Google Leaving IoT Services

Tech giant Google recently announced that it's closing the doors on its IoT Core service.  Their stated reason for doing so was that their strategic partners can better manage customers' IoT services ...

Windows 11 Gets New Taskbar Overflow Option

Are you the type of person who is in the habit of keeping all their apps open?  If so, you're going to love a recent addition to Windows 11. In a bid ...

Cyber Security Best Practices For Businesses

Smaller companies often struggle to develop and invest in robust IT security systems, which can leave them relatively more vulnerable to cyber attacks. If that's the situation you're in and you're trying ...

Zoom Outage Reported

Recently Zoom, a popular, cloud-based communications platform used for online meetings and video conferencing, experienced an outage that impacted tens of thousands of users worldwide. The issue began shortly after 8:00 am ...

Latest Microsoft Patch Fixes Dozens of Bugs

Even if you don't consistently install Microsoft's security patches as soon as they're released, the September 2022 patch released this week deserves immediate attention. Dozens of bugs, flaws, and vulnerabilities were addressed ...

New Phishing Service Is Targeting Banks

Hackers are increasingly adopting practices that legitimate business owners will immediately recognize. Recently, a new PhaaS (Phishing as a Service) operation has surfaced that specifically targets major banks. These banks include Bank ...

Fresh Look For Gmail Users Has Been Released

If you're a Gmail user and you haven't seen the change already, be aware that Google has freshened up their email interface.  Don't expect a radical change, however.  This update is more ...

Apple To Settle Butterfly Keyboard Lawsuit

Do you have a MacBook with a Butterfly Keyboard?  If so, keep an eye out for an email regarding the Butterfly Keyboard class action lawsuit. Recently, Apple has agreed to pay out ...

Microsoft Resolves File Explorer Freezing Bug In Windows 11

Recent Windows 11 updates have been problematic in several ways.  That's not the end of the world, but it has been more than a little frustrating for those in the test group ...

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