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  1. iOS 10.3.3 Update Fixes 47 Security Vulnerabilities, Including a Nasty Wi-Fi Bug

    News.softpedia.com - Technology 07.20 / 00:54 news.softpedia.com
    After no less than six Beta versions, Apple on Wednesday announced the final release of the iOS 10.3.3 bug fix and security update for supported iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The iOS 10.3.3 update could also be the last the Apple is going to release for iOS 10 series, as the company now works day and night on the upcoming major release, iOS 11, which it plans to unveil this fall along with a new iPhone line up. iOS 10.3.3 is a small patch, but it includes bug fixes to improve the…
  2. GNOME Is Finally Getting an Improved Control Center, Meet the New Wi-Fi Panel

    News.softpedia.com - Technology 07.20 / 00:54 news.softpedia.com
    GNOME developer Georges Stavracas is teasing us again with the beautiful new design of the GNOME Control Center application that could be soon implemented in the popular desktop environment for GNU/Linux distributions. Now that Ubuntu is switching back to the GNOME desktop by default with the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) release, due on October 19, 2017, GNOME gets a lot of attention lately from both the Linux and GNOME communities. And it looks like the revamped Control Center…
  3. BBB warns of increase in scammers stealing information through free Wi-Fi networks

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 07.19 / 22:52 cbs4indy.com
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Logging onto a “free” public Wi-Fi network on your phone or computer could end up costing you your identity and create big financial problems. “A lot of information is on your computer and smart phone these days,” said President and CEO of the Central Indiana Better Business Bureau, Tim Maniscalo. The BBB reports a recent spike in scammers stealing information from people who are on unsecured Wi-Fi networks. “We always see an uptick in this in the […]…
  4. BBB warns of increase in scammers stealing information through free Wi-Fi

    Fox59.com - Indiana 07.19 / 22:09 fox59.com
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Logging onto a “free” public Wi-Fi network on your phone or computer could end up costing you your identity and create big financial problems. “A lot of information is on your computer and smart phone these days,” said President and CEO of the Central Indiana Better Business Bureau, Tim Maniscalo. The BBB reports a recent spike in scammers stealing information from people who are on unsecured Wi-Fi networks. “We always see an uptick in this in the […]…
  5. BBB warns of increase in scammers stealing information through free Wi-Fi

    Cbs4indy.com - Indianapolis 07.19 / 21:38 cbs4indy.com
    INDIANAPOLIS, IND. – Logging onto a “free” public Wi-Fi network on your phone or computer could end up costing you your identity and create big financial problems. “A lot of information is on your computer and smart phone these days,” said President and CEO of the Central Indiana Better Business Bureau Tim Maniscalo. The BBB reports a recent spike in scammers stealing information from people who are on unsecured Wi-Fi networks. “We always see an uptick in this in the […]…
  6. If you use Wi-Fi on your iOS device, get this security update - CNET

    CNET - News 07.19 / 21:00 cnet.com
    Apple released the update on Wednesday to stop an exploit that targeted open Wi-Fi…
  7. Renovated VIA bus stop comes with Wi-Fi, bicycle parking and repair area

    Ksat.com - San Antonio 07.19 / 19:11 ksat.com
    VIA officials celebrated a newly renovated area Tuesday that will provide comfort and accessibility at the service station for passengers.The transit company said the Five Points Transfer Area is a milestone development for their ongoing investment to enhance passenger amenities.The area is marked by an illuminated, 18-foot branded beacon and features next-generation shelters and a bicycle parking and repair station.It also includes digital bus arrival information, free Wi-Fi and natural…
  8. WBA’s global City Wi-Fi Roaming project expands

    Rcrwireless.com - Internet 07.19 / 16:05 rcrwireless.com
    City Wi-Fi Roaming initiative includes 38 operators The Wireless Broadband Alliance is continuing its support for a global Wi-Fi roaming network of public hot spots that has significantly expanded since the WBA launched the project last year. The City Wi-Fi Roaming project started as a celebration of World Wi-Fi Day last year and has been [...] The post WBA’s global City Wi-Fi Roaming project expands appeared first on RCR Wireless…
  9. Save 38% on the TP-LINK Wi-Fi Smart Plug, Works with Amazon Alexa - Deal Alert

    InfoWorld - News 07.19 / 14:40 www.infoworld.com
    The TP-LINK HS100 smart plug is quite simply a power outlet that you can control from anywhere. Using your smartphone, you can turn devices on & off, set programs to turn them on & off at set times while you're away, or engage a "countdown timer" which powers the switch off after a set amount of time. Installation is simple -- just plug a device into your smart plug and connect to your wifi network. The HS100 is also compatible with Amazon Alexa, for voice control. Buy multiple plugs and …