Netflix drops the final trailer for The Witcher just a week before its debut

Highly anticipated: Monster, magic, brutal battles, medieval political intrigue, and did I mention monsters? Netflix series The Witcher has everything fans of the books, games, or even Game of Thrones will like. The show premieres in just eight days, and today Netflix dropped one last trailer to get viewers hyped Continue Reading

Malnourished healthcare cybersecurity creates ransomware epidemic – Security

Following what it terms an unprecedented and unrelenting barrage of ransomware attacks, security vendor Emsisoft has sharply criciised American public service organisations for not acting on the growing threat and taking measures to protect it. Emsisoft released its annual report on ransomware attacks in the United States early after a Continue Reading

Ring responds to reports of its security cameras getting hacked

Why it matters: The popularity of internet-connected security cameras, particularly Ring cameras, has led to the rise of hacking software to infiltrate Ring cameras. Ring has issued a statement after several reports of users being harassed by hackers. This underscores just how vulnerable our devices can be if not properly Continue Reading

Hulu incentivizes binge viewing sessions with ad-free episodes

In brief: While some video streaming services offer an ad-free viewing experience out-of-the-box, others, like Hulu, will display ads even on paid plans. However, if you use Hulu regularly, the advertising system has just seen a few changes that might affect you for the better. In an announcement today, Hulu Continue Reading

Sling TV’s Cloud DVR can finally record ESPN channels

What just happened? Sling TV, the over-the-top Internet television service from Dish Network, is now more flexible than ever. The provider this week has enabled its Cloud DVR service on ESPN channels, allowing viewers to record the action on these Disney-owned channels for the first time. Up to this point, Continue Reading