Stadia goes out of business, Windows 11 update 22H2 causes a blue screen of death, the Samsung Galaxy S22 is already taking advantage of the October 2022 security update, this is the recap.
This is probably the most striking news this weekend: Stadia will soon stop. If Google has decided to end its streaming video game service, the Mountain View company does not forget those who have opted for a yearly subscription or who have purchased a compatible controller. They will be refunded. For its part, Microsoft has a few minor issues to resolve with the latest Windows 11 update, while Samsung has already released the Android security update for the Galaxy S22. Come on, let’s go for a summary of the news of the day before.
Stadia will close in January 2023
Thunderbolt for players: Stadia, Google’s streaming game platform, will stop. Launched 3 years ago, Stadia is already bowing out. Users have until January 18, 2023 to complete their current games. Don’t panic, however, if you are a subscriber and/or if you have purchased a compatible controller. Google promises to refund all players.
To read: Stadia will close, Google is already saying goodbye to its streaming video game service
Galaxy S22 already gets Android’s October update
Like every month, Google releases a security update for Android smartphones and tablets. But it’s not a Pixel that will benefit from it first in October: Samsung is already starting to deploy the Android security update on its Galaxy S22.
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A bug in Windows 11 causes a blue screen of death
Deployed a little over a week ago, the 22H2 update for Windows 11 suffered from a few bugs. Among the problems encountered, there is one that concerns configurations based on the Intel Rocket Lake processor (11th generation). The bug causes a blue screen of death, the famous BSOD that Windows users have always known, or almost. Fortunately, there is a little trick that we reveal in our article linked below.
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