PUBG maker Brendan Greene lets Krafton work in his own studio, called PlayerUnknown Productions

PUBG or PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds was released in 2017 and soon became a phenomenon. It was developed by Brendan Greene, aka Brendan ‘PlayerUnknown’ Greene under PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of Krafton. Now, Greene has announced his departure from Krafton to work at his own Amsterdam-based studio called PlayerUnknown Productions. This may be why PUBG has been … Read more

New study suggests that keeping the camera on during video calls makes employees more work fatigue

During the pandemic, as everyone was confined to their homes, they found new ways to communicate, hold meetings and ensure that work ran as smoothly as possible. Most people resorted to teleworking and virtual meetings. The result was what was later described as “zoom fatigue”, a feeling of being out of energy. A new study … Read more

Switching to hybrid work led to a sharp rise in the cost of data breaches: IBM report

Data breaches now cost companies worldwide $4.24 million (about Rs. 31 crores) per incident on average, according to a recent study conducted by the Ponemon Institute in Michigan. The sudden operational change that organizations had to go through after the coronavirus pandemic was cited as one of the main reasons for this. It’s not the … Read more

Salesforce Says It Will Have Strong Cloud Demand Due To Hybrid Work, Beats Market Expectations For Second Quarter Earnings

Salesforce on Wednesday signaled that the move to hybrid work would keep demand for its cloud-based software strong in the third quarter, after surpassing market expectations for May-July earnings. The business software maker’s revenue has grown steadily over the past year, with increased automation and artificial intelligence likely to keep that momentum going, even as … Read more

The iPhone 13’s facial identification technology can work with fogging masks and glasses; Apple supposedly testing on employees

Apple is testing new facial identification hardware for the iPhone 13 lineup that will work with masks and even blurry glasses, according to a report. The Cupertino company’s next-generation facial recognition technology, which was previously said to be below a smaller notch, would also have a different positioning than the selfie camera. This suggests that … Read more

WhatsApp Test Message Reactions; It can work similarly to iMessage, Instagram, Twitter

WhatsApp has been identified by working on message reactions to allow users to express their emotions in response to the messages they receive in the app. This may be similar to how reactions are available across platforms including iMessage, Instagram and Twitter. Reactions to messages on WhatsApp may be a new step for the Facebook … Read more

Apple, IBM and insurance CEOs say they work with the White House to tackle cyber challenges

The White House is hosting an event on Wednesday that will bring together major US tech companies for a discussion of cybersecurity challenges following a series of high-profile hacking incidents earlier this year, people familiar with the event said. to Reuters. This comes as Congress ponders new legislation regarding data breach notification laws and the … Read more

Cryptocurrency theft: Poly Network offers superior security work for hackers, insists they keep a $500,000 reward

The cryptocurrency hacker who was involved in a robbery worth over $600 million (about Rs 4,462 crores) last week was offered the job of Chief Security Advisor at the same company he targeted. In addition, Poly Network insisted that “Mr. White Hat” (how the company treats the hacker) keeps the $500,000 reward (about Rs. 37.1 … Read more

Horizon Workrooms Facebook VR Remote Work App launched, billed as a step to ‘metaverse’

Facebook on Thursday released a trial of a new virtual reality teleworking application, where users of the company’s Oculus Quest 2 headsets can hold meetings as avatar versions of themselves. Beta testing of Facebook’s Horizon Workrooms app comes as many businesses continue to work from home after the COVID-19 pandemic closed their physical workspaces and … Read more

NASA interrupts SpaceX work on lunar module after blue origin process

NASA agreed on Thursday to temporarily halt work on a $2.9 billion (about INR 21,587 crores) lunar landing contract awarded to Elon Musk’s SpaceX, after rival billionaire businessman Jeff Bezos, Blue Origin , sued the US government, said an agency spokeswoman. Blue Origin said its lawsuit, filed in the US Federal Complaints Court last week, … Read more