Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is stepping down as the chairman of his empire.
Fox Corp. and News Corp. said Thursday that Murdoch would step aside as chairman of Fox Corp. and News Corp., effective as of the annual meetings for his companies in November.
Lachlan Murdoch will continue to lead the two companies.
The delayed addition of Matter to the Philips Hue range of smart home products is reportedly now live in an update available to the company’s bridge devices.
Matter is intended to become a kind of superset of smart home devices, with previously incompatible offerings from Apple, Google, and more, now all working together. Through each manufacturer supporting Matter, it should become possible to mix and match devices previously intended exclusively for HomeKit, or Alexa, and so on.
Although there’s no release date just yet, he continues to tease new details about this anticipated update, and the latest one comes in the form of a single screenshot – showing a bird seemingly demanding some coin:
Sex Education officially comes to an end with its fourth season.
Created by Laurie Nunn, the Netflix show’s final season picks up as Otis (Asa Butterfield) and Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) face setting up a new sex clinic at Cavendish Sixth Form College.
Otis, meanwhile, is also struggling with the distance between him and Maeve (Emma Mackey), who is studying at the prestigious Wallace University in the US.
New cast additions for the final season include Schitt’s Creek star Dan Levy, Thaddea Graham, Lisa McGrillis, Marie Reuther, Jodie Turner-Smith and Eshaan Akbar.
On the iPhone and the iPad, the three iWork apps now support 3D objects in the USDZ file format. Apple says that these can be added to documents to “bring new dimensions” to your work. In Keynote specifically, embedded animations within USDZ files can be played, or Magic Move can be used to animate 3D objects across slides.
Cha-ching! MGM Resorts’ hotel and casino operations are back in business following a devastating ransomware attack.
Operations, including gaming, had been shuttered for more than 10 days at MGM, which owns a good chunk of real estate on the Las Vegas Strip, including Bellagio, Mandalay Bay, and MGM Grand, along with dozens more hotels and casinos globally. The attack involved the ALPHV encryptor and a social engineering gambit, and it quickly engulfed the hospitality giant, to the point of guests being unable to access their rooms with their card keys for the first day.