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What Is HDMI 2.1a, and How Is It Different from HDMI 2.1

2022-08-06T21:34:47+10:00

HDMI is a high-definition multimedia interface used to connect electronic devices, typically HDTVs and personal computers. HDMI cable includes both video and audio connections. It transmits uncompressed digital not analog, visual and audio data from a source device such as a Blu-ray player or PC to a receiver such as an HDTV.  Theoretically, HDMI supports any TV or PC resolution, including standard definition (SD), high definition (HD), and ultra-high definition (UHD/4K). That's why you'll often see it written as "1080p@60Hz"

What Is HDMI 2.1a, and How Is It Different from HDMI 2.12022-08-06T21:34:47+10:00

How to Secure Your Home Wireless Network and Internet Connection from Cyberattacks

2021-06-18T08:02:54+10:00

Nearly everyone has a Wi-Fi router in their home to enjoy internet access 24/7. After all, uninterrupted access to the internet is one of the necessities in today’s world where the internet plays a crucial role in how we communicate and coordinate with one another. But did you know that your wireless router is also susceptible to intrusion by cybercriminals who can sneak into your computer or smartphone devices and get their hands on your data? And not just personal

How to Secure Your Home Wireless Network and Internet Connection from Cyberattacks2021-06-18T08:02:54+10:00