Day: July 2, 2021

  • tvOS 15 introduces redesigned video player for Apple TV app

    tvOS 15 introduces redesigned video player for Apple TV app

    tvOS 15 includes a new look for the built-in video player interface on Apple TV. The new design features more readable titles and discoverable controls. more… The post tvOS 15 introduces redesigned video player for Apple TV app appeared first on 9to5Mac.

  • OpenZFS 2.1 is out—let’s talk about its brand-new dRAID vdevs

    OpenZFS 2.1 is out—let’s talk about its brand-new dRAID vdevs

    Enlarge / OpenZFS added distributed RAID topologies to its toolkit with today’s 2.1.0 release. (credit: Aurich Lawson) Friday afternoon, the OpenZFS project released version 2.1.0 of our perennial favorite “it’s complicated but it’s worth it” filesystem. The new release is compatible with FreeBSD 12.2-RELEASE and up, and Linux kernels 3.10-5.13. This release offers several general […]

  • Police ticket driver for sticking Starlink terminal on car’s hood

    Police ticket driver for sticking Starlink terminal on car’s hood

    California Highway Patrol A California Highway Patrol officer stopped a Toyota Prius on Friday that had what looks like a Starlink dish fastened to its hood, the agency said in a Facebook post. The “visual obstruction,” sitting right smack in the middle of the car’s hood, landed the driver a ticket. “Sir I stopped you […]

  • Here’s how to install tvOS 15 beta on your Apple TV

    Here’s how to install tvOS 15 beta on your Apple TV

    In addition to iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and macOS Monterey, Apple also released a public beta of tvOS 15 this week. And if you’re wondering how to install a tvOS release beta on your Apple TV, read on as we explain how to do just that. more… The post Here’s how to install […]

  • Apps with 5.8 million Google Play downloads stole users’ Facebook passwords

    Apps with 5.8 million Google Play downloads stole users’ Facebook passwords

    Enlarge (credit: Mateusz Slodkowski/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) Google has given the boot to nine Android apps downloaded more than 5.8 million times from the company’s Play marketplace after researchers said these apps used a sneaky way to steal users’ Facebook login credentials. In a bid to win users’ trust and lower their guard, the apps […]

  • Read Niccolo Pizarro on wondering if his parents’ sacrifices…

    Read Niccolo Pizarro on wondering if his parents’ sacrifices…

    Read Niccolo Pizarro on wondering if his parents’ sacrifices were worth it.

  • Peacock premier tiers will stream the 2021 Stanley Cup games

    Peacock premier tiers will stream the 2021 Stanley Cup games

    NBCUniversal’s streaming service Peacock will stream every remaining 2021 Stanley Cup Final match, just as the service’s parent company will stream the games on broadcast NBC. The service announced this week that the matches would kick off with a stream of Game 3 between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Montreal Canadiens. The streaming coverage will […]

  • Another day, another WD security flaw

    Another day, another WD security flaw

    Image: WD After a security vulnerability led to some WD NAS owners having their data wiped, a new vulnerability has been discovered in more of WD’s devices (via KrebsOnSecurity). The vulnerability, discovered by security researchers Pedro Ribeiro and Radek Domanski, is seemingly present on Cloud OS 3 devices and not on the newer Cloud OS […]

  • Sony makes clear it will still sell PSP games on the PS3 and Vita stores

    Sony makes clear it will still sell PSP games on the PS3 and Vita stores

    In March, Sony received widespread backlash for announcing plans to shut down the PS3 and Vita stores and remove the ability to purchase PSP games from both storefronts. The criticism led Sony to reverse course in part, promising to keep the PS3 and Vita stores open, but the company stayed committed to ending “PSP commerce […]

  • REvil ransomware attacks systems using Kaseya’s remote IT management software

    REvil ransomware attacks systems using Kaseya’s remote IT management software

    Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Just in time to ruin the holiday weekend, ransomware attackers have apparently used Kaseya — a software platform designed to help manage IT services remotely — to deliver their payload. Sophos director and ethical hacker Mark Loman tweeted about the attack earlier today, and now reports that affected […]

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