Monthly Archives: July 2017

Microsoft Rolls Out Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft recently made the Windows 10 Creators Update available to all devices using Windows 10. The update is the first in a shift to regular semi-annual releases—moving forward the company will be only releasing upgrades in March and September to simplify deployment cycles. The update was designed to further empower creatives. Features include: • Timeline: […]

U.S. Lifts Laptop Travel Restrictions

Late last week, the United States Department for Homeland Security lifted its restrictions on carrying personal electronics larger than a smartphone in the cabin of planes traveling from certain airports to the U.S. The restrictions effected aircraft from 10 airports in the Middle East and North Africa. Travelers are now again allowed to carry on […]

Verizon Account PINs Compromised for 6 Million Subscribers

A Verizon partner reportedly recently exposed records of 14 million subscriber calls. The records included customer names, phone numbers, and account PINs for about 6 million subscribers. An unsecured server used to store the records was compromised, leaving the information accessible to anyone with the server’s address. Customers who made calls to Verizon customer service […]

New Drone Regulations for Registered Flyers

For the past few years, the FAA has required owners of drones to register their Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) with the federal government. The process required information provided online and a $5 charge. Now, a new ruling has overturned the regulation for hobbyists and drones that are less than 55 pounds and flown within community […]