Editor's Note: December 2022 Our list of the best Samsung TVs has been updated with the BU8500 a UK-only no-frills model available in screen sizes ranging from 43 to 75 inches that’s a great option for viewers on a tight budget. Otherwise, our Samsung TV list hits all the brand’s high points, from QLED, to Neo QLED (mini-LED), and 8K displays. Matt Bolton, Senior Editor - TV & Audio The best Samsung TVs are at the top of the TV pile in terms of build, picture quality, and features. But it’s worth bearing in mind the best Samsung TV for you isn’t always the most expensive model in the line-up, there’s much more to choose from. For example, while we’re big fans of the Samsung QN900B 8K QLED TV, which is at the top of our list and the top of our best TVs guide, Samsung makes a range of TVs. Although the biggest, most high-tech sets are exciting, they’re not going to make sense for every living room or budget. We’ve reviewed hundreds of TVs over the years and know … [Read more...] about The best Samsung TV 2022: our top Samsung QLED, Neo QLED, and 8K picks
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Editor's Note: December 2022 Our guide to the best 65-inch TVs includes the top models from brands like LG, Samsung, and Sony, along with budget contenders from TCL and Hisense. With end-of-year sales happening in December, this is a great time to get a deal on one of these TVs, many of which are seeing their lowest-ever prices such as LG’s C2 OLED model, or top pick as TV of the year in the TechRadar Choice awards 2022 . Matt Bolton, Senior Editor – TV & Audio The best 65-inch TVs are creeping into more and more living rooms. As we pivoted to watching plenty more movies at home - and studios happily served us more Home Premiere releases - our home cinema experiences became more important than ever. And yes, we can happily return to the cinema now but the best 65-inch TVs are here to remind us that with the right sound set up, this is a perfect size of TV to be fully immersed in our favourite high resolution movies and TV shows. And it’s not just the size that’s … [Read more...] about The best 65-inch TV 2022: big screens for every budget
Now that he's back on Twitter , neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin wants somebody to explain the rules. Anglin, the founder of an infamous neo-Nazi website , was reinstated Thursday, one of many previously banned users to benefit from an amnesty granted by Twitter's new owner Elon Musk . The next day, Musk banished Ye , the rapper formerly known as Kanye West , after he posted a swastika with a Star of David in it. Read Also Elon Musk pauses OpenAI access to Twitter database Silicon Valley leaders welcome Elon Musk's management of Twitter "That's cool," Anglin tweeted Friday. "I mean, whatever the rules are, people will follow them. We just need to know what the rules are." Ask Musk . Since the world's richest man paid $44 billion for Twitter, the platform has struggled to define its rules for misinformation and hate speech, issued conflicting and contradictory announcements, and failed to full address what researchers … [Read more...] about musk: As Musk is learning, content moderation is a messy job
Update at 1:29 p.m. ET : AT&T's ad injection program has ended, at least for now. "We trialed an advertising program for a limited time in two airports (Dulles and Reagan National) and the trial has ended," an AT&T spokesperson told Ars. "The trial was part of an ongoing effort to explore alternate ways to deliver a free Wi-Fi service that is safe, secure and fast." Original story follows : When computer scientist Jonathan Mayer was in Washington Dulles International Airport last week, he logged onto an AT&T Wi-Fi hotspot and soon noticed that websites were showing a lot more ads than usual. The website of Stanford University, where Mayer conducts security and privacy research , was showing ads for a jewelry store and AT&T. Further Reading AT&T’s plan to watch your Web browsing—and what you can do about it Further Reading “Free” Wi-Fi from Xfinity and AT&T also frees you to be hacked "Last I checked, Stanford doesn’t hawk … [Read more...] about Researcher catches AT&T injecting ads on free airport Wi-Fi hotspot [Updated]
Audio player loading… OnePlus has announced that it’s making, or rather co-creating, a mechanical keyboard , which is a bit of a curveball for a firm that is best known for its smartphones . To be fair, OnePlus does produce kit other than smartphones – like earphones , and a smartwatch – but we didn’t see a mechanical keyboard coming. However, as the company tells us, it’s taking this direction due to popular demand. The keyboard will be made in conjunction with Keychron, and the project has been fired up as part of the ‘OnePlus Featuring’ co-creation platform. This is basically where the company works with partners to produce stuff that OnePlus users have voted on, with the first most popular project being this keyboard. So, what’s the deal with the actual peripheral itself? We were told precious little about the product by OnePlus, save that it’ll be 'customizable', and, well, that’s all the company has disclosed at this stage, save that more details will … [Read more...] about OnePlus forgets it makes smartphones and announces… a mechanical keyboard?