This TV breakthrough just won the Nobel Prize — and these OLED TVs have it now

Quantum dots are incredible technology. These tiny dots reproduce colors based on the size of the dot that light passes through, making them ideal for TV displays. And now, the creators of this technology have been formally recognized for their groundbreaking achievement. In a press release earlier this month (h/t FlatpanelsHD), the Royal Swedish Academy…

The True Cost of Employee Turnover During a Recession? Your Entire Business. Rethink Your Strategy to Make Your Top Talent Stay.

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. We hoped we had weathered the storm, that the Great Resignation and the Great Reshuffle had passed us by, but the employment landscape is still suffering severe aftershocks. In the tech industry alone, 2023 has brought more layoffs than last year — over 240,000 tech employees have…

Microsoft launches Radius, an open-source application platform for the cloud-native era

Microsoft today announced the launch of Radius, a new open-source, language-agnostic application platform for building and running cloud-native applications. The project is being spun out of the Microsoft Azure Incubation team, the same group that previously launched open-source projects like Dapr for building microservices, the KEDA event-driven autoscaling solution, and Copacetic, a security tool for…

Lazarus Group Targeting Defense Experts with Fake Interviews via Trojanized VNC Apps

Oct 18, 2023NewsroomCyber Attack / Malware The North Korea-linked Lazarus Group (aka Hidden Cobra or TEMP.Hermit) has been observed using trojanized versions of Virtual Network Computing (VNC) apps as lures to target the defense industry and nuclear engineers as part of a long-running campaign known as Operation Dream Job. “The threat actor tricks job seekers…