In brief: As video game streaming struggles to find a steady foothold in the industry, service providers have partnered with television manufacturers to make it easier for players to get their game on through built-in apps. Samsung has jumped on board with its new Gaming Hub. Its 2022 sets will soon be the only smart TVs equipped with Microsoft’s Xbox TV app for cloud gaming.

On Thursday, Samsung unveiled its new Gaming Hub for several of its 2022 smart TVs. The hub contains shortcuts to any of the consoles you may have plugged into the set using Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) to wake the console without turning it on manually or with a controller.

The hub also has game streaming apps baked in, so you don’t need access to a browser or external hardware like Chromecast to start playing. It currently supports Nvidia GeForce Now, Google Stadia, Xbox

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NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles!

They are photographs that helped make Fox News a existence abroad, when the channel was having begun again home.   

Times soon after Sept. 11, 2001, groundbreaking “online video cell phone” transmissions from Pakistan. A couple months afterwards, a look inside of the caves exactly where Usama bin Laden and his terrorist gang held out. And then, with the 1st rank-and-file U.S. troops on the ground in southern Afghanistan. 

When the War on Terror arrived at Iraq, there ended up strong photographs of burning cars, hideous casualties, gunfire ripping, all from the “tip of the spear” of the military’s “Thunder Run” into Baghdad.     

And, as the Mideast cauldron roiled: Unrest in Gaza, upheaval in West Financial institution, missiles traveling across Israeli borders. 

A NUCLEAR IRAN WOULD UNLEASH A NIGHTMARE IN THE Middle EAST

The guy behind all those shots and a lot

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The Office of Information Technology is pleased to welcome Peter Jurhs back to Boise State University as Director, Network Infrastructure Services.

Jurhs previously worked in OIT’s Customer Care department for 14 years before leaving the university in 2014 for an opportunity with the Nampa School District.

“I’m excited to welcome Peter back to OIT,” said Brian Bolt, assistant vice president and deputy CIO. “His valuable leadership skills and history of building relationships will significantly benefit Boise State.”

As Executive Director of Operations for Nampa School District, Jurhs’ quick-thinking response to a severe ransomware attack resulted in a relatively brief period of downtime for district staff and students. He also organized a smooth transition to remote computing during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

For Jurhs, the decision to return to Boise State was the result of the right opportunity at the right moment. “It was time to do something different.

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By 2023, there will be over 350 million connected cars on the road. What can the insurance industry do about it? It turns out that quite a bit, as automotive companies, introducing the latest technological advances, are enabling new ways to mix driver behavior. This is of great importance in the context of creating offers, but not only. At stake is to maintain the position and competitiveness in the field of motor insurance.

The automotive and car insurance industries are changing

The automotive market is already experiencing changes driven by innovative technologies. More often than not, these are based on the software-defined vehicle (SDV) trend.

If the vehicle is equipped with embedded connectivity, it is able to provide very detailed vehicle and driver behavior data, such as:

● sudden acceleration or braking,
● taking sharp turns,
● peak activity times (nighttime drivers are more vulnerable),
● average speed and

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