Tuesday, May 24, 2022
HDMI cables are a staple for almost all households these days. They’ve been commonplace as a convenient and quality way to transfer both video and audio from a device with a single cable. Long gone are the days of...
Four years running, we’ve been jazzed by the potential of HDMI 2.1 — the relatively new video connector standard that can provide variable refresh rates (VRR), automatic low latency connections (ALLM), and of course, a giant pipe...
The Android 12L beta just landed a couple of days ago, and people are already starting to respond to the changes. Google is now calling upon Pixel users to give the company their feedback on their experience. If...
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Earlier this week, Sony at long last announced the PS5 would be getting replacement faceplates. And this time, they’d be official ones, rather than another opportunity for Sony’s legal team to practice writing cease and desist letters.This move is...
For the last week or so, I’ve been buried in cartridges from my youth. I’ve spent hours slicing through cute blue slimes in Dragon Warrior III and reacquainting myself with a decades-old team of monsters in Pokémon...
The Samsung Galaxy S22 range must be almost here. We know that not just because it’s been almost a year since the Samsung Galaxy S21 range launched, but because of the quantity and quality of leaks we’re seeing, which...
The Samsung Galaxy S22 is shaping up to be one of the best phones in 2022, but the latest bunch of leaks suggest that it might not be the most exciting one. While the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra may...
The vulnerability is linked to a commonly used piece of software called Log4j.December 13, 2021, 1:47 AM• 4 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleLate Saturday, the Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued...

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