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COVENTRY: A Canal Fulton man reported June 25 someone stole the catalytic converter from a van parked at a Hanna Parkway plaza and damaged the dashboard in an attempt to steal the vehicle.
Also on June 25, a woman reported her car became disabled at Manchester Road and Carnegie Avenue. Upon investigating she found syrup on the gas cap, and learned someone poured syrup into the gas tank while she was at a nearby fitness center.
Summit County Sheriff’s Office deputies investigated a June 28 report that a 2008 Dodge Durango was stolen from a Halcyon Drive location. Deputies entered information about the truck into a national database for stolen vehicles.
Also on June 28, deputies responded to a report that a disoriented man was yelling and pounding on the door of a Halcyon Drive residence. The Loma Drive man, who was wanted on a warrant, was charged with driving under suspension, having fictitious license plates and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A Long Lake Boulevard woman reported June 28 a man has been calling her repeatedly, stating she won a lottery and vehicles.
A Barberton man reported June 29 someone entered his vehicle while it was parked on State Mill Road and stole his wallet, containing cash, credit cards and identification, a cellphone, tool box, ignition key for a boat and other items.
On June 30, deputies issued a warrant for the arrest of a Broadview Heights man on a charge of theft after reviewing video surveillance that showed him and an accomplice posing as employees of a Swartz Road business to enter and steal tools and building supplies. The man is a former employee of the business. Deputies were working to identify the other man.
Deputies responded to a report that a man took tools from a Manchester Road business June 30 and left without paying for them. Deputies located him nearby, and he reportedly admitted taking the items. He was charged with theft and the tools were returned to the business.
GREEN: On June 25, a September Drive man reported he paid $7,000 to someone who contacted him via the internet and sent him a check for $10,000, instructing him to deposit it in his bank account and pay the person $8,000, which he did. Deputies advised him to have no…


Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 could launch on June 28 at MWC 2021

Mobile World Congress is still planning to go ahead as an in-person, physical event this year. However, many companies have withdrawn from the event, including Samsung.

Samsung could launch the Galaxy Watch 4 at MWC this year on JUne 28. (Express Photo)

Google announced its partnership with Samsung over the next WearOS update. The new update is set to be the biggest Wear update in years. However, Google did not reveal any new hardware among the announcements. Now reports suggest that Google could announce a new watch at the upcoming Mobile World Congress.

Mobile World Congress is still planning to go ahead as an in-person, physical event this year. However, many companies have withdrawn from the event, including Samsung. The virtual agenda for the event does mention a “Galaxy Ecosystem/New Watch Experience/Mobile Security”. The event is scheduled for Monday, June 28.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4: What we know so far

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 could come with the new WearOS update, revealed a tipster on Twitter. Check out the tweet below.

The cited source mentions that the watch would be running “TizenWear OS”. This could mean that the device will ship with Samsung’s custom skin, which will be based on Google’s Wear platform. Apart from this, the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 4 will reportedly ditch the 2.5D glass panel and will instead offer a flat 2D glass, which will protect the display from any type of damage.

The new Galaxy Watch is also said to come with a smaller bezel. It is unknown whether the Galaxy Watch Active 4 will have a digital rotating bezel for scrolling through menus. Tipster Roland Quandt has reported that Samsung will unveil two models, and one of them will have an aluminium chassis. The other one will feature stainless steel body.

It will be powered by a 5nm chipset, which is expected to offer faster performance, improved energy efficiency and increased battery life than the competition.

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Cyber Security Stocks To Watch After Colonial Pipeline And JBS Hacks

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Our theme of Cyber Security Stocks remains down by about 1% year-to-date, significantly underperforming the S&P 500 which has gained about 13% over the same period. However, the theme has picked up a bit since our last update in mid-May, when it was down by 6%.The underperformance versus the broader indices is likely due to the fact that most of the stocks in the theme are high-growth, high-multiple names that have been out of favor in the current market, as investors rotate into value and cyclical stocks to play the post-Covid boom in the U.S. economy. However, there’s good reason for investors with a long-term view to increase their exposure to cybersecurity stocks. Companies and governments are getting more serious about protecting their networks and infrastructure, following multiple high-profile cybersecurity incidents in recent months, including the ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline, the SolarWinds
hack, and the recent cyber attack on JBS – the world’s largest meat supplier. The increasing shift from on-premise to cloud-based information systems should also make companies prioritize security. Moreover, IT spending by corporates, in general, is likely to pick up from this year, after they scaled back on spending in 2020 due to Covid-19. This should bode well for companies that provide software, hardware, and services that help protect computer systems and networks.

Within our theme, Fortinet
a company that provides cybersecurity-related hardware and software, has been the strongest performer, rising by about 49% year-to-date on account of stronger than expected quarterly results and its pivot to the cloud. On the other side, the stock price for Qualys
a company that provides cloud security, compliance, and related services, remains down by about 18% this year, as its guidance for this fiscal year was weaker than expected.


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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, Watch Active 4 strongly teased for late June launch

While MWC used to be a highlight of the mobile gadget world, with loads of products launching, exhibitors have been pulling out of MWC 2021 left, right and center (blame Covid-19). All might not be lost though, because Samsung could still show off its Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch Active 4.

As spotted by SamMobile, the MWC agenda list includes a Samsung keynote entitled ‘Galaxy Ecosystem / New Watch Experience / Mobile Security’ to take place on June 28 (the first day of MWC) at 10:15am PT / 1:15pm ET / 6:15pm BST / 7:15pm CET.