In the early hours of Friday, May 12, 2017, a hack now dubbed WannaCry began spreading like wildfire.
Apple will soon be releasing an update to iOS called iOS 10.3 and it has a major under-the-hood change that has us hopeful, but a bit leery.
Large breaches of username and password combinations are becoming far more frequent. In the past few years we’ve seen users of LinkedIn, Dropbox, Adobe, Myspace, and now Yahoo! fall victim to hacks of username and password databases.
The easy answer is “eventually, but not yet.” There is a lot of great press about how MacOS Sierra offers improved performance, stability and new features.
As you’ve probably heard, Apple is releasing a new operating system, macOS Sierra, this fall, and Microsoft will stop selling PCs with Windows 8 at the end of October.
You may have heard in recent tech news that Microsoft is making a strong push to encourage users to upgrade to Windows 10.
The easy answer is “eventually, but not yet.” There is a lot of great press about how El Capitan offers improved performance and stability.
The easy answer is “probably, but not yet.” (And yes, you’ve heard us say this before…)
The easy answer is “probably, but not yet.” Unless you have some super urgent business need for some of the new features...
With the launch of the iPhone 6 and 6+, also comes iOS 8, with Yosemite (Mac OS X v10) soon to follow.