Galaxy S23 launch approaches, private torrent services victims of security breach, this week’s roundup
Galaxy S23 colors revealed, security breach on certain illegal download sites, first La Liga win against IPTV services, round up this week.
Are you looking forward to the Galaxy S23 launch? Here are some new details on their colorways and storage configurations. La Liga manages to remove IPTV Smarters Pro from Google Play Store and YouTuber, as TorrentFreak warns users of three private torrent sites with security breach. DidYouKnowGaming Despite Nintendo’s request to take it down, it sees its documentary back available on YouTube.
Galaxy S23 news
A month before the Galaxy S23’s official launch, a new report lifts the curtain on the four colors that will be available in France. Therefore, Samsung will launch its smartphones in Phantom Black, Botanic Green, Misty Lilac and Cotton Flower colors at third-party retailers and will also launch exclusive colors on its website. We also know the different storage configurations of the upcoming Samsung flagships.
Read: Galaxy S23: we finally know all the colors and different storage configurations
Avoid some illegal download sites
An anonymous whistleblower contacted the blog TorrentFreak after discovering a security flaw in three popular illegal download sites. The sites in question were not mentioned, but what they have in common is the Torrent Auto Loader, which is not password protected. We can only hope that these private torrent services will recognize themselves and fix this flaw in order to protect their users’ personal information.
Read: Torrent: Major security flaw discovered in 3 popular illegal download sites
A YouTubeur notices that the video has been put back online despite being removed by Nintendo
A YouTuber has been deleted after Nintendo bought a documentary about the failed Retro Studios Zelda project DidYouKnowGaming It seems to have won over the Japanese manufacturer. In December 2022, a videographer who had his video removed accused Nintendo of censoring his work as a journalist. The platform has since decided to put the video back online.
Read: Nintendo rolls its arms over YouTuber, it’s history
IPTV Smarters Pro has disappeared from the Play Store in Spain
The Spanish football league (Liga) recently compiled a list of websites and apps that violate broadcasting law in their country. Thus, the IPTV Smarters Pro application was removed from the Google Play Store, considering that the service allows users to “watch premium TV channels that broadcast La Liga matches among other content. »
Read: IPTV: Justice orders Google to remove pirated player from Play Store
Overpaying to keep your Livebox
When a Paingout user wanted to change his internet package with Orange, he didn’t expect to receive a 100 euro bill just to keep his box. The user was quick to share his experience on Twitter. Many netizens reacted by saying they wanted to switch operators. The operator does not share any explanation on its website to justify these costs.
Read: Orange charges €100 to keep Livebox while switching plans, subscribers furious
Our tests of the week
Razer Edge 5G: a portable console at a low price
Razer took advantage of CES 2023 in Las Vegas to unveil the Razer Edge 5G. This portable Android console will be perfect for gamers who don’t have a huge budget. Indeed, for 400 euros, gamers will be able to enjoy a console optimized for local gaming as well as cloud gaming. Our approach allowed us to discover a fully portable console that could only deceive the technical report.
Read: CES 2023: Get started with the super-affordable Android portable console Razer Edge 5G
RTX 4070 Ti graphics card: a true champion
Nvidia offers here a very powerful graphics card with very well managed consumption. Especially ideal for gamers with 1440p screens. The RTX 4070 Ti is sometimes a bit tight for 4K gaming, but we like some of its technologies like DLSS 3.0 and its excellent suite of software to support users. That’s why Nvidia offers a high-performance product at a very affordable price.
Read: RTX 4070 Ti review: the new queen of consumer graphics cards