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Samsung runs out of phones for its test drive promotion aimed at iPhone users

It was just Thursday when we told you about Samsung’s attempt to get Apple iPhone users to switch to a Samsung Galaxy Note5, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge or a Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+. Any U.S. resident 18 or older with an iPhone hooked up to an active wireless account, could go to SamsungPromotions.com and arrange to test drive one of the three aforementioned handsets for just $1. Samsung sends the phone with an activated SIM card, and a guide to help those test driving one of the devices learn how to use it.

Apparently, Samsung’s offer must have tempted quite a number of iPhone users, because …

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Samsung offering iPhone owners a Galaxy Note 5 to ‘Test Drive’ for 30 days

With in-store sales of Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ kicking off, the vendor has launched a new promotion called the “Ultimate Test Drive” aimed at getting iPhone owners to switch over to a Galaxy phone. Through this promotion — limited to U.S. residents — Samsung will be giving out a Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 edge+ or Galaxy S6 edge (sorry, no standard GS6) to use completely free, including cellular service, for 30 days. (Sound familiar?)

The process of getting in on the Test Drive is pretty simple — just head to Samsung’s promotions site from Safari on an iPhone, tell it which phone you want to try, which carrier you use, and with a $1 “processing fee” you’ll have a phone shipped to you. There will even be a “smart switch” cable in the box to help you in getting data over to the new phone.

The shiny new Note 5 or S6 edge+ is yours to use for 30 days, without any obligation — naturally Samsung is just hoping you’ll love the experience so much that your next phone may be a Note 5 or S6 edge+. After the 30-day trial is finished, you’ll get a grace period of five days to return either handset using the shipping label provided by Samsung. Failing to do so will incur a charge of $820 (in the case of the S6 edge+) on your credit card, which is the full retail value of the handset. For all other damages, including a cracked screen, scratches or scruffs and any water-related damage, Samsung will charge $100 on your card.

You can find more details on the promo page at the link below, and read all the terms and conditions behind the offer here.

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Samsung offering iPhone owners a Galaxy Note 5 to ‘Test Drive’ for 30 days

With in-store sales of Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ kicking off, the vendor has launched a new promotion called the “Ultimate Test Drive” aimed at getting iPhone owners to switch over to a Galaxy phone. Through this promotion — limited to U.S. residents — Samsung will be giving out a Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 edge+ or Galaxy S6 edge (sorry, no standard GS6) to use completely free, including cellular service, for 30 days. (Sound familiar?)

The process of getting in on the Test Drive is pretty simple — just head to Samsung’s promotions site from Safari on an iPhone, tell it which phone you want to try, which carrier you use, and with a $1 “processing fee” you’ll have a phone shipped to you. There will even be a “smart switch” cable in the box to help you in getting data over to the new phone.

The shiny new Note 5 or S6 edge+ is yours to use for 30 days, without any obligation — naturally Samsung is just hoping you’ll love the experience so much that your next phone may be a Note 5 or S6 edge+. After the 30-day trial is finished, you’ll get a grace period of five days to return either handset using the shipping label provided by Samsung. Failing to do so will incur a charge of $820 (in the case of the S6 edge+) on your credit card, which is the full retail value of the handset. For all other damages, including a cracked screen, scratches or scruffs and any water-related damage, Samsung will charge $100 on your card.

You can find more details on the promo page at the link below, and read all the terms and conditions behind the offer here.

More: Samsung

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Global forensic technologies market: advancements in DNA profiling to drive the market at 12.4% CAGR from 2013 to 2019 according to new research report

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Forensic technologies are extensively used to identify and scrutinize physical evidences gathered at the scene of crime. Increase in crime rate across the globe is one of the main factors driving the growth of the global forensic technologies market. The overall market was worth US$8.3 billion in 2012. Rising incidences of crime and terror attacks is expected drive the global forensic technologies market at a CAGR of 12.4% during the period from 2013 to 2019. The market is expected to be valued at US$17.7 billion by the end of 2019.   Increased Crime Rate to Boost Global Forensic Technologies Market    The recent edition of Global Peace Index 2015 has studied 162 nations in terms of various qualitative and quantitative indicators of violence such as crime rates, conflicts, levels of imprisonments, and others. The index reveals that globally, the crime rate and violence have gone up modestly since 2008. Rise in crime rate and the usage of sophisticated methods by criminals has led to the increased demand for forensic technologies. However, the global forensic technologies market is expected to be restrained owing to regulatory constraints and lack of funds. Though the government sector accounts for a dominant share in the […]

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IT Business Products : Divided We Stand: A Guide to Partitioning Your Hard Drive

Want to make your computer faster, easier to manage, and able to share data more securely? Dividing your hard drive into smaller sections called partitions can make your computer more manageable. Windows® 7 comes with an easy-to-use disk management tool that will help you partition your drive—and you won’t have to buy additional software.

Samsung recommends Windows® 8.

Partition Logic

Why partition a drive? Here are a few common reasons:

  • More than one person uses the computer and you want to keep separate files—and access rights—for security reasons. Partitioning can be particularly helpful when you share a PC with a child.
  • You want to squeeze more performance out of your PC. Partitioning a large drive into smaller units improves performance by decreasing the amount of traveling the drive’s read/write head has to do when it searches for data. A partition also shrinks the size of the tables the computer uses to keep track of where data is stored, further improving performance.
  • You want to make your system more manageable. If you keep your operating system and applications on a partition separate from your data, the data will be easier to back up and easier to restore. What’s more, if you need to reinstall the operating system, you can do it without worrying about the data on the other partition.
  • You want to make your data more secure. If part of your hard drive becomes corrupted or infected with malware, the other partitions have a good chance of remaining unscathed.

Step by Step

Partitioning a hard drive is simplest if you haven’t already loaded applications and data, so if you’ve just purchased your PC, now is the time to do it. However, you can do it at any time. Just be sure you do a complete backup before you start.

To turn one partition into two partitions:

  1. Open the Control Panel, Administrative Tools and click Computer Management.
  2. Double-click Storage in the middle pane, and then double-click Disk Management
  3. “Disk 0” represents your primary hard drive. If your drive has not been partitioned, the C: drive will fill most or all of the space
  4. Right-click on the C: drive or on unpartitioned space and click “Shrink Volume.” (Windows refers to partitions as volumes.) Windows will prompt you for the amount of space you wish to shrink; this will become the amount of space available for the new partition. Choose an amount that matches the amount of data you expect to store there: Less for
  5. Follow the prompts to complete the shrink function.

  6. You will now have unpartitioned space in which you can create a second partition. Right-click in this unallocated space and click “New Simple Volume.” Follow the prompts to set the size of the partition and assign a drive letter to this space.
  7. Finally, you will be prompted to format the new partition you’ve made. Select OK at the prompts to complete the format operation. Your new partition is ready to use.

For more help on disk partitioning, consult this guide.

The above content is provided for information purposes only. All information included herein is subject to change without notice. Samsung Electronics is not responsible for any direct or indirect damages, arising from or related to use or reliance of the above content.

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Hacker attacks drive a boom in cybersecurity

Hacker attacks drive a boom in cybersecurity

A devastating data breach 10 months ago exposed the details of an estimated 40m customers of the American retailer Target. Heads soon rolled: chief information officer Beth Jacob and chief executive Gregg Steinhafel both left in the months after the […]

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Google Drive Vulnerability Leaks Users’ Private Data

Another privacy issue has been discovered in Google Drive which could have led sensitive and personal information stored on the cloud service exposed to unauthorized parties. The security flaw has now patched by Google, but its discovery indicates that the vulnerability of cloud data when accessed via a link can allow “anyone who has the link” to access your private data without any

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JENNIFER SANDER SAN DIEGO 323 REXVIEW DRIVE OR SIMILAR

NOTHING MUCH TO SAY BESIDES BEING A NIGGER AND LYING TO GUYS AND THEYRE SPOUSE MAKING UP LIES ABOUT FUCKING THEIR MAN DIRTY ASS BITCH YET NEVER TOUCHED HER IN ANYWAY NOT EVEN A HANDSHAKE THIS NIGGER WORKS AT WELLS FARGO IN EL CAJON OR SOMEHERE AND HAS A RUNDOWN SHACK FOR LIVING QUARTERS DRIVES […]

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Secure Strategy Group to help drive revenues for Microsoft’s global security team and its technology partners

Jacob Goodwin Top Priority Sector:  access_control_identification Read More….

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Drive by shooting in West Palm Beach

One person is dead, another hospitalized, after an early morning shooting in West Palm Beach. The shooting started near Australian Avenue and 45th Street. We… Read More….

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