for just a couple of weeks ) to which the quantum chip has been added (and has a little different colors). This means that it is a mid-range smartphone, in which the 108 MP main camera sensor and the FHD + display with a maximum refresh of 120 Hz stand out. The data sheet is as follows:

  • Display: 6.7 “, FHD +, Super AMOLED, 120 Hz refresh, Infinity-O
  • SoC: MediaTek Dimensity 900
  • RAM: 6 GB
  • Storage: 128 GB, expandable via microSD (max 1 TB)
  • Cameras:
    • main rear: 108 MP, f / 1.8 aperture, autofocus
    • Ultra Wide Rear: 8MP, f / 2.2 aperture, fixed focus
    • rear macro: 2 MP, f / 2.4 aperture, fixed focus
    • rear depth: 2 MP, f / 2.4 aperture, fixed focus
    • front: 32 MP, f / 2.2 aperture
  • Battery: 5,000 mAh
  • Charging: 25W
  • 5G modem, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.2, USB-C
  • Measurements: 77.0 x 164.7 x 7.4mm, 17 6g
  • Colors: blue, white, black
  • Operating system: Android 12 , customized One UI 4 .1

As always for this range, it is unlikely that Samsung Galaxy Quantum 3 will arrive in our country. For what it’s worth, it costs around 618,200 won in South Korea, or about € 460 . Sales will begin the day after tomorrow, April 22, and deliveries will begin on April 26, next Tuesday.

These 11 apps contain a spy code

11 apps have been found containing code that can spy on us thoroughly, but there are fears that there are many more in circulation.

Stores are full of infected apps , but not all infections are the same and dangerous in the same way. From the United States, to be precise from the Wall Street Journal , a rather disturbing news arrives: several Android apps on the Google Play Store contain a code that can spy on users.

The code is an SDK , that is a ” Software Development Kit “. These are pre- compiled code packages that can be inserted into already developed apps, to provide additional functions or, as in this case, to collect information. SDKs are very popular for advertising purposes , on thousands and thousands of apps around the world.

The main problem with this code is that it is officially an advertising tracker , but it was developed by Measurement Systems S. de RL , a limited liability company headquartered in Panama that is mainly engaged in cyber intelligence and, among its customers, it also has the US Department of Defense.

The researchers personally found 11 apps containing the malicious SDK code, but there are supposed to be dozens of them in circulation:

  • Speed ​​Camera Radar
  • Al-Moazin Lite (Prayer Times)
  • Wi-Fi Mouse (remote control PC)
  • QR & Barcode Scanner (developed by AppSource Hub)
  • Qibla Compass – Ramadan 2022
  • Simple weather & clock widget (developed by Difer)
  • Handcent Next SMS-Text with MMS
  • Smart Kit 360
  • Al Quran MP3 – 50 Reciters & Translation Audio
  • Full Quran MP3 – 50+ Languages ​​& Translation Audio
  • Audiosdroid Audio Studio DAW

This is the first time in recent times that US has directly implicated Indian government officials in human rights abuses.

Prashant Jha is the Washington DC-based US correspondent of Hindustan Times

On Tuesday, the US State Department released a strong and critical report on human rights in India in 2021.

“We regularly engage with our Indian partners on these shared values, and to that end we are monitoring some recent concerning developments in India, including a rise in human rights abuses by some government, police, and prison officials,” US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said. (ANI)

…this is the first time in recent times that US has directly implicated Indian government officials in human rights abuses.

The Indian ministers did not respond on the dais.

Blinken’s remarks and the report come in the wake of a push by some progressive lawmakers in the Democratic Party, minority advocacy groups, and human rights organisations which have accused India of democratic backsliding in recent years. People familiar with the relationship said that the message appeared to be an effort to cater to a “domestic constituency” in the US.

Last week, Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, at a congressional hearing, asked US deputy Secretary of State, Wendy Sherman, “How much does the Modi administration have to criminalise the act of being Muslim in India for us to say something? What will it take for us to outwardly criticise the action that the Modi administration is taking against its Muslim minorities?”

And in January, on India’s Republic Day, four Democratic lawmakers — Sentator Ed Markey and Congressmen Andy Levin, Jamie Raskin and Jim McGovern — had flagged an erosion in Indian democracy and secularism.

Commenting on Blinken’s remarks, political scientist Devesh Kapur of Johns Hopkins University, who has extensively worked on India’s internal security and state capacity, said it was important to understand the larger division of power in India’s federal architecture.

“Does India have human rights issues in prison and with the police? Yes. But we should remember that police and law and order are state subjects. Are there undertrials waiting for long? Yes. But we should remember that district courts have huge pendency issues. All of this is happening largely at the state-level.”

Kapur added that the Centre’s actions haven’t helped. “There are, of course, now newer issues with central legislations which can be considered excessive, such as Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. We also know that there is intolerance, be it with government actions in Kashmir, or vis a vis attitude to critics. But while discussing human rights violations, it is important to keep India’s federal architecture in mind.”

Exercise and mental activity can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease

According to a new study, adopting a healthy lifestyle can protect against dementia (a mental illness that results in memory loss).

According to researchers, men and women who adopt a healthy lifestyle not only live longer but are also protected from Alzheimer’s or dementias.

Dr Claudian Dahana, who led the study, said that eating vegetables, berries, whole grains, and minimally fried foods, exercising regularly, and keeping oneself mentally active can prevent Alzheimer’s disease or mental retardation.

He said that reading books, visiting museums and crossword puzzles or other such mental activities are very useful for staying mentally active.

Dr. Claudian Dahana Rush is an assistant professor of internal medicine at the Institute of Healthy Aging Chicago (USA).

Will a case be registered against Fayyaz Chohan?

Everyone is sharing this video on their social media accounts. The question is: Why has not been arrested?

Do elected members of assemblies enjoy immunity?

People responsible for disturbance in the Punjab assembly should be booked and prosecuted. If a common Pakistan had committed such a thing police would have been arrested and brutally tortured him in the police station.

PTI & PMLN leaders talk about rule of law. Top leaders of PTI should ask party members and workers from resorting to violence.

A case of rioting and violence against unknown persons in the Punjab Assembly has been registered at Qila Gujar Singh police station on the complaint of DSP Shehzad Manzoor, which includes other activities including attempted murder.

Is this a joke?

The aim of Imran Khan’s whole struggle is early elections, if this does not happen then vote bank will not survive: Najam Sethi

Senior analyst Najam Sethi has said that as soon as the Establishment stepped back, Imran Khan’s government could not survive a single day. Imran Khan knows that if the elections are not held soon, he will not get the little support he has now.

Commenting on the situation in the country in New Age TV program “Khabar Se Aage”, he said that now Imran Khan has started taking more names and will continue to do so because he knows what happened. That happened because of the thinking of the institution. They want the next army chief to be their choice. That is why the PTI leadership is sending messages criticizing the army.

He said that the present leadership of the army has thought that Imran Khan is not good for the country and nation, they are trying to isolate us from the world. They are leading us to bankruptcy, which is a path to destruction. If that happened then it would be to Pakistan’s detriment. The army began to see a failed state in these four years of the PTI government.

Najam Sethi said that the Establishment was worried about what would happen to us next. Imran Khan took the world away from us by fighting with everyone. Money has stopped coming. Where will we pay salaries? Where to buy weapons?

He said that the Establishment thought in the national interest that Imran Khan Banda was very dangerous. It is better for us to step back now than to have a bad reputation.

Talking about the political situation in the country, he said that after Imran Khan’s statement, besiege him, we see violence in the cities. League leader Ata Tarar has also said that if such a move happens again, we will ask our workers to give a full answer. Meanwhile, the army has said that if the institution is attacked, we will take action. So what will the government do? It will sit quietly and listen to abuse?

Najam Sethi said that all parties have to be happy with the way this new government has been formed. 8 parties are involved in this alliance. The servant with two seats also says give us two ministries. Shahbaz Sharif is a one man show. He has run Punjab, not Pakistan. Shahbaz Sharif would take all his work from the bureaucracy, the

Muslims under attack: What will BJP achieve by this?

Americans are asking for bases in Pakistan : Najam Sethi says

I have no idea when this interview was taken but what Najam Sethi is saying confirms the narrative of Imran Khan.