The Bowers & Wilkins Px8 007 Edition celebrate British style

British style can be seen in various pop culture icons such as Pink Floyd, Dr. Who, and James Bond. Of course, there are many more examples of British style, and the variety is far more than what I mentioned here.

Bowers & Wilkins is a proudly British audio company that has announced a celebration and collaboration with James Bond music to make the Px8 007 Edition headphones. This partnership brings two iconic British brands together to celebrate sixty years of James Bond music.

The new Bowers & Wilkins Px8 007 Edition color was based on the Midnight Blue tuxedo worn by Bond in the 1962 film Dr. No. Here is some background Bowers & Wilkins provided in its press release.

The Bowers & Wilkins Px8 007 Edition celebrate British style

“Every world-famous cinema release you can think of has its own uniquely identifiable music that lives long in the memory even after the final credits roll – but in all of cinema, there can be a few better
examples of memorable music than the scores that have propelled James Bond films over the past six decades. From Monty Norman’s signature theme through each of the iconic title songs, music has been inextricably linked with 007.”

To celebrate the new

Put your iPhone 14 in Airplane Mode on rollercoasters to prevent 911 calls

With new phones come new features. One of the new features of the iPhone 14, Crash Detection, is supposed to call 911 in the event you are involved in a major automobile collision and can’t call them yourself. While the feature does appear to work well in testing and the real world, it also appears to be triggered by roller coaster rides.

According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, 911 was dispatched to Kings Island amusement park near Cincinnati at least six times when they received emergency 911 calls. As the calls start out with “The owner of this iPhone was in a severe car crash…” they often result in emergency services being dispatched to check it out. Emergency services in other locations, like Six Flags in New Jersey, were also dispatched when they received these calls.

While many parks recommend not taking your device on the ride, many riders do, storing them in a fanny pack or their pockets. Of course, if the jolting and sudden stops of the rollercoaster trigger the iPhone 14 Crash Detection feature, the user can’t do anything about it until the ride is over — assuming they’re even aware that emergency services

Google Chrome has most vulnerabilities of any browser in 2022 (so far)

According to a report released by Atlas VPN, Google Chrome is the most “vulnerability-ridden” browser of 2022, with 303 vulnerabilities discovered so far this year. Not only that, but it is also the all-time leader with 3,159 vulnerabilities since it was released. Given it is, by far, the most popular browser in the world, that isn’t entirely unexpected.

Following Google Chrome is Mozilla Firefox with 117 (less than half), Microsoft Edge with 103, Safari with 26, and Opera with no documented vulnerabilities. enough, both Edge and Opera are based on Chromium, the underlying engine for Google Chrome. On that note, some of the Chrome vulnerabilities may also affect these other two browsers if they’re Chromium vulnerabilities but have yet to be discovered or reported in Edge or Opera.

YTD and all-time web browser vulnerabilities by web browser chart
YTD and all-time web browser vulnerabilities by web browser.

There are many ways your browser can get exploited or hijacked, and there are a few ways you can help mitigate browser attacks.

“Hackers have various techniques to exploit browser vulnerabilities. Fortunately, users can take steps to mitigate the risks of their browsers getting compromised. It is important to keep your browsers up to date, to be mindful of the browser plugins you

A solid debut from Rippaverse Publishing

The ’80s was a glorious time to be alive! Comic bookstores were everywhere, and they were the second place my little butt would hang out, the first being Aladdin’s Castle arcade. I remember collecting aluminum cans and selling waterlogged golf balls to buy my comics and play arcade games. But I fell out of the comic scene somewhere in the mid-’90s. So when I happened to see a new unknown character popping up in my Twitter feed, I was intrigued. Isom Ill-Advised Part 1 is the debut title from Rippaverse Publishing, Eric July, Cliff Richards, and Gabe Eltaeb.

My reasons for leaving comics behind had more to do with growing up, having kids, and everything that comes with it. This current political and cultural upheaval was not in existence back in the ’80s and ’90s. I am well aware of the cultural war surrounding Isom Ill-Advised Part 1but I choose not to participate in the silly Twitter wars and name-calling.

I based my review on the content and quality of this comic and nothing more. I purchased two copies of Isom Ill-Advised Part 1, the one that came first is the Cover C variant, and that is what

Health data privacy questions mount as hospitals nuke the Facebook tracker

Meta Faces Mounting Questions from Congress on Health Data Privacy As Hospitals Remove Facebook Tracker

After a Markup investigation in June, 28 hospitals removed the Meta Pixel (Facebook tracker) or blocked it from sending patient information to Facebook.

By: Todd Feathers and Simon Fondrie-Teitler

Originally published on Facebook tracker

Meta is facing mounting questions about its access to sensitive medical data following a Markup investigation that found the company’s pixel tracking tool collecting details about patients’ doctor’s appointments, prescriptions, and health conditions on hospital websites.

During a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on Wednesday, Mon. Jon Ossoff (D-GA) requested that Meta—the parent company of Facebook and Instagram—provide a “comprehensive and precise” accounting of the medical information it keeps on users.

“There’s been substantial public reporting, controversy, and concern about the Meta Pixel product and the possibility that its deployment on various hospital systems’ websites, for example, has enabled Meta to collect private health care data,” Ossoff said.

“We need to understand, as the US Congress, whether or not Meta is collecting, has collected, has access to, or is storing, medical or health data for US persons,” he added.

In response to Ossoff’s question about whether Meta has medical or health care data

Law Abiding Citizen, The Broken, Dead End, and more

Now Playing on Plex is our latest series of streaming articles where we list what’s coming to streaming platforms. Now Playing on Plex joins our Netflix, Crackle, and Tubi series of articles that bring everything new in one place for you to read through. Below is our Now Playing on Plex October 2022 edition.

We’re big fans of Plex and have been for a long time. So when Plex approached us with their list of new content, it just felt right to start the Now Playing on Plex series. You can check out Plex by going to their website. Let’s jump right into October 2022!

New on Plex October 2022

Law Abiding Citizen Trailer

  • 3 From Hell
  • Accident Man
  • Acts Of Violence
  • Aftermath (AKA 478)
  • Birds Like Us
  • Broken, The
  • Cartels (AKA Killing Salazar)
  • Color Of Time, The
  • Dead End
  • Deadfall
  • Debt Collector, The
  • Disappearance Of Alice Creed, The
  • Equals (Starts 10/28)
  • Good Man, A
  • Hangman
  • I Am Not Your Negro
  • Judy
  • Law Abiding Citizen
  • Let The Right One In
  • Life On The Line
  • Man Down
  • Never Goin’ Back (Starts 10/3)
  • Open Water
  • Our Idiot Brother
  • Prayer Before Dawn, A (Starts 10/6)
  • Pride
  • Reader, The
  • Red Cliff (Starts 10/14)
  • Scary
Hemlock Grove and much more…

A few titles, including quite a few TV shows, are leaving Netflix in October 2022 — fortunately, you have at least a week-and-a-half before they do! The list below indicates what days each show or movie will be leaving and if it is leaving the Netflix US or Netflix Canada streaming service.

In the US, it’s your last chance to watch the Schitt’s Creek, Sofia the Firstand Hemlock Grove seasons (and much more). For those of you watching Netflix Canada, it is also your last chance to watch Hemlock Groveas well as all three seasons of Fargo and the Insidious movies.

NOTE: or denotes which service the title is leaving Netflix in October 2022.

October 2

  • Schitt’s Creek: Seasons 1-6

October 7

  • Sophia the First: Seasons 1-4

October 8

  • After
  • Fargo: Seasons 1-3

October 13

  • Apocalypse Now Redux
  • Everything Must Go
  • The Girl Next Door
  • Little Italy
  • Scary Movie 4

October 14

  • Bleach The Movie: Fade to Black
  • Bleach the Movie: Hell Verse

October 15

October 21

October 22

  • Hemlock Grove: Seasons 1-3

October 23

  • Insidious
  • Insidious: Chapter 2
  • Insidious: Chapter 3
Soundcore announces its new Space Series ANC headphones

Soundcore is Anker’s audio brand, and they’re doing some great things with premium products at accessible prices. The company has announced its latest series of headphones, Space Q45 and Space A40. This new series features an upgraded noise canceling system and delivers long battery life.

“Two of the most requested features by consumers are better battery life and stronger noise canceling performance,” said Rock Gao, General Manager, Headphones for Soundcore. “When designing the Q45 and A40, our engineers wanted to offer consumers a no-compromise listening experience, with remarkable ANC performance and industry-leading battery life and improved sound reproduction that is perfect for traveling or everyday usage.”

Here’s a quick rundown of the Space Q45 and Space A40

Space Q45

Soundcore Space Q45

soundcore’s Best Ever Noise Cancellation: Leveraging the newly designed 3-stage noise canceling system, the Q45 captures and blocks up to 98% of unwanted noise, while adaptive noise canceling automatically optimizes ANC performance based on the outside environment.

The Space Q45’s ANC performance utilizes an updated earcup design with comfortable memory foam earpads to create an enhanced seal, allowing listeners to focus on their favorite music without being distracted by the chaos of the outside world.

The Q45 also offers users the

Razer’s Intel Gamer Days promotion offers big discounts on laptops, peripherals

Intel Gamer Days are back and Razer is offering up some pretty decent discounts on its Razer Blade gaming laptops and peripherals. In addition, gamers can score a games bundle, including the brand new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodhunt, and Total War: Warhammer III with a laptop purchase.

It’s been a while since we reviewed a Razer Blade gaming laptop here at Techaeris, but the ones we have offer great build quality, specs, and performance, albeit at a bit of a premium. With US$300 off Razer Blade 15 (2021) bundles and $500 off Razer Blade 17 (2021) laptop configuration bundles, there should be some good deals to be had. In addition, Razer is offering some discounts (up to 50% off) on some of its peripherals.

Some of the other savings currently listed on the Razer website include (prices in USD):

  • Razer Laptop Stand Chroma V2: $129.99 (save $20)
  • Razer Core X External Graphics Enclosure for Thunderbolt™ 3 Laptops: $349.99 (save $50)
  • Razer Viper Ultimate Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse with Charging Dock: $99.99 (save $50)
  • Razer Huntsman Elite Gaming Keyboard: $149.99 (save $50)
  • Razer BlackSharvk V2 CouRageJD Edition Esports Headset: $54.99 (save $55)
  • Razer Barracuda X Gaming
How know-how accelerates the Mandela Impact

Named after the individuals who falsely believed South African legend Nelson Mandela died in 1980, the Mandela Impact is now an umbrella time period used to explain any occasion of collective false reminiscence. Examples of the Mandela Impact abound in widespread tradition. Folks generally misremember film or TV present quotes, together with “it is a ravishing day on this neighborhood” from Mr. Rogers. One other instance is the Berenstain Bears; many nonetheless imagine the writer’s identify is spelled “Berenstein.” Whereas most of those examples are harmless, they level to a deeper drawback. Folks’s reminiscences aren’t as reliable as they’d wish to imagine.

The causes of the Mandela Impact are a preferred matter of hypothesis. Some folks level to it as proof of the multiverse, whereas others blame a authorities conspiracy. Within the discipline of psychology, scientists imagine the Mandela Impact is a mix of a number of associated phenomena. A person turns into satisfied of the validity of false info, be it by means of confabulation, source-memory error, or creativeness inflation. Then, when the duped particular person passes their “information” on to others, folks within the group associate with it out of a necessity to adapt even when they’ve doubts