Hisense Laser TVs got a Dolby Vision upgrade. Other projectors need the same

TV and projector maker Hisense announced that its flagship line of L9G Laser TV projectors have received a free Dolby Vision upgrade. The upgrade was supplied this week via an automatic firmware update, allowing L9G owners to immediately experience the benefits of Dolby Vision high dynamic range. While Hisense isn’t the first company to announce a projector with Dolby Vision – Xiaomi has released a model with Dolby Vision compatibility, though that model is only available in China – the L9G is the first such model in the US market…

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High-severity Microsoft bug opened door to container cluster hijacking

After being tipped off by cybersecurity researchers from Unit 42, a division of Palo Alto Networks, Microsoft has pushed out a patch for a high-severity vulnerability found in Service Fabric. Publishing a blog post to explain what happened, Microsoft said the vulnerability allowed potential threat actors to obtain rook privileges on a node, further allowing them full takeover of other nodes in the cluster. Tracked as CVE-2022-30137, the flaw has been dubbed “FabricScape” and is present only in Linux containers. Windows seems to have dodged the bullet, as unprivileged actors…

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Employees just won’t stop using prohibited apps at work

Even though it’s widely known that unvetted apps pose a major security threat for all businesses, most workers don’t care. This is according to a new report from security platform for unmanageable applications, Cerby. Surveying more than 500 business professionals in North America and the UK employed by large enterprises, Cerby found that 92% want full control over the applications they deploy for work. Loss of trust More than half (51%) continue using their preferred office software, productivity apps and collaboration tools, even if these apps were specifically banned by…

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Intel NUC 12 could be a mini PC powerhouse – and even play AAA games

It was only recently that a user from the Chinese tech giant Baidu allegedly revealed Intel’s latest NUC mini PC, and now new rumors about its full specifications have surfaced. And from what we can see, these leaked specs show how powerful these mini PCs will be even compared ton standard gaming PCs. The NUC 12 Enthusiast, codenamed ‘Serpent Canyon,’ is a follow-up of the ‘Beast Canyon’ NUC 11 that will apparently be using 12th Gen Intel Alder Lake CPU and the most recent Arc A7 Series GPUs.  According to…

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Look away, LastPass: Google Password Manager just received a killer upgrade

In a move that will doubtless keep other vendors on their toes, Google has rolled out a significant batch of updates for its password manager service. With this release, users are set for a more unified password management experience that’s the same across Google Chrome and Android. Further, if you have multiple passwords for the same sites or apps, Google will automatically group them, and users will also be able to create a shortcut on their Android home screen to access their passwords with a single tap. What else is…

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Back 4 Blood update: everything you need to know about Tunnels of Terror DLC

With the latest Back 4 Blood update comes the first expansion, Tunnels of Terror, bringing a whole new host of horrors to Fort Hope. There are new cleaners, new weapons, new cards, and more, as well as changes to balance and a slew of bug fixes.   Back 4 Blood Guides (Image credit: Warner Bros.) Back 4 Blood achievements: get all 67 of the trophies Back 4 Blood crossplay: set up multiplayer cross-console  Back 4 Blood’s new expansion is a well-needed shot in the arm for the co-op shooter and…

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God of War Ragnarok rumors are getting out of hand – here’s what’s really going on

God of War Ragnarok’s release date was reportedly going to be revealed today. But there’s been a change in plans. That’s according to Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier who says a God of War Ragnarok update was on the cards for today. According to a tweet he put out earlier today, “as of very recently, there was indeed a release date announcement planned for Thursday, June 30.”  This is according to sources that are allegedly familiar with the situation. But the game’s director, Cory Barlog, has said otherwise on Twitter. Something Schreier…

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PSVR 2 looks like the most streamlined VR yet

The first non-promotional picture of Sony’s PlayStation VR 2 has been released, showing us just how streamlined the upcoming VR headset really is. Developer Bit Planet Games uploaded a picture of a PSVR 2 system on Twitter. Although the studio was quick to delete the post, likely for breaking an internal NDA with Sony, the picture has since been reuploaded to Reddit. It shows the headset alongside two PSVR 2 controllers – Sense controllers, which have been designed to replace the original system’s Move gamepads. It also shows two opaque…

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Next-generation web hosting is about to change the way websites are built

Hosting services are fundamental to the contemporary digital experience. From big businesses to local entrepreneurs, web hosting provides the behind-the-scenes technology that keeps websites online.  With more of our day-to-day life moving online, the web hosting services market is expected to keep growing. Coupled with increased demand spurred by the Covid-19 pandemic, the web hosting market is predicted to reach $321.5 billion by 2025, up from $102 billion in 2020, according to Global Industry Analysts. At the moment, the web hosting industry has many specific solutions designed for particular cases,…

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Simple Google Workspace update could save you from cybersecurity disaster

Google Workspace customers, as well as legacy G Suite Basic and Business users, are all getting a new update that has the potential to prevent major cybersecurity disasters. Google announced in a blog post that Workspace admins will benefit from new notifications every time “critical and sensitive” changes are made to their configurations. As per the post, these “intelligent alerts” will closely monitor several sensitive actions, helping administrators keep their environments on a short leash, and eliminating potentially malicious actions as soon as they arise.  Default protection Administrators can expect…

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