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  1. Samsung starts mass production of its 30TB SAS SSD Samsung today announced in a press release that it has officially begun mass production of its latest Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) SSD - the PM1643 - which is squarely aimed at the next-generation of enterprise storage systems. These drives are built using the company's latest 512Gb V-NAND technology - in a 64-layer array -, in addition to offering an industry-first 1TB NAND flash package and 40GB of DRAM. This means that not only will it be able to meet demanding storage needs but will outperform the previous 15.36TB SSD - introduced back in March of 2016 - by a factor of two. Samsung Executive Vice President of Memory Sales & Marketing, Jaesoo Han commented on the increased focus by the company on the enterprise market: “With our launch of the 30.72TB SSD, we are once again shattering the enterprise storage capacity barrier, and in the process, opening up new horizons for ultra-high capacity storage systems worldwide, Samsung will continue to move aggressively in meeting the shifting demand toward SSDs over 10TB and at the same time, accelerating adoption of our trail-blazing storage solutions in a new age of enterprise systems.” The company explains that this achivement was made possible "by combining 32 of the new 1TB NAND flash packages, each comprised of 16 stacked layers of 512Gb V-NAND chips." As an example, the company points out that 5,700 5GB full HD movie files can be stored on a single 2.5-inch drive using these chips. Samsung also boasts of the performance these drives can deliver, with the PM1643 capable of hitting "up to" 400,000 input/output operations per second (IOPS) in the company's own random read tests, and 50,000 IOPS in random write tests. Meanwhile, sequential speeds come in at 2,100MB/s for read and 1,700MB/s for write tests, per the company. According to Samsung, the new drive performs approximately four times better than a typical SATA SSD; as these drives are focussed on the enterprise, the company also noted that they offer a mean time between failures (MTBF) of two million hours. Although manufacturing already started on the 30.72TB SSDs back in January, this will be further expanded later this year to include capacities of 15.36TB, 7.68TB, 3.84TB, 1.92TB, 960GB, and 800GB; earlier this year the company also announced the SZ985 Z-SSD, which is tailor-made for high-performance computing (HPC) applications in the enterprise, with a capacity of 800GB. SOURCE
  2. According to Consumer Reports, literally, millions of television sets which offer smart functionality via an underlying operating system could be vulnerable to a malicious attack due to ongoing vulnerabilities. The report is suggesting that millions of smart TVs around the world could theoretically be controlled by external influences if the internal vulnerabilities are exploited without the prior knowledge of the TV owner. The research into the topic has found that the problem is evident on televisions manufactured by Samsung and TCL, which currently sells sets around the world under the Roku brand. The testing discovered that very personal and financial details, such as bank data, couldn’t be obtained, but other acts were possible by remote hackers. It seems that anyone with the requisite knowledge to hack into one of these vulnerable TVs or streaming boxes would be able to perform actions such as changing the TV channel currently being watched, adjust the volume too high or low levels, and even play offensive or adult-rated content on the television set should they wish to do so. All of these actions and commands could be invoked from thousands of miles away on a remote basis due to the fact that the smart TVs are Internet connected and can be accessed and controlled as such. It probably shouldn’t come as any huge surprise that a device which is permanently connected to the internet, and which derives a lot of its features and functionality from that online connectivity, is actually susceptible to outside interference. It’s perfectly possible that households with smart TVs have actually refused any ability to connect those sets to an internal Wi-Fi network but it’s also reasonable to assume that those who have purchased a set with smart functionality would need that connection for accessing apps and services, such as Netflix or Spotify. And that’s where the problems can begin. The problem is said to arise from the fact that Roku’s video streaming software has an unsecured API in place which allows developers to bundle additional functionality, should they wish to do so. This is used for building remote control applications, which could be hijacked by those malicious individuals to take over the television set. Both companies are currently investigating the problem. Redmondpie.com
  3. Today, Mozilla is announcing a plan that grows collaboration with Microsoft, Google, and other industry leaders on MDN Web Docs. The goal is to consolidate information about web development for multiple browsers – not just Firefox. To support this collaboration, we’re forming a Product Advisory Board that will formalize existing relationships and guide our progress in the years to come. Why are we doing this? To make web development just a little easier. “One common thread we hear from web developers is that documentation on how to build for the cross-browser web is too fragmented,” said Daniel Appelquist, Director of Developer Advocacy at Samsung Internet and Co-Chair of W3C’s Technical Architecture Group. “I’m excited to be part of the efforts being made with MDN Web Docs to address this issue and to bring better and more comprehensive documentation to developers worldwide.” More than six million web developers and designers currently visit MDN Web Docs each month – and readership is growing at a spectacular rate of 40 percent, year over year. Popular content includes articles and tutorials on JavaScript, CSS and HTML, as well as detailed, comprehensive documentation of new technologies like Web APIs. Community contributions are at the core of MDN’s success. Thousands of volunteers have helped build and refine MDN over the past 12 years. In this year alone, 8,021 users made 76,203 edits, greatly increasing the scope and quality of the content. Cross-browser documentation contributions include input from writers at Google and Microsoft; Microsoft writers have made more than 5,000 edits so far in 2017. This cross-browser collaboration adds valuable content on browser compatibility and new features of the web platform. Going forward, Microsoft writers will focus their Web API documentation efforts on MDN and will redirect relevant pages from Microsoft Developer Network to MDN. A Broader Focus Now, the new Product Advisory Board for MDN is creating a more formal way to absorb all that’s going on across browsers and standards groups. Initial board members include representatives from Microsoft, Google, Samsung, and the W3C, with additional members possible in the future. By strengthening our relationships with experts across the industry, the Product Advisory Board will ensure MDN documentation stays relevant, is browser-agnostic, and helps developers keep up with the most important aspects of the web platform. “The reach of the web across devices and platforms is what makes it unique, and Microsoft is committed to helping it continue to thrive,” said Jason Weber, Partner Director of Program Management, Microsoft Edge. “We’re thrilled to team up with Mozilla, Google, and Samsung to create a single, great web standards documentation set on MDN for web developers everywhere.” Mozilla’s vision for the MDN Product Advisory Board is to build collaboration that helps the MDN community, collectively, maintain MDN as the most comprehensive, complete, and trusted reference documenting the most important aspects of modern browsers and web standards. The board’s charter is to provide advice and feedback on MDN content strategy, strategic direction, and platform/site features. Mozilla remains committed to MDN as an open source reference for web developers, and Mozilla’s team of technical writers will continue to work on MDN and collaborate with volunteers and corporate contributors. “Google is committed to building a better web for both users and developers,” said Meggin Kearney, Lead Technical Writer, Web Developer Relations at Google. “We’re excited to work with Mozilla, Microsoft, and Samsung to help guide MDN towards becoming the best source of up-to-date, comprehensive documentation for developers on the web.” MDN directly supports Mozilla’s overarching mission. We strive to ensure the Internet is a global public resource that is open and accessible to all. We believe that our award-winning documentation helps web developers build better web experiences – which also adhere to established standards and work across platforms and devices. MDN Board Members Ali Spivak, Chair, Mozilla Daniel Appelquist, Samsung Internet Dominique Hazael-Massieux, W3C Meggin Kearney, Google Patrick Kettner, Microsoft Christopher Mills, Mozilla Erika Doyle Navara, Microsoft Robert Nyman, Google Kadir Topal, Mozilla Source Alternate Source - BleepingComputer
  4. The theme installs through Substratum Theme Engine app, that you can download here, IT REQUIRES ROOT (except on OMS rootless and on Samsung Touchwiz Nougat system) and/or a Layers or Substratum compatible ROM: The theme has been tested on many ROMs, including stock Google and custom Marshmallow and Nougat ROMs (OxygenOS is supported too, it is Substratum Legacy though). Android 6, 7.1, 7.1.1, 7.1.2 and Oreo are supported. On 7.1-7.1.1 Substratum Legacy ROMs (including stock ones) you need to use an option called Frameworkless7.1RROcompatibility, and it has white notifications. Sadly it isn't possible to make them dark on that option. Some manufacturers' ROM's aren't guaranteed to be compatible (the farer they are from AOSP or Google ROMs, the more they're likely to not be compatible. In case you end in bootloop flash the rescue zip that you find in /sdcard/Substratum/ (the substratumLegacy one if your ROM is RRO. Only most custom ROMs have OMS, the rest has RRO) and ask for refund, also by e-mail if you need. This is the icon pack that you can see in the first screenshot, that I personally made to fit dark themes properly: Themed elements: -Pixel boot animation (on OMS only); -Pixel and Nexus ringtones and UI sounds (on OMS only); -14 wallpapers; -14 accent colors (Pixel blue and Teal only, on FrameworkLess option); -Android N-ify XPosed module; -AOSP Contacts; -AOSP Dialer; -AOSP Launcher; -AOSP Messages; -Calculator; -Car Throttle dark mode; -Documents/Download UI; -DU Updater; -ES File Explorer; -Facebook Messenger; -Framework-Res; -Gboard; -Google Assistant; -Google Calendar; -Google Chrome; -Google Chrome Beta; -Google Contacts; -Google Dialer; -Google Drive; -Google Keep; -Google Hangouts; -Google Inbox; -Google Launcher/Now; -Google Mail; -Google Messenger; -Google Photos; -Google Play Console; -Google Play Music; -Google Play Services; -Google Play Store; -Google Plus; -Google Translate; -Instagram; -Kernel Adiutor's dark mode; -LawnChair; -N style notifications; -Package Installer; -Pixel Launcher; -Root Explorer dark theme; -Samsung Contacts; -Samsung Keyboard; -Samsung Phone; -Settings; -Solid Explorer dark theme; -Spotify; -Substratum app; -SuperSU; -SystemUI; -Telegram (join the chat group of my themes and ask for the theme there to me); -Twitter night mode; -WhatsApp; -XDA Labs; -Youtube. Layers Substratum Dark OMS RRO theme stock Marshmallow Android 6 6.0 whats new 343: -Fixes in Inbox; -Fix in SystemUI for Oreo; -Fixes in Google Play Console; -Fix in Google Play Store. 342: Fixes in Google Inbox. 340: -Changed default accent to Google Pixel one, added Lime accent; -Fixes in Chrome Beta; -Fixes in Google Inbox. 338: -Fix in Google Drive; -Fix in Gboard; -Fixes in Google Play Services, including system update page of Oreo. 337: -Fix in Samsung Settings; -Added theme to Samsung Themes application; -Fix in SystemUI for CompatibilityMode. This app has no advertisements Share: https://www.mirrorcreator.com Code: /files/RKFS6N2Y/substratum.piereligio.bst-343.apk_links
  5. Substratum Integration for Samsung (Addon Key) vTwenty (RETAL NOT PATCHED) Home: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=projekt.sungstratum Download: Site: https://tusfiles.net Sharecode[?]: /5oysn9pnz1r2 I have found a copy of the latest apk for the theme integration of samsung with substratum. It is not patched i have tried with Lucy Patcher but no luck Wondering is @PriSim or @Cerberus can crack this if they have time as there does not seem to be a crack anywhere for this only a very old version that no longer works.
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