Author: Zach_Wilson

UnitedHealth says Blackcat is the reason healthcare providers are going unpaid

Health insurance provider UnitedHealth has identified Blackcat as the group behind a debilitating cyber attack that has disrupted healthcare providers nationwide, Reuters is reporting. The attack has led to more than a week-long outage of the the United-owned Change Healthcare system, disrupting payments at hospitals, clinics, and pharmacies across the…

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Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 4 review: redemption never sounded so good

It only took a few days with Sennheiser’s new Momentum True Wireless 4 earbuds for it to become plainly obvious that they’re a class above the company’s previous model in nearly every way. The design and overall sound signature haven’t undergone major changes. But through a number of under-the-hood tweaks…

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Here’s your first look at Tron: Ares, premiering in 2025

The third Tron movie is nearing release. Disney announced that production on Tron: Ares — a follow-up to Tron: Legacy, which itself was a sequel to the 1982 original — began in January and that the plan is for the film to premiere in 2025. As part of the announcement,…

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Google packs more searches into the Search Bar

First off, the Google Search box on Chrome will now display suggested queries based on your previous searches before you’ve started typing. In Google’s example, a user who had previously searched for the Korean noodle dish japchae would see images of similar Korean dishes beside the search box under the…

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This wildly unsafe video doorbell is still for sale on Amazon – here’s what you should know

In a recently published article, Consumer Reports (CR) is warning people of a faulty video doorbell being sold on Amazon that can be easily commandeered by a total stranger. The device itself doesn’t have a specific name as it’s sold under different brand names across multiple commerce platforms; not just…

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Saber Interactive may escape Embracer’s death hug and become a private company

Saber Interactive has reportedly found an exit strategy from the death grip of its parent company, Embracer Group AB. Bloomberg reported Thursday that “a group of private investors” will buy the studio in a deal worth roughly $500 million. Saber would then become a private company with about 3,500 employees.…

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