Feb 4, 2023
Many companies work with risky third-party suppliers

Despite having well-protected digital objects and endpoints (opens in a new tab)many companies are vulnerable to cyber attacks because they work with various suppliers and third parties that are not as secure.

That’s according to a new report by cybersecurity assessment company SecurityScorecard, which analyzed more than 235,000 organizations worldwide, as well as 73,000 suppliers and the products they use, to find that virtually all companies (98%) have supplier relationships that at least one third party that has suffered a data breach in the last two years.

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Feb 3, 2023
Microsoft’s security team claims to be tracking over 100 ransomware actors

Microsoft has revealed that it is tracking over 100 cybercriminals deploying ransomware (opens in a new tab) against companies around the world.

IN recent Twitter thread (opens in a new tab)the company discussed the current state of ransomware, saying that the Ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) ecosystem continues to evolve and expand.

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Feb 2, 2023
Sharing your Netflix password will force you to log in once a month – or you’ll be locked out

New details on Netflix measures to prevent password sharing have surfaced online, revealing how the platform plans to crack down on users.

Newly found information was discovered in the US Netflix Help Center and confirmed by The Streamable (opens in a new tab) January 31; however, this page has already been removed. At the time of writing, the Help Center has reverted to its previous state. Fortunately, a copy of the terms and conditions can still be found on the site Wayback Machine (opens in a new tab)a website that takes “screenshots” of the internet for the sake of posterity.

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Jan 31, 2023
Apple gives businesses control over redesigned business cards you might like too

Your Apple Maps places search results will get much richer after the company introduced Business Connect, a new platform and toolkit for businesses of almost all sizes to edit and manage business cards.

Just as businesses and individuals can claim using Google’s knowledge boxes, businesses can claim their listings via Business Connect but must show proof of ownership.

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Jan 30, 2023
A dangerous new cybercriminal gang targets government and military targets

A dangerous new cybercriminal group targeting government agencies and military organizations in the Asia-Pacific region has been detected.

According to many cybersecurity firms that have detected the cybercriminal, it seems that he uses unconventional tactics to obtain sensitive information from targeted endpoints (opens in a new tab).

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Jan 28, 2023
Apple’s MacBook OLED could arrive as early as next year

Apple is reportedly working on its first OLED MacBook – and analysts predict it could arrive as early as next year.

The news comes from a reliable Ming-Chi Kuo insider who claims that in new thread on twitter (opens in a new tab) that the greater design freedom afforded by OLED display technology “has caused Apple to plan to ship an OLED MacBook in late 2024 at the earliest.”

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Jan 25, 2023
New PS5 Games: Upcoming PlayStation 5 Release Dates

Looking ahead to 2023 and the months ahead, there are plenty of new PS5 games to look forward to. Last year brought with it a lot of delays, which were frustrating at the time, but resulted in quite a large lineup of upcoming games. And that’s just the ones we know about, because we’re sure to be in for some big surprises.

From Hogwarts Legacy to Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, there are plenty of exciting new games coming to PlayStation 5 in 2023 – some of which will likely even make it onto our list of the best PS5 games. There’s even Final Fantasy 16 coming, which will initially be exclusive to PS5.

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Jan 24, 2023
Nvidia and Valve want to bolster Steam Deck with better GeForce Now support

Nvidia and Valve want Team Green’s GeForce Now streaming service to work better on Steam Deck for those who play in the cloud on handheld devices (and yes, there are reasons why you might want to do that – we’ll come back to that).

How Computer player (opens in a new tab) As reported, this comes from Andrew Fear, who is Director of Product Management for GeForce Now at Nvidia, and told our sister site that: “There is no native app on Steam Deck today. Use the Chromium browser to make it work. I’d say both Nvidia and Valve, I think we’re both interested in creating [GeForce Now on Steam Deck] better. But we don’t have any announcements about a native app coming to Steam.”

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Jan 23, 2023
New Xbox Series X Games: Biggest Upcoming Release Dates

2023 is here, and new Xbox Series X games will be on their way soon. After a somewhat uneventful year last year, it’s great to see Microsoft ramp up its release lineup, and the next six months promise to be exceptionally good for the Xbox platform.

From Starfield to Redfall, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S gamers will have plenty of new Xbox games to keep them busy this year – and we’re here to tell you exactly when you’ll get your hands on them.

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Jan 21, 2023
Google Docs solves this annoying print preview problem

Google Docs added increased visibility of nonprinting characters collaboration toolincluding spaces, tabs, and breaks, allowing users to distinguish them more easily.

Feature, available now after announcement (opens in a new tab) in the Google Workspace Updates blog post, it also includes line, paragraph, section, page, and column break markers and can be enabled from the View menu in Google Docs view.

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