Archive for April, 2020

Over Half Of All Calls People Receive Are Spam Calls

If you're like most people, you probably get a lot of calls over the course of a week. They're probably calls that you'd just rather not get at all. How many of ...

Zoom Is Working On Security But May Be Too Late

The popular messaging tool called Zoom is having a tough time. According to a recently released memo that circulated through Elon Musk's "SpaceX" company, the company is banning Zoom's use because of ...

Private Twitter Files May Have Been Cached In Firefox

Are you a regular Twitter user? More specifically, are you a regular Twitter user who also prefers the Firefox web browser? If so, be advised that Twitter recently disclosed a new bug ...

Over 5 Million Marriott Customers Vulnerable In Latest Data Breach

Are you a frequent guest at Marriott hotels? If so, be advised that the company has recently reported a massive data breach that could impact up to 5.2 million guests who have ...

Huge Increase In Phishing And Malware Attacks Using Coronavirus

Around the world, hundreds of millions of people are terrified of the current pandemic that's raging. Most of those are currently self-quarantining at home and limiting their social contacts. Everyone is hungry ...

Google Data Shows Impacts Of Covid-19 Shelter In Place Precaution

Google is using the massive footprint in the smartphone ecosystem to help people understand the impacts that social distancing is having in the face of the global pandemic. Their new global Community ...

Crowded WiFi Networks Could Get Better Pending FCC Vote

Wireless connectivity is becoming a victim of its own success. Every year, the appetite for bandwidth grows, but of course, there's only so much to go around. The recent shelter in place ...

Office 365 Making Changes To Accommodate Millions Working From Home

Recently, Netflix announced that it was scaling back its streaming speeds to better handle the increased load brought on by millions of people around the world sitting at home due to the ...

Some HP Devices May Fail After 30,000 Hours Of Use

Late last year, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) issued a warning about some of the Solid State Drives they manufacture. The warning was that unless users downloaded a patch to the drive's firmware, ...

iOS Update Includes iPhone And iPad Features And Fixes

If you don't normally prioritize updating your iPhone and iPad OS, you're probably going to want to shift gears and grab version 13.4 as soon as possible. The latest versions of both ...

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New Apple M1 Chip Might Have A Security Flaw

New Apple M1 Chip Might Have A Security Flaw

There's good news and bad news in the Apple ecosystem, specifically with regards to the company's M1 chip. The bad[...]
PC Prices Set To Rise Due To Supply Issues

PC Prices Set To Rise Due To Supply Issues

With the world beginning to round the corner where the pandemic is concerned, life is slowly, in fits and starts,[...]
Notification Of New Subscription Billing Could Be A Phishing Attack

Notification Of New Subscription Billing Could Be A Phishing Attack

There's a dangerous new phishing scam you should be aware of and alert your employees to right away. A growing[...]

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