This post will update a previous post about the same topic, but includes the latest info. WPA3 is a substantial improvement over the current WPA2 ecosphere.
It features 4 Main new or improved functionalities:
- Privacy on Public WiFi Networks
- Protection against “Brute Force” attacks
- Easier connection to “Non-Display” computing devices (aka, Amazon Echo & many similar IoT type of hardware)
- Higher Security for Gov, Defense and Industrial (& Business) organizations
When will it be available . . . ?? Hardware and software updates slated for release starting in 4q 2018 (although some devices from last half of 2017 are already wpa3 capable — but not activated).
HTG Article re WPA3
Interesting video and link to OMG article.
What may intrigue some folks with extensive photo collections is the option to search/find photos via names assigned to faces . . . as demo’ed here:
OMG!! Article on Shotwell’s Face Recognition Capability
“Archiving” your most irreplaceable data is . . . not the same as “Backing Up” your data. Read the short but useful article below the graphic to get a clearer understanding about the distinction(s).
HTG Article about “Archiving” your Records
Don’t “FRY” your Tablet, PC, Phone etc. . . . .
HTG Article re USB-C Cables
More and more change at MS. They have rejected using the Windows OS code and kernel to run their new “SphereOS” which is designed for IoT MCU’s (internet of things microcontrollers).
Here’s a good video and link to the detailed article:
SphereOS for Iot MCU’s
Managed to ‘clean’ install Elementary OS on little, slow, old laptop! No apps yet .. but all  updates are done and works great so far.
Internet, sound, mouse . . . what more do I need!
Just an interesting display after the storms of Monday 11 June 2018 . . . .
Taken on a Nikon D60 at 800 iso . .