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Use iOS 12.3 to Download HBO Shows for Offline Viewing

The most recent iOS update is here, and version 12.3 of Apple’s mobile operating system introduces several changes to AirPlay and the Apple TV app that are worth checking out. Here’s how to make the most of them:Read more...
Tags: Apple, Ios, Hbo, Apple TV, Lifehacks, Software Updates, Airplay, Airplay 2, Ios 123


You Need to Update to iOS 12.2 Right Now to Fix More Than 50 Security Holes

Lost among Apple’s announcement of a new streaming TV service, subscription game service, and fancy new titanium credit card was the release of iOS 12.2. And while the most significant new thing in iOS 12.2 is Apple’s updated News app, anyone even remotely concerned about security will want to download the latest…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Security, Science, Smartphones, Software Updates, Consumer Tech, Ios 122, Upgrade To Ios 122


These Are the 20 Apps You Need to Update Right Now, or Else

Of all the steps you can take to improve your personal cybersecurity, keeping your software up to date is one of the easiest and most effective. Thankfully, researchers at security firm Avast have compiled a list of the most common out-of-date programs installed on PCs to give us some guidance on keeping our computers…Read more...
Tags: Science, Cybersecurity, Software Updates


Musk Is Right About the Media, Rocket-powered Roadsters and Tesla Version 9 Edition

Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk is correct in asserting just how poorly the media covers his company. We know that because, after he tweeted that Version 9 of the company’s software would allow the firm to begin enabling “fully self-driving features,” numerous outlets started claiming complete driving autonomy was just around the corner. We hate to […] The post appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Spacex, Elon Musk, Technology, Hype, Electric Vehicles, Autos, Autonomous Vehicles, Self-driving Cars, Software Updates, Tesla Motors, Tesla Roadster, The Media, Avs, News Blog, Tesla Version 9, Media Rocket


LG looking for faster OS updates with new Software Upgrade Center

LG is looking to speed up the glacially slow pace of Android updates with its new Software Upgrade Center. But which phones will receive the benefit of the dedicated software house first? The post LG looking for faster OS updates with new Software Upgrade Center appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Business, News, Trends, Lg, Software Updates, Operating System, Android Army


How Cyber Hygiene Keeps Your Business System Safe

These days, your business computer system faces many threats — malware and viruses alone aren’t the only things you have to worry about. Phishing attacks, social engineering, and password crackers all pose risks to the security of your system, and the safety of your business’s, your employees’, and your customers’ personal information. By practicing good cyber hygiene, you can protect your business system from the many threats it faces. Cyber hygiene involves mitigating risks by implemen...
Tags: Passwords, Blog, Seo, Cybersecurity, Software Updates, Update Software Regularly Software


With $50M of His Fortune, AppDynamics Founder Creates a Startup Factory

Jyoti Bansal, who was raised in a small town in India, earned a computer science degree in 1999, worked for three successful Silicon Valley startups, founded his first company in 2008 while still in his 20’s, and led it through its acquisition by Cisco early this year for $3.7 billion. He clearly had a knack for solving engineering problems, but he failed at one thing he tried to do: Taking his haul from the sale of AppDynamics and retiring on the beach. “I traveled the world and spent to...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Deals, Startups, Facebook, Internet, Entrepreneurship, India, Funding, San Francisco, Trends, Cisco, Web, It, Vc, Software


Microsoft compelled to stop pushing OS install files without permission

Microsoft has submitted to pressure from a German consumer group after a string of complaints from users who were forced to download Windows 10 installation files against their will. The post Microsoft compelled to stop pushing OS install files without permission appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Microsoft, Trends, Computing, Windows 10, Software Updates


Microsoft agrees to changes after criticism of its Windows 10 update practices

Microsoft has submitted to pressure from a German consumer group after a string of complaints from users who were forced to download Windows 10 installation files against their will. The post Microsoft agrees to changes after criticism of its Windows 10 update practices appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Microsoft, Trends, Computing, Windows 10, Software Updates


3 Ways to Boost Your Family’s Online Security This Holiday

Don't leave your family members in the dark when there are easy ways to make a big difference in their digital lives. The post 3 Ways to Boost Your Family's Online Security This Holiday appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Network Security, Security, Cybersecurity, Wifi, Routers, Home Security, Software Updates, Don, Wifi Hacking, App Updates


With The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica, Has FCA Finally Sorted The ZF 9-Speed Automatic? Very Nearly

From the get-go, the nine-speed automatic designed by Germany’s ZF in the United States and built and tuned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles was deserving of criticism. It was criticism that FCA could not righteously label as unfair, criticism the automaker could not deny. “We have had to do an inordinate amount of intervention on that […] The post With The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica, Has FCA Finally Sorted The ZF 9-Speed Automatic? Very Nearly appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Germany, United States, Fca, Autos, Chrysler, Software Updates, Fiat Chrysler, Chrysler Pacifica, 2017 Chrysler Pacifica, Minivans


Lightroom, in high resolution: New Apple TV app puts photos on big screens

Viewing photos on a larger screen just got a bit simpler for Lightroom users. The Lightroom app for Apple TV allows photographers to view their files on the big screen -- wirelessly and with automatic updates for edited images. The post Lightroom, in high resolution: New Apple TV app puts photos on big screens appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Photography, Trends, Web, Apple TV, Computing, Home Theater, Software Updates, Lightroom, Adobe Cc, Lightroom Updates


Lightroom, on the big screen: New Apple TV app puts photos on display

Viewing photos on a larger screen just got a bit simpler for Lightroom users. The Lightroom app for Apple TV allows photographers to view their files on the big screen -- wirelessly and with automatic updates for edited images. The post Lightroom, on the big screen: New Apple TV app puts photos on display appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Photography, Trends, Web, Apple TV, Computing, Home Theater, Software Updates, Lightroom, Adobe Cc, Lightroom Updates


FAA warns of GPS testing, Lexus update goes wrong, fly by Power Glove

GPS service in some West Coast locations disrupted by tests, Lexus software updates goes terribly wrong, guy controls drone with circa-1989 Power Glove The post FAA warns of GPS testing, Lexus update goes wrong, fly by Power Glove appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, Lexus, West Coast, Faa, Software Updates, DT Daily


Asus releases two major updates for the Zenfone Zoom and Zenfone 2 Laser

Two of the camera centric smartphones in Asus’s lineup, the Zenfone Zoom and Zenfone 2 Laser are now getting new software updates that bring quite a lot of changes and improvements to the table. The updates ...
Tags: Android, Asus, Software, Software Updates, Zenfone, ZenFone Zoom, Zenfone 2 Laser


Change a Mac's Software Update Frequency with a Terminal Command

By default, a Mac checks for software updates once a week. If you want that check to happen more (or less) often, you can change just how often your Mac checks for updates with a simple command in Terminal.Read more...
Tags: Updates, Mac Tips, Command Line, Terminal, Software Updates


Do I Need so Many Copies of the Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime?

There are often many copies of the Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime on a Windows computer. Part legacy, part optimization, and certainly confusing, I'll look at how and why. The post Do I Need so Many Copies of the Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime? appeared first on Ask Leo!. [Link to media]
Tags: Programming, Microsoft, Windows Components, Software Updates