Sat, 7 May 2016
Title: 4K Ultra High Definition Television
High definition has meant 1080p (1,920 by 1,080) resolution for years now, and it's ready for an upgrade. That's where 4K, also called ultra high-definition, or UHD, television comes in. 4K is finally a mature, accessible technology. In this podcast we take a close look at UHD 4K technology referencing a PC Magazine post.
First some continued bad news on the security front …
Businesses pay $100,000 to DDoS extortionists who never DDoS anyone – Dan Goodin
Out-of-date apps put 3 million servers at risk of crypto ransomware infections – Dan Goodin
Now for a little good news …
Petya Ransomware's Encryption Defeated and Password Generator Released – Lawrence Abrams
NSA Launces 2016 GenCyber Camps
What Is 4K?
How Is 4K Different Than 1080p?
What if you have a 4K TV but not any 4K content?
What About HDR?
What 4K TVs Are Out There Now?
Is There Even Any 4K Content You Can Watch?
Do You Need 4K?