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Best all-in-one computer 2020: top AIO PCs for home and office

Welcome to our pick of the best all-in-one computers money can buy in 2020. One this page you'll find top picks for all-in-one PCs that offer the power of a traditional desktop PC, but with all the internal components installed in the display, which makes them ideal for decluttering your desk.

The best all-in-one computers are great for offices, homes or studios where desktop space is at a premium. It’s no coincidence that all-in-one computers are favored by professionals in the creative industry, especially the Surface Studio 2 or iMac Pro.

Their space-saving and decluttering benefits aside, another good reason to opt for one of the best all-in-one computers– instead of a traditional tower PC – is that they can save you some money as well.

Many AIO computers boast more than enough power to meet all your computing needs for the price of one. Think about it: if you get a tower with comparable power, you’ll have to pay separately for a monitor as well. That is, unless you’ve already got a really good one at home already. If you opt for an AIO, the display already comes with the package.

Surface Studio 2


Back when the original Surface Studio hit the streets, it was a game changer for artists and content creators alike. And, even in 2019, the sequel still stands in a league of its own. The Surface Studio 2 doesn’t just feature the same gorgeous display and unique functionality, but it also ups the power significantly, making it a much more future-proof device. It’s still extraordinarily expensive, but if your use case is right for the Surface Studio 2, then, it’s hard to think of a better all-in-one PC.

Read the full review: Surface Studio 2

iMac Pro


The iMac Pro, more than any other computer on this list, is aimed squarely at professionals – and it has the hardware to back it up. Packed with up to an 18-core Intel Xeon processor and up to 128GB of RAM, there isn’t a single thing you could throw at the iMac Pro to slow it down. And, while it is, without a doubt, outrageously expensive – it doesn’t really matter. If you’re the type of person that needs this level of power (you know who you are) then the price is absolutely justified. 

Read the full review: iMac Pro

Dell XPS 27 AIO


The Dell XPS 27 AIO comes with this amazing articulating stand, and it comprises a mix of a massive 4K UHD resolution touchscreen with six ear-numbing speakers. Not only is it an attractive design, but it’s also top notch when it comes to power. Whether you’re making your own beats or listening to someone else’s, watching movies or editing your own, the Dell XPS 27 AIO is easily one of the best all-in-one PCs, and should be at the top of your list when shopping for a new PC.

Read the full review: Dell XPS 27 AIO

HP Envy Curved All-in-One


Not to be shown up by the 5K iMac or new Dell XPS AIO, HP has its own unique take on the all-in-one desktop. Though it also has all its components stored in its base like the Surface Studio, the HP Envy Curved All-in-One also adds in a booming speaker bar. Add in the ultra-wide curved screen and this is one of the best and most immersive PC for enjoying movies.

iMac (27-inch, 2019)


We went all of 2018 without a new iMac, but it looks like the wait was worth it. And, while the new iMac looks exactly like the 2017 model, it’s what’s inside that counts. Apple’s all-in-one PC has been refreshed with all new components, including 9th-generation Intel desktop processors, Radeon Pro graphics and faster SSDs. And, because that luxurious 5K Retina display is still there, it’s a no brainer for all the Apple fans out there. 

Read the full review: Apple iMac (27-inch, 2019)

Lenovo Yoga A940


Lenovo’s latest all-in-one offering isn’t as powerful as Apple’s premium AIO, the iMac Pro, or even the recently updated iMac, which now offers a 9th-generation Intel Core configuration. After all, the 8th-generation chips and Radeon RX 560 graphics are aging at this point. However, it is still plenty powerful to meet the needs of creative professionals out there who are not entirely impressed by Apple’s pricey machines. On top of that, the Lenovo Yoga A940 has a few aces up its sleeves, including 100% Adobe RGB support and Dolby Vision, a set of Dolby Atmos speakers, a port offering that’s more generous than Apple’s all-in-one, and a stylus included in the box.

Read the full review: Lenovo Yoga A940

Adapting to remote working technology during the Covid-19 crisis

Covid-19 has been the most disruptive crisis to impact UK businesses, society and the wider economy in peacetime history. The virus has proven itself more damaging and deadly than anyone had predicted just a few months ago. As a result, thousands of businesses have been given no option but to close office doors and implement a blanket remote working strategy for all staff.

What’s more, due to the extremely rapid rate in which things have escalated, many businesses in the UK have had no more than one to two weeks to overhaul their entire internal operations strategy, shifting to a 100% remote working model. 

Whilst it is true that flexible working initiatives have been a growing trend in an increasing amount of companies over the past few years, thousands of businesses are simply not ready to prepare an entire workforce for remote working.

IT infrastructure

Many are in a position where they do not have the IT infrastructure and apps to overhaul operations. They also lack the collaboration tools and technology to cope with the change to remote working, and they are ill-equipped with the resources to re-train staff on how to use new systems. Additionally, managing tasks like payroll, analytics, finance, sales as well as keeping data safe and ensuring workplace cohesion via video conferences over the course of half-a-month can be extremely time consuming.

A recent survey from private equity firm Leonne International found that more than a quarter of business decision makers believe their company lacks skilled workers to manage “widespread and long-term remote working for staff”. At the same time, four in ten businesses say they intend to increase their IT and tech investment to support their employees working in home isolation and almost half agree businesses should be more open to collaboration at this trying time.

The good news is that there are plenty of services and technologies available to ensure that companies can continue operating relatively smoothly, despite the disruption.

Software-as-a-Service

With modern developments in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) capabilities, and cloud technologies, for example, the world has never been in a better position to deal with a crisis which has confined so many to their own homes for the foreseeable future. One of the most difficult periods for businesses which are fortunate enough to survive this awful time and the looming recession, is now. Retraining employees, habituating to brand new services and applications, and recreating a remote version of office culture is half the battle in maintaining productivity and even profitability in your business.

However, engaging a ‘brand new’ remote working strategy does not mean you have to throw your company culture out with the bath water. In fact, web-based business tool providers and software development companies have spent years ensuring their technology runs as smoothly and safely as possible, allowing employees to switch seamlessly between remote and office-based environments, without tarnishing or disrupting company culture or communication channels. 

Technology cannot replace culture, but it can complement it. Culture can still be promoted remotely and this can be down to strong leadership setting the tone and ensuring the same cultural aspects are promoted among the entire company. It is still true, however, that adopting a plethora of new services in just a couple of weeks can be difficult, and there are a number of things businesses and employees should look out for when implementing a 100% remote working model:

Understanding the technology

Without teaching TechRadar readers to suck eggs, it’s important that all your employees, colleagues or even managers are up to date on what technology is required for your business operations, and, more importantly, what each type of technology is. 

For example, unless already implemented, it’s essential that key decision makers are aware of the difference between Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and which is required based on your company offering and requirements.

Selecting simplicity

Of course, implementing a remote working strategy has to start with the right technology. It can be so easy for operations managers to select a range of different online or software tools from an abundance of different providers based on user ratings. This usually results in a ‘Frankenstein’s monster’ of an IT infrastructure – with different SaaS applications running different departments or functions of a business. This makes it impossible to view data across an organisation within any timescale that is useful to make strategic business decisions.

This should not be the case, and businesses should ensure that all applications and software belong to one provider, on one platform. Usability is also a key factor to consider when selecting any new vendor, especially as staff need to adapt quickly and while working remotely.

Investing in online resources

A recent report from a UK think tank found that one third of employees have experienced their video conference system crashing in the past three weeks. This is unsurprising considering the huge influx of remote workers and the considerable strain this is having on existing home IT resources.

Organisations which are facing consistent IT disruptions have clearly failed to adapt to the online requirement of remote working. This requires a suitable internet bandwidth (a household containing 2-4 remote workers should consider a download speed of no less than 100 to 200 Mbps).

Furthermore, outdated hardware previously used for nothing more than web surfing may not be adequate for home working. Organisations should consider updating employee computers or webcams with a modern equivalent if constant problems are hindering performance or productivity (As a rule of thumb, system specification of at least 4GB of RAM, a modern computer processing unit (CPU) with 1.6GHz processing speed, and a hard drive or solid state drive with at least 100gb of space is ideal).

Security

Since the outbreak of Covid-19 in the UK, we have noticed an increasing amount of cyber criminals attempting to take advantage of businesses new widespread remote working policy. A surge in unsecured, new devices and increased home device-use, has given cyber attackers a plethora of new outlets to engage, hack or corrupt, meaning business data is more vulnerable than ever. 

Utilizing a platform service provider which prioritizes security and privacy is essential. Things to look out for when considering if a service provider is safe, is: do they run advertisements? – if so, it’s likely that customer data is being used in some way for personalized ads, so your personal and company data is not just stored in your own IT infrastructure, but also in the ad-service providers for your platform. 

It’s also worth considering whether the company you work for has their own data center – if so, you can be more confident that the utmost due diligence and security procedures are taking place in maintaining the data security of the services you utilize.

Online training

Not everyone can get to grips with new technology straight away. So it’s important that training sessions via video conference are offered to all employees, so that everyone can get to grips with new technology as fast as possible. This will not only assist with productivity, but also company security – it’s easy to forget that the influx of remote working encourages opportunistic cyber criminals to target employees who may not be well versed in simple cyber security or fraud detection measures. 

Instant access to online advice and tech support is also invaluable at this time, which is why we at Zoho have boosted our online 24/7 tech support service.

Nvidia GeForce Now is losing more games - but there's hope for the future

Nvidia GeForce Now subscribers, do you want the good news first, or the bad news?

Bad news it is then – the technically-accomplished game streaming service is about to lose a significant number of games, including popular titles like Yakuza 0 and Kiwami, Two Point Hospital as well as Shenmue I and II. You can see the full list of titles leaving the service here.

It's the latest blow to the service, following a number of high profile catalog losses following GeForce Now's move out of beta and into a full, paid-for product.

But this time at least, it comes with a silver lining. The good news? Nvidia may finally have a solution to stabilize its library, and build stronger, consistent relationships with the developers of the games it wants to feature.

Opt-in gaming

Going forward, developers and publishers will have to opt-in for their games to be a part of Nvidia GeForce Now. Previously, it seems Nvidia had moved to add support for titles without the explicit prior approval of the publishers behind them, on the basis that it wasn't selling licenses to games directly itself. Instead, GeForce Now was seen as just a portal to access titles gamers already owned on existing PC streaming platforms, and GeForce Now was just the conduit to access them.

But with publishers and developers still figuring out their own cloud gaming strategies, this introduced conflict. So instead, Nvidia will now require all parties to opt-in before a game is featured.

“Response has been strong with over 200 publishers committing to streaming on the service,” said Phil Eisler, Nvidia’s GeForce Now vice president. 

“Going forward, only the games that are opted in will be available on the service, providing confidence in the GeForce Now game library. Yet some publishers are still figuring out their cloud strategies. Those that haven’t opted in as of May 31 will be removed.”

While in the short term this will mean more game losses, looking forward it means that you're far less likely to see games suddenly disappear from GeForce Now. Plus, it gives a framework for those that have left the service to re-negotiate and come back onboard. It finally feels like progress for a service that showed so much early potential.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s next big update lets you play as Captain Price

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is about to receive a slew of new content as part of its Season 4 update, with new playable characters on the way including the fan-favorite Captain Price.

Activision dropped an explosive trailer for the upcoming season, and teased that “The story is far from over”, which could hint at additional content for the game’s single-player campaign. We also got to see a glimpse of Captain Price entering the battle royale mayhem of Warzone, and there’s a peek at the map Scrapyard that debuted in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

All-out war

Warzone, Call of Duty’s free-to-play battle royale mode, has recently added extra steps to combat cheats by introducing new measures such as two-factor authentication. It also reached an impressive milestone of over 60 million players, and continues to be one of the most popular games on the streaming platform Twitch

There’s less than a week left to grind through Season 3’s battle pass before Season 4 kicks off on June 3, but thankfully all players can earn double XP, weapon XP and battle pass tier progression starting Friday (May 29) to Sunday (June 1). If you want to unlock all the cosmetics on offer and recoup some Call of Duty points (Call of Duty’s in-game currency), you won't want to miss out. 

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is available on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The only question is: where we droppin’?

Apple is making a movie with Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio

Apple is making another big move into entertainment, this time producing a $150 million+ movie directed by Martin Scorsese that stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro. Apple will take on the cost of the upcoming Killers of the Flower Moon, while Paramount will distribute it in theaters around the world. 

The upside for Apple? It will bring the movie to its Apple TV Plus streaming service, according to a report by Deadline, marking its biggest film project yet by far. Apple apparently outbid other suitors like Netflix to get the movie. The report says the budget for the project could be $180-200 million. 

This represents Apple's second big swing in a week for a major motion picture on its streaming service. Just last week it secured the rights to Greyhound, a Tom Hanks WWII movie originally destined for a theatrical release. That apparently cost $70 million.

This film is based on the 2017 non-fiction book Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI, about the 1920s murders of wealthy members of the Osage Nation of people in Oklahoma over oil reserves. DiCaprio and De Niro play the leads. It's described as a 'large-scale western'. 

Apple is about to shake the streaming wars up again

While Apple TV Plus launched in November 2019 and has released a steady clip of new projects, this is the sort of big splash that'll help the electronics giant secure attention for its streaming service down the line. It comes at a hefty price tag, evidently, but Apple theoretically has all the money in the world to make its streaming service a big success. 

The Irishman, even though it didn't win any Oscars, did secure 10 nominations and a lot of attention for Netflix. Maybe that's the sort of credibility Apple is looking for, here.

Fujitsu offers a new way to work from home with major device rollout

Fujitsu has unveiled 14 new models of tablets, notebooks and mobile workstations geared towards a the newly mobile, remote workforce working from home due to the coronavirus lockdown. 

The launches include nine models of Notebook LIFEBOOK, four models of the ARROWS Tab (Windows tablet) and one model of Fujitsu Workstation CELSIUS, all of which will go on sale in Japan from today.

Many companies are allowing all employees to continue working from home, with the COVID-19 pandemic changing the way the business world operates, and Fujitsu says its new launches reflect this new reality, with the releases targeting a wide range of remote workers.

  Future-ready

The new launches include multiple variants of the LIFEBOOK U-Series:

  • FUJITSU Notebook LIFEBOOK U7310/D
  • FUJITSU Notebook LIFEBOOK U7410/D
  • FUJITSU Notebook LIFEBOOK U7510/D
  • FUJITSU Notebook LIFEBOOK U9310/D
  • FUJITSU Notebook LIFEBOOK U9310X/D

All the models under this range feature a 10th generation Intel CPU, as well as the Windows 10 OS updated as of last November. There is also a privacy camera shutter function which prevents unauthorised access to the webcam.

The LIFEBOOK E/A series features large-screen laptops suited primarily for office and remote work. All four models in this series have a removable privacy filter that prevents third-party snooping and protects against information leaks. 

The LIFEBOOK notebooks will be available from late May onwards, with four new models being released:

  • FUJITSU Notebook LIFEBOOK E5410/D 
  • FUJITSU Notebook LIFEBOOK E5510/D
  • FUJITSU Notebook LIFEBOOK A7510/D
  • FUJITSU Notebook LIFEBOOK A5510/D

The ARROWS Tab Q series, meanwhile, offers both educational and enterprise models which will go on sale in Japan from late May to early June.

The educational tablets come with a QR code reader application and Function Manager-QR Code Reader. This is a proprietary application developed by Fujitsu Cloud Computing which can scan QR codes on textbooks and use pre-installed video and audio resources. 

  • FUJITSU Tablet ARROWS Tab Q7310/DE
  • FUJITSU Tablet ARROWS Tab Q7310/DB
  • FUJITSU Tablet ARROWS Tab Q5010/DE
  • FUJITSU Tablet ARROWS Tab Q5010/DB

The CELSIUS M7010 mobile workstation comes with the Windows 10 May 2019 update installed and like Fujitsu's notebooks, will be available in late May. 

Qualcomm and Samsung take note: Another Chinese firm wants to build its own CPUs

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo has announced it will redouble its efforts to develop its own smartphone CPUs.

The move is likely driven by the need to reduce its reliance on leading US-based chip maker Qualcomm, due to the ever-escalating tensions between Beijing and Washington.

The company first set out to design its own mobile chips last year, during a period in which the conflict between fellow Chinese firm Huawei and the US was making headlines.

Oppo smartphone chips

Oppo has now doubled down on the development project, as shown by an aggressive hiring spree that has seen the firm poach experienced engineers from mobile industry players Mediatek and UNISOC.

The most high-profile new recruit is Jeffery Ju, MediaTek's former co-COO and former Xiaomi executive, who had also previously worked with Oppo as a consultant. Another executive from from Mediatek’s 5G SoC development segment is also expected to join the firm imminently.

By bringing in fresh talent, Oppo aims to reduce its dependence on suppliers based in the US and improve its penetration of overseas markets, where it has been gaining ground of late.

Figures from analyst firm IDC suggest the company's European shipments have grown by more than 1000%, in part due to collaborations with partners including Vodafone, Orange and Telefonica.

According to Oppo, the investment in first-party chips is designed to enhance user experience, as well as shore up the company's long-term position.

However, while the benefits of a chip designed and produced in-house are clear, the process is also expected to carry significant cost and perfecting the design could prove to be a drawn-out affair.

Via Nikkei Asia Review

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Procesory Intel Core i5-10400 i 10400F lepszego i gorszego sortu - który trafisz to już loteria

Jesteśmy po premierze procesorów Intel Core 10. generacji, a w sieci nie brakuje testów nowych układów. Spore zainteresowanie mogą wzbudzić tanie i dobre modele Core i5-10400 i 10400F. Jak się okazuje, układy są dostępne w dwóch rewizjach – lepszej i gorszej.

Phantasy Star Online 2 launch marred by Windows 10 Store issues

Fans of Phantasy Star Online have been waiting close to a decade for PSO2 to arrive in the West. That wait is finally over, with the game coming to Xbox One and Windows 10, but the transition has not been without issues, mostly due to Microsoft’s iffy Windows Store. 

The Phantasy Star Online 2 subreddit has plenty of complaints about installing the game on PC via the Windows Store. Most of the errors come down to file permissions, which are notoriously locked down for many Windows Store apps. Even accessing the install folder for many Windows 10 Store games has a lot of hoops to jump through.

Unfortunately, messing with those file permissions also comes with its own problems and can lead to the game being deleted to protect against file tampering.

Fans are already calling for SEGA to release a non-store version of Phantasy Star Online 2 as most of the issues stem from Microsoft’s infrastructure. So far, Microsoft and SEGA have yet to comment, but hopefully they will both be aware of the issue and able to fix soon. If you want to try your luck at getting the game working yourself, there is a handy megathread available with a few troubleshooting tips, HERE.

KitGuru Says: I’ve had plenty of my own battles with the Windows Store in the last four years, so it is easy to understand the frustration users are facing here. Have any of you tried to install this since launch yesterday? Did you run into problems? 

Overcoming the barriers to digital transformation

Digital transformation has been on the agenda of business leaders and IT departments alike for some time now. And for good reason. The promise of improved operational efficiencies, faster time to market and better employee collaboration is too great for many to ignore. According to recent research, 70% of companies already either have a digital transformation strategy in place or are working on one.

However, the road to a digital-first workforce isn’t an easy one and although digital transformation efforts are underway in most organisations, many common challenges remain. The top barriers range from insufficient budgets and cybersecurity concerns to legacy systems and the adoption of new technologies. Mobility and the rise of mobile working, which go hand in hand with digital transformation, also pose a challenge. 

Despite these potential challenges, for many businesses – whether they operate in retail, finance or manufacturing industries – it’s a matter of transform or be left behind. Tackling the hurdles to digital transformation and embracing digital change has never been more important. So, how can CTOs and IT departments overcome these common challenges and successfully transform their business into a smarter organisation?

Overcoming a lack of budget

Digital transformation obviously doesn’t come without extra investment. It’s therefore unsurprising that a common roadblock on a business’ digital transformation journey is often a lack of funds. For businesses who are lucky enough to receive greater IT budgets, much of the attention is placed on emerging technologies like AI and IoT. However, digital transformation isn’t just about shiny new technologies that transform business and operational models, it’s about change taking place at all levels – right down to the technologies that employees are using on a day-to-day basis.

Hardware remains an integral part of any IT strategy and therefore should be part of any organisation’s IT modernization efforts. Completely overhauling an employee device strategy with new devices is an expensive and time-intensive process. Not to mention managing the day-to-day device lifecycle management which adds significant complexity.

To overcome this many businesses are considering other purchasing options, such as PC-as-a-Service (PCaaS), as part of their digital transformation strategy. PCaaS, which can encompass everything from mobile devices to desktop PCs, is an Opex (operational expenditure) subscription-based model which often includes services such as purchasing, configurating, managing, refreshing and retiring devices. This means an organisation pays a monthly rate for the use of a vendor’s devices and additional services, rather than buying hardware outright (referred to as Capex). Businesses can benefit from updated technology, whilst being able to amortize device costs over time, as well as scaling up and down depending on the need.

Surmounting security concerns

The PCaaS model also provides a potential solution to another common barrier to digital transformation – security. PCaaS can encompass data backup, disaster recovery and remote wiping, giving a business the peace of mind that if the device is stolen, damaged or suffers a cyber-attack that valuable corporate data can be both wiped or recovered.

As more companies embrace digital transformation and with it mobile working strategies, this raises concerns over keeping sensitive data safe. In fact, cybersecurity concerns are a primary worry for business leaders, hindering potential organisational transformation. In a recent survey, 60% of respondents said that exposure of customer data was the largest security concern, closely followed by cybercriminal sophistication (56%) and increased threat surface (53%). 

Overcoming the growing sophistication of cybercriminals is no easy task. However, as with any IT project, it’s fundamental that businesses consider security from day zero and equip themselves with the right protective technologies to ease concerns. Devices which include advanced biometric features and hardware-based credential  storage capabilities provide a strong first line of defense.

Other security measures such as zero client solutions go even further and help nullify data-related threats by withdrawing sensitive data from the device itself. With information stored away on a central, cloud-based system, these solutions protect against unsolicited access to information if a device is lost or stolen. This is especially useful for mobile workers looking to access data outside of the office or on the move.

Leaving legacy systems behind

A new wave of technologies such as AR, 5G and IoT have been the catalyst for business-wide digital transformation efforts. However, reliance on legacy systems is posing a major bottleneck for many organisations looking to build a digital-first business. The problem is that whilst these new technologies are new and exciting, they create vast amounts of data and many organisations are struggling to efficiently scale their IT capabilities to cope with this increase in demand.

So, what’s the answer for organisations who don’t have the resources to simply ‘rip and replace’ infrastructure? Edge computing solutions enable organisations to resolve this challenge, while at the same time creating new methods of gathering, analyzing and redistributing data and derived intelligence. Processing data at the edge reduces strain on the cloud so users can be more selective of the data they send to the network core.

Digital transformation will undoubtedly remain a major part of business conversations for many years to come. Whilst it seems we’re on the way to a digital-first future, not all organisations have arrived in the digital age and there are still several challenges to overcome. With digital-first companies expected to be 64% more likely to meet their business goals, the benefits for those embracing digital transformation are clearer than ever – they’ll just need to overcome a few stumbling blocks along the way.

OpenRoaming offers frictionless Wi-Fi connectivity

The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) has formally launched OpenRoaming, a platform of federated Wi-Fi networks that allows users to seamlessly move between hotspots without the need to reconnect or enter security credentials.

With OpenRoaming, compatible devices have their identity verified just once – usually by a mobile operator. There is no need to manually search for Wi-Fi networks or enter passwords. The idea is that using Wi-Fi is as frictionless as 4G or 5G, with users passed between cell sites.

As telcos invest in fibre and 5G infrastructure, the concept of converged networks that combine fixed, cellular and wireless connectivity is gaining traction. OpenRoaming hopes to simplify the wireless element of the equation and reduce fragmentation.

OpenRoaming network

The advantages of OpenRoaming are myriad, with end users benefitting from faster speeds, a more reliable connection indoors, and lower battery consumption. On the other hand, businesses can enjoy enhanced productivity and rollout new applications - for example, Wi-Fi can be used to provide location services to shoppers seeking a retailer, or to a project team looking for a meeting room.

The technology has been successfully trialled in Orkney by Cisco and has been rolled out commercially in London’s Canary Wharf. Members include firms from across the mobile industry, including AT&T, Boingo, Broadcom, Cisco, Deutsche Telekom, Google, Intel, Orange, Purple Wi-Fi, and Samsung.

The WBA says business can provide additional value to their existing services or create entirely new commercial business models. It is inviting more operators, venues and other firms to join the consortium.

“Wi-Fi is already arguably the most successful wireless technology of our time, but with these globally agreed standards and policies, we can take public-guest Wi-Fi to another level in terms of ease-of-use and global availability,” said Tiago Rodrigues, CEO of the WBA.

“The WBA OpenRoaming creates an open framework for all types of players to join and develop their Wi-Fi services and create new business opportunities. We invite venues, vendors and operator/identity providers to join WBA OpenRoaming and revolutionise Wi-Fi usage around the world.”

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Silent Hill DLC comes to Dead By Daylight next month

Over the years, Dead By Daylight has collaborated with some of the biggest horror franchises around, introducing new killers and monsters from the likes of SAW, Scream, Halloween, Stranger Things and more. The latest DLC for Dead By Daylight is a collaboration with one of the best horror franchises in gaming- Silent Hill. 

Pyramid Head will be arriving as part of the Silent Hill-themed DLC, which also adds a new map and survivor character. Pyramid Head will be known as ‘The Executioner’ in Dead By Daylight and the new map will be inspired by the Midwich Elementary School from Silent Hill.

The new survivor is Heather/Cheryl Mason from Silent Hill 3. Unique abilities and new gameplay elements for these new Silent Hill characters have not been announced yet, but the DLC will be arriving on the 16th of June.

This of course comes at a time where Sony Japan is rumoured to be working on a ‘soft reboot’ of Silent Hill for Konami. Some also claim that this new Silent Hill game will be announced in the next month.

KitGuru Says: It has been a while since I last played Dead by Daylight, but I may have to return to check out this new DLC. Have many of you been keeping up with Dead By Daylight? Are you going to be getting the new Silent Hill DLC? 

Hackers hid ransomware in virtual machines

Can you explain in simple terms how the Ragnar Locker gang used the virtual machine to deploy the ransomware executable?

​This is the first time we have seen virtual machines used for ransomware. The Ragnar Locker gang embedded the ransomware executable on the virtual disk image (VDI) of the virtual machine (VM). The ransomware executable is not sent into the network and is not run on the physical endpoint, but runs solely in the virtual machine.

What are the tell-tale signs or tools that can be used to detect this type of attack?

On the physical machine, the actions by the ransomware in the virtual machine are tunnelled and performed by a well-known and normally trusted process. A tell-tale sign is high CPU usage by a single process and the mass writing into existing documents and other files. The best tool to defend against this type of attack is with a security tool (anti-ransomware) that is specifically designed to detect the unusual mass file writes via behavioural monitoring with a zero-trust attitude.

As well as being a new technique, what is so threatening about this method of attack?

The attack hides the ransomware executable in a relatively large file, of a file type that security tools typically don't process: a virtual disk image (VDI). In addition, the ransomware executable runs in a virtual machine and because of the underlying hypervisor technology, is not visible by security tools on the physical machine.

While this attempt was unsuccessful, do you think that with the increasing use of VMs this tactic will become more savvy and therefore successful?

Although this is a bold attack, it is also noisy due to its foot-print and high CPU usage. In networks that haven't invested in ransomware protection, this attack can be successful, but I don't think we will see this approach become common.

What type of organisations do you think are most at risk from this technique?

Since more ransomware attacks are human-operated, every organisation is a target. They all should be prepared and have a recovery plan (printed on paper). One successful spam or phishing email, an exposed RDP port, a vulnerable exploitable gateway device or stolen remote access credentials are enough for these active adversaries to gain a foothold. However, with more criminal gangs asking for millions of dollars in ransom demands, it is clear that larger organisations with more money and a bigger attack surface are at greater risk.

What else should we know?

In the last few months, we’ve seen ransomware evolve in several ways. But the Ragnar Locker adversaries are taking ransomware to a new level and thinking outside of the box.

They are deploying a well-known and trusted hypervisor to hundreds of endpoints simultaneously, together with a pre-installed and pre-configured virtual disk image (VDI) guaranteed to run their ransomware.

“Like a ghost able to interact with the material world, their virtual machine is tailored per endpoint, so it can encrypt the local disks and mapped network drives on the physical machine from within the virtual plane and out of the detection realm of most endpoint protection products. The overhead involved to covertly run their 50 kilobyte ransomware seems like a bold, noisy move, but could pay-off in some networks that are not properly protected against ransomware.


Mark Loman is director of engineering, Threat Mitigation at Sophos.

Skullcandy's true wireless earbuds come with clever feature for forgetful owners

True wireless earbuds are undoubtably one of the most convenient ways you can listen to music, but their small builds and lack of cables means that they are easily misplaced.

Skullcandy hopes to remedy this with its new range of true wireless earbuds, which comes with built-in Tile trackers. This means you can ring your earbuds, see their location on a map, or "employ Tile's global finding network" to locate them, explains CJ Prober, CEO of Tile. 

This tracking technology is built into every single earbud, so you're covered if you lose just one down the back of the sofa.

There are four new models in total, including the Push Ultra, Indy Fuel, Indy Evo and Sesh Evo wireless earbuds – all of which come in a range of colors. 

Powerbeats Pro alternatives?

The Push Ultra are the brand's flagship pair, and look fairly similar to the Powerbeats Pro, with a moldable ear hook that keeps the buds securely in your ears. 

Designed as running headphones, the Skullcandy Push Ultra sport an IP67 dust/waterproof rating, so they can withstand a little sweat – and with 40 hours total battery life (that's six from the buds and a further 34 hours from the wireless charging case), they should have the staying power to get through all your weekly workouts.

Costing $100 / £120 (about AU$150 – Australian pricing is still to be confirmed), these wireless earbuds could prove a compelling alternative to the Powerbeats Pro if you want to save a little money. Hopefully they improve upon their predecessors, the Skullcandy Push, which didn't exactly impress us with muddy bass and an underwhelming battery life.

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The Skullcandy Push Ultra.

The Indy Fuel and Indy Evo pick up where the original Skullcandy Indy left off, with an AirPods-style design that's been upgraded with silicone eartips – not unlike the AirPods Pro. The Indy Fuel come with a wireless charging case and will set you back $100 / £120, while the Indy Evo are a little cheaper thanks to a regular charging case, costing $80 / £90 (about AU$120).

If you're sticking to a strict budget, you may be interested in the cheapest true wireless earbuds in the new range, the Sesh Evo. Skullcandy says that these buds come with a 24-hour battery life, preset EQ modes, and an IP55 dust/water-resistance rating – and at $60 / £60 (about AU$90), they're pretty wallet-friendly. 


iPhone 12 release date might be delayed longer than we expected

It's unlikely the iPhone 12 release date will be in September, despite Apple phones traditionally being launched and going on sale in that month - we've now heard enough leaks and speculation suggesting that the iPhone 12 will be delayed to make us think that will indeed be the case.

The big question now is by how long the launch will be delayed - and new information suggests the iPhone 12 release has been pushed back quite a bit.

This claim comes via analysts at financial services firm Cowen (as reported by GizChina), which has previously predicted Apple's plans. According to a report from the firm, the iPhone 12 release date could be pushed back to late November, at least two months later than we'd expected.

The reason for this deal is, of course, the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, which has disrupted supply chains and manufacturing schedules, so Apple pushing back the date is understandable.

Various possible release dates

Some reports suggest the iPhone 12 won't be delayed, but these are few and far between. Instead, a delay of roughly a month has seemed to be the consensus, which would point to October.

A November release for the iPhone 12 would therefore be later than we expected, and it would likely leave the phone as the last big handset reveal of 2020, after the Google Pixel 5, which we're expecting in October.

Some rumors suggest the iPhone 12 could be pushed back all the way to 2021, which would really upset Apple's release schedule, given that an iPhone release in September has become a highlight of the tech event calendar.

We'll find out for sure when the iPhone 12 launch is... well, whenever it shows up, and unless Apple tells us way ahead of time (unlikely, given that we usually get just two weeks' notice before an iPhone launch event), we'll just have to wait until later in the year to see when Apple's newest phone is going to be announced.

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This is one of the best value Samsung S20 deals we've seen and it is filled with data

When Samsung launched its brand new Samsung Galaxy S20 range, it gave those looking to save some money an option - lose 5G functionality and save an extra £100. But with a recent offer from Three, you don't need to make that choice.

Offering the 5G version of the phone at a price competing with the 4G editions, this deal is excellent. You're getting 100GB of data and only having to pay £45 a month and £29 upfront to get it.

And if you don't mind splashing the cash slightly more, the exact same offer on the larger and more powerful S20 Plus will cost you just £2 a month more. That pricing really is exceptional, beating out the market with ease.

You can see these Samsung Galaxy S20 deals and Samsung S20 Plus deals below. Make sure you follow these links as you will not find these offers directly on the Three website.


These Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus deals in full:

Upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus:

What's so good about the Samsung S20 and S20 Plus?

Samsung Galaxy S20: The cheapest of the three new devices but easily the one most people will go for. Like its two bigger brothers, the S20 comes with 5G compatibility and a 120Hz display meaning smooth transitions between different apps and activities. It has the smallest display at 6.2-inches but holds the same Quad-HD+ Dynamic AMOLED display. Internally, there's a triple camera set-up, offering a telephoto 64MP camera and a wide angle and Ultra Wide, plus a 4000mAh battery and 12GB RAM.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus: Stepping up in cost, the S20 Plus is the middle choice, landing you the same camera set-up as above but with the addition of a depth vision lens allowing to create 3D feeling images. The battery is increased to a size of 4500mAh and the screen climbs to 6.7-inches.

Microsoft admits Windows 10 May 2020 Update already has a load of problems

Windows 10 May 2020 Update is now available to download, and to celebrate, Microsoft has made the odd – but commendable – decision to post a list of known issues with the update.

The list explains what known issues are with the latest update, and you should take a look to see if any apply to you. If they do, then it’s worth holding off installing the May 2020 Update until Microsoft fixes them.

Some issues have simple workarounds, while others are waiting for Microsoft to fix them, and are severe enough for the company to warn that: “We recommend that you do not attempt to manually update using the Update now button or the Media Creation Tool until this issue has been resolved.”

Known Windows 10 May 2020 issues

While none of these issues seems too bad, check out the list below to see if you’ll be affected (list taken directly from Microsoft's website):

Difficulty connecting to more than one Bluetooth device

Realtek and Microsoft have found incompatibility issues with certain versions of drivers for Realtek Bluetooth radios and Windows 10, version 2004 (the Windows 10 May 2020 Update). Windows 10 devices with affected Realtek Bluetooth radio drivers might be unable to connect or pair with more than one Bluetooth device at a time after updating.

To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a compatibility hold on Windows 10 devices with affected Realtek Bluetooth radio drivers installed from being offered Windows 10, version 2004 or Windows Server, version 2004 until the driver has been updated.

Affected platforms:

  • Client: Windows 10, version 2004
  • Server: Windows Server, version 2004

Next steps: Microsoft and Realtek are working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

Note: We recommend that you do not attempt to manually update using the Update now button or the Media Creation Tool until this issue has been resolved.

Errors or issues during or after updating devices with Conexant ISST audio drivers

Synaptics and Microsoft have found incompatibility issues with certain versions of drivers for Conexant ISST audio driver and Windows 10, version 2004 (the Windows 10 May 2020 Update). Windows 10 devices with affected Conexant ISST audio driver might receive an error or experience issues while installing the update or after the device has updated. The affected driver will be named Conexant ISST Audio or Conexant HDAudio Driver under Sound, video and game controllers in Device Manager and have file name uci64a96.dll through uci64a231.dll and a file version lower than 7.231.3.0.

To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a compatibility hold on Windows 10 devices with affected Conexant or Synaptics audio drivers installed from being offered Windows 10, version 2004 or Windows Server, version 2004 until the driver has been updated.

Affected platforms:

  • Client: Windows 10, version 2004
  • Server: Windows Server, version 2004

Workaround: To mitigate this issue, you will need to check with your device manufacturer (OEM) to see if an updated driver is available and install it.

Next steps: Microsoft and Synaptics are working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

Note: We recommend that you do not attempt to manually update using the Update now button or the Media Creation Tool until this issue has been resolved.

Errors or issues during or after updating devices with certain Conexant audio drivers

Synaptics and Microsoft have found incompatibility issues with certain versions of drivers for Conexant or Synaptics audio devices and Windows 10, version 2004 (the Windows 10 May 2020 Update). Windows 10 devices with affected Conexant or Synaptics audio drivers might receive a stop error with a blue screen during or after updating to Windows 10, version 2004. The affected driver will be named Conexant HDAudio Driver under Sound, video and game controllers in Device Manager and have versions 8.65.47.53, 8.65.56.51, or 8.66.0.0 through 8.66.89.00 for chdrt64.sys or chdrt32.sys.

To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a compatibility hold on Windows 10 devices with affected Conexant or Synaptics audio drivers installed from being offered Windows 10, version 2004 or Windows Server, version 2004 until the driver has been updated.

Affected platforms:

  • Client: Windows 10, version 2004
  • Server: Windows Server, version 2004

Next steps: Microsoft and Synaptics are working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

Note: We recommend that you do not attempt to manually update using the Update now button or the Media Creation Tool until this issue has been resolved.

Issues using ImeMode property to control IME mode for individual text entry fields

Some apps utilize the ImeMode property to control the IME (Input Method Editor) mode for individual text entry fields to increase typing efficiency. Some IMEs in Windows 10, version 2004 (the May 2020 Update) might have issues using the ImeMode property with certain apps. For example, the input mode will not switch automatically to Kanji or Hiragana.

Affected platforms:

  • Client: Windows 10, version 2004
  • Server: Windows Server, version 2004

Next steps: For more information and workaround steps, please see KB4564002.

Variable refresh rate not working as expected on devices with Intel iGPU

Intel and Microsoft have found incompatibility issues when using a monitor with Variable refresh rate (VRR) plugged into an Intel integrated graphics processing unit (iGPU) display adapter and Windows 10, version 2004 (the Windows 10 May 2020 Update). Enabling VRR on affected devices will not enable the VRR for most games, especially games using Direct X 9.

To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a compatibility hold on Windows 10 devices with affected drivers or firmware from being offered Windows 10, version 2004.

Affected platforms:

  • Client: Windows 10, version 2004

Next steps: Microsoft and Intel are working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

Note: We recommend that you do not attempt to manually update using the Update now button or the Media Creation Tool until this issue has been resolved.

Stop error when plugging or unplugging a Thunderbolt dock

Intel and Microsoft have found incompatibility issues when Windows 10, version 2004 (the Windows 10 May 2020 Update) is used with certain settings and a Thunderbolt dock. On affected devices, you might receive a stop error with a blue screen when plugging or unplugging a Thunderbolt dock. Affected Windows 10 devices will have at least one Thunderbolt port, have Kernel DMA Protection enabled and Windows Hypervisor Platform disabled. 

To verify your Kernel DMA Protection settings, please see How to check if Kernel DMA Protection is enabled. To verify your Windows Hypervisor Platform settings, select Start, type turn windows features on or off and select it. When the Windows Features dialog opens, find the setting for Windows Hypervisor Platform. If it is note checked, then Windows Hypervisor Platform is disabled.

To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a compatibility hold on Windows 10 devices with affected drivers or firmware from being offered Windows 10, version 2004.

Affected platforms:

  • Client: Windows 10, version 2004

Next steps: Microsoft and Intel are working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

Note We recommend that you do not attempt to manually update using the Update now button or the Media Creation Tool until this issue has been resolved.

Errors or unexpected restarts for some devices using Always On, Always Connected

Some devices using the Always On, Always Connected feature might have compatibility issues with Windows 10, version 2004 (the Windows 10 May 2020 Update). Affected devices will have more than one Always On, Always Connected capable network adapter, such as the Microsoft Surface Pro 7 and Microsoft Surface Laptop 3, and might receive errors or unexpected shutdown or restart.

To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a compatibility hold on Windows 10 devices with affected drivers or firmware from being offered Windows 10, version 2004.

  • Client: Windows 10, version 2004

Next steps: We are working on a resolution and estimate a solution will be available in mid-June.

Note: We recommend that you do not attempt to manually update using the Update now button or the Media Creation Tool until this issue has been resolved.

No mouse input with apps and games using GameInput Redistributable

An incompatibility issue was found with some apps and games using GameInput Redistributable and Windows 10, version 2004 (the Windows 10 May 2020 Update). Affected apps or games might lose mouse input. Note GameInput Redistributable might be bundle with apps and games and might be silently installed during the installation of that app or game.

To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a compatibility hold on Windows 10 devices with GameInput Redistributable from being offered Windows 10, version 2004.

Affected platforms:4

  • Client: Windows 10, version 2004

Next steps: Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

Note We recommend that you do not attempt to manually update using the Update now button or the Media Creation Tool until this issue has been resolved.

Issues updating or starting up devices when aksfridge.sys or aksdf.sys is present

An incompatibility issue was found with apps or drivers using certain versions of aksfridge.sys or aksdf.sys and Windows 10, version 2004 (the Windows 10 May 2020 Update). When an affected version of aksfridge.sys or aksdf.sys is present, Windows 10, version 2004 might fail to install or might fail to start after updating. Affected file versions are up to 1.8.0.* for aksfridge.sys or up to 1.51.* for aksdf.sys.

To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a compatibility hold on Windows 10 devices with an affected version of aksfridge.sys from being offered Windows 10, version 2004 or Windows Server, version 2004.

Affected platforms:

  • Client: Windows 10, version 2004
  • Server: Windows Server, version 2004

Next steps: Microsoft is working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

Note: We recommend that you do not attempt to manually update using the Update now button or the Media Creation Tool until this issue has been resolved.

Issue with older drivers for Nvidia display adapters (GPU)

Nvidia and Microsoft have found incompatibility issues with certain versions of Nvidia display adapter drivers and Windows 10, version 2004 (the Windows 10 May 2020 Update). Windows 10 devices with affected Nvidia display driver versions might receive a stop error with a blue screen or other issues during or after installing the update to Windows 10, version 2004. The affected drivers are any version lower than 358.00.

To safeguard your update experience, we have applied a compatibility hold on Windows 10 devices with affected Nvidia display drivers drivers installed from being offered Windows 10, version 2004 or Windows Server, version 2004 until the driver has been updated.

Affected platforms:

  • Client: Windows 10, version 2004
  • Server: Windows Server, version 2004

Next steps: Microsoft and Nvidia are working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release.

Note: We recommend that you do not attempt to manually update using the Update now button or the Media Creation Tool until this issue has been resolved.

Microsoft has had a bad run of Windows 10 updates recently, so you’d have hoped the May 2020 Update would have launched issue free. However, it seems that Microsoft has shipped the update while knowing there are certain issues remaining.

This is disappointing, but it seems the company was under pressure to release the May 2020 Update before the end of the month.

Via Windows Latest

LG and B&O are releasing an 88-inch 8K OLED TV – and yes, it's expensive

There’s a new OLED TV in town, and it looks set to take up a whole lot of space in your living room. The Beovision Harmony from Bang & Olufsen is now releasing in an 88-inch size, making it not only the first 88-inch 8K OLED, but the biggest OLED TV ever to come to market.

The Beovision Harmony was first shown off in mid-2019 during Milan Design Week, but it’s only now that we’re seeing the stylish (and predictably expensive) television coming to an 88-inch size. While previously available in 65-inch and 77-inch sizes, the new model certainly seems like a step above, with new heights reached by LG Electronics, which supplied both the screen and the latest a9 Gen 3 processor – also used in other 2020 LG TVs such as the LG CX, LG GX Gallery Series, and LG WX OLEDs.

We got the chance to look at the Beovision Harmony in person last year, and praised its solid sound performance and sleek fold-out ‘wings’ – using an oak and aluminium panel that partially covers the screen when not in use. 

With premium features these days being so much about rollable OLEDs, transparent screens, or screens you can disguise as a picture frame, it’s clear that the Beovision Harmony is one TV that knows how to fit into fancy surroundings.

OLED pipe dream

The Beovision Harmony will come to Bang & Olufsen stores “from the end of June 2020”. With a price tag estimated at $49,000 / £44,100 (around AU$74,000), it won’t be a realistic purchase for many, but its unique design will be sure to make this TV-cum-sculpture a centerpiece for a few choice living rooms.

There are also separate finishes available, including “warm brass tone aluminium” with “smoked oak,” and “bronze tone aluminium with walnut” – in case you needed to up the fancy level even more.

OLED is already an expensive panel technology, of course, and the movable parts of the television base here will only exacerbate that. There are, however, a number of new OLED TVs available for much less, including a new £1,499 (around $1,800 / AU$2,800) 48-inch model for the LG CX OLED, and 2019 models that cost even less than that these days. 

So if all this talk of 8K OLEDs with 88-inch screens is making you balk, be assured you have other options to choose from.

MSI zapewni zgodność płyt B450 i X470 wyposażonych w kości biosu 16 MB z procesorami Ryzen 4000

Dobra wiadomość dla wszystkich posiadaczy płyt głównych firmy MSI, którzy zakupili podstawowe wersje płyt głównych B450 i X470, wyposażone w kości biosu o pojemności 16 MB. Przedsiębiorstwo zapewniło, że nie porzuci wsparcia dla tych produktów i wyda biosy, gwarantujące obsługę Ryzenów 4000. To ważna deklaracja, bo wielu klientów obawiało się, że odpowiednie firmware zostanie udostępnione wyłącznie dla konstrukcji z serii MAX.

iPhone 13 camera specs leaked and could be even better than the iPhone 12

The iPhone 12 hasn’t even launched yet but already we’ve seen a leak detailing the possible specs of the iPhone 13’s camera, and if it’s accurate then a lot could be changing.

According to Twitter leaker @choco_bit, the iPhone 13 might have a 64MP main sensor, a 40MP telephoto lens with 3x-5x optical zoom and 15x-20x digital zoom, a 64MP anamorphic lens (for taking shots in a 2.1:1 aspect ratio, apparently, although typical anamorphic lenses aren't in this ratio), a 40MP ultra-wide snapper, and LiDAR 4.0.

So including the LiDAR scanner that’s five lenses, up from a rumored four on the iPhone 12 Pro and just two on the standard iPhone 12. The specs of the lenses could also be very different here. While it’s possible that one of the iPhone 12 sensors will be 64MP, most will probably have far fewer megapixels.

The iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are at least rumored to have a LiDAR scanner (for judging depth) though, so that aspect isn’t so surprising – the ‘4.0’ in the name presumably means it’s the fourth generation of Apple’s take on the scanner, following on from the iPad Pro (2020), the iPhone 12 Pro, and perhaps Apple Glasses.

We would, however, take all of this with a huge helping of salt, not least because the source themselves says to do so. This is a super early rumor, so even if there is some truth to it currently the situation could well change before launch.

This is also a surprising amount of detail to be getting this early – in fact, it arguably provides more clarity on the iPhone 13’s cameras than we currently have on the iPhone 12’s, which seems something of a red flag.

Plus, the source is largely unproven so far – they’ve leaked a lot of iPhone 12 details, but none of that has been confirmed yet. On the other hand, some of their claims have been cited by leakers who do have a good track record, so it’s unlikely they’re just making things up.

These latest claims probably won’t be proven true or false until late 2021, as that’s when we’re expecting to see the iPhone 13, but we should get a better idea of how accurate some of @choco_bit’s claims are a lot sooner, as the iPhone 12 is expected to land in September. In the meantime we’ll be sure to bring you all the important iPhone news and rumors.

POCO F2 Pro kosztuje więcej niż najnowszy iPhone. Rusza sprzedaż w Polsce

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