Samsung starts mass production of 90Hz OLED laptop displays

South Korean tech giant Samsung has announced that it is starting mass production of the world’s first 90Hz OLED laptops in the first quarter of this year. This was announced by Samsung Display chief executive officer Joo Sun Choi, who said that the company will initially produce large quantities of 14-inch, 90Hz OLED displays that are meant for laptops and notebooks, beginning in March.

Techie prevents train tickets booked on IRCTC from getting ‘hacked’

An independent security researcher named Renganathan P recently alerted the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) about a major vulnerability on the IRCTC platform that allowed easy access to private information of lakhs of passengers. Not just that, exploiting the IDOR (Insecure Direct Object Reference) vulnerability on IRCTC could have even allowed the attacker to cancel booked train tickets of random passengers.

Google sold potato chips in Japan, here’s why

Google Japan has also launched a website and TV commercial (ad) to promote and sell these packet of chips that come in different colour schemes. The different coloured packets seem to signify the different colour variants of the Pixel 6 smartphones.