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Apple’s VR headset will receive a Micro OLED display with a density of up to 3000 pixels per inch

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It is reported that Apple’s virtual reality headset may have a high-resolution Micro OLED display with a density of up to 3000 pixels per inch. The South Korean edition of The Elec writes that Apple has requested a sample of a display component called a thin metal mask (FMM) from APS Holdings.

The company is expected to test the FMM sample to see if it is suitable for use in mass production of a virtual reality device. FMM is used to apply red, green and blue organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and form pixels in the production of OLED panels.

APS Holdings has developed an FMM with improved laser imaging technology that allows for much higher resolution Micro OLED displays. Current FMMs used in the production of OLED displays for smartphones offer densities of up to 600ppi with wet etching technology, but APS Holdings’ laser-patterned FMM has much smaller openings to make densities up to 3000ppi possible.

The APS Holdings panel is also an RGB panel, rather than the white panel commonly found in OLED displays, which means it doesn’t need a color filter. The Micro OLED display also offers some additional benefits, such as pixel sizes ranging from 4 to 20 micrometers versus 40-300 micrometers with standard OLED panels. In addition, Micro OLED has a much faster response time, making the technology more suitable for VR headsets.

Unfortunately, there is no information about the timing of the release of such a device.

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43 inches for $ 280 and 65 inches for $ 540. Honor Smart Screen X2 inexpensive 4K TVs presented

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Together with the MagicBook V14 2021 and MagicBook 16 Pro laptops, Honor has unveiled the new Smart Screen X2 TVs in China today. These are inexpensive TVs, there are three models in the series – with screens with a diagonal of 43 ($ 280), 55 ($ 420) and 65 ($ 540) inches.

All are equipped with 4K panels with 92% DCI-P3 color space and expanded sRGB color space (25% more than their predecessors). HDR10 technology is also supported. Each TV is equipped with two loudspeakers with a power of 10 W each.

43 inches for $ 280 and 65 inches for $ 540.  Honor Smart Screen X2 low-cost 4K TVs presented

Hardware platform – MediaTek SoC with Arm Cortex-A53 quad-core CPU and Arm Mali-G52 MC1 GPU. The amount of RAM – 2 GB, built-in flash memory – 16 GB. There is a built-in dual-band Wi-Fi adapter. TV interface – Magic UI. Reportedly, the new items are accompanied by a three-year warranty, load very quickly and do not display any ads. Among the interface connectors are a pair of USB and HDMI, as well as a network RJ-45.

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China’s Higizmos launches Great Jo full-frame anamorphic lens

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A source said that the Chinese company Higizmos has released a full-frame anamorphic cinema lens called the Great Jo. It is an inexpensive 60mm lens with an anamorphic ratio of 1.33. The optical design of the lens includes 13 elements in 10 groups.

China's Higizmos launches Great Jo full-frame anamorphic lens

China's Higizmos launches Great Jo full-frame anamorphic lens

In the Chinese market, the lens costs $ 749. Whether it will be sold outside of China remains to be seen.

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HackerOne Expands Open Source Vulnerability Scanning Program

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Open source projects eligible for the HackerOne reward program include Ruby, Ruby on Rails, RubyGems, Curl, Electron, Django, Nginx, and OpenSSL.

HackerOne Community announced on expanding the program for searching for vulnerabilities in open source projects. The initiative is part of the ongoing Internet Bug Bounty program.

Open source projects eligible for the HackerOne reward program include Ruby, Ruby on Rails, RubyGems, Curl, Electron, Django, Nginx, and OpenSSL. For vulnerabilities found in these projects, HackerOne will pay from $ 300 to $ 5000, depending on the severity of the bug. Payment will be made as follows. Four-fifths of the awards will immediately go to the researcher who discovers the problem. The fifth part of the award will be given to the developer who is engaged in the open source project in the direction that affects the new vulnerability. He will receive payment from HackerOne after he releases a patch against the vulnerability.

“Open source software is used in almost all modern digital infrastructure. Currently, an average, solid, not very rich application uses 528 different open source components. Critical vulnerabilities discovered in 2020 existed by the time of discovery for an average of about two years , and the application development companies did not have access and the ability to eliminate the identified deficiencies of the components used, “the company said in a press release.

Along with HackerOne, participating partners are organizations that rely on open source for software supply chains and other critical digital infrastructure – Elastic, Facebook, Figma, GitHub, Shopify, and TikTok.

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