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Researchers were able to trick a Tesla Inc vehicle into speeding by putting a strip of electrical tape over a speed limit sign, spotlighting the kinds of potential vulnerabilities facing automated driving systems.
In this post-impeachment era of divisiveness and deadlock in the nation’s capital, Uncle Sam has a message for top US technologists: I Still Want You.
Beijing said on Feb 11 it "never engages" in cybertheft, following US indictments of four Chinese army members for alleged involvement in the massive 2017 hacking of credit rating agency Equifax.
BEIJING: Beijing said on Tuesday (Feb 10) it "never engages" in cybertheft, following US indictments of four Chinese army members for alleged involvement in the massive 2017 hacking of credit rating agency Equifax.
For the last several years, hackers based in China have allegedly been sucking up vast amounts of personal data of US citizens: names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, even fingerprints.
Facebook Inc pledged to improve security protocols to resolve a lawsuit blaming the company for a 2018 data breach that exposed personal data of 29 million users.
Over the weekend, an artist demonstrated how Google Maps can be fooled into thinking there's a traffic jam by someone simply carrying about 100 cell phones along empty streets.
The chief executive of the technology company whose app threw the Iowa caucuses in the United States into disarray Feb 3 defended his company but apologised for a technological glitch that upended the opening act of the 2020 US Democratic presidential primary.
(Reuters) - A technology meltdown triggered chaos in the hours after the Iowa caucuses were held on Monday night, upending a highly-anticipated first contest in the U.S. Democratic presidential nomination race.
Problems with a mobile app appeared to force a delay in reporting the results of the Iowa caucuses Feb 3, leaving the campaigns, voters and the media in election limbo and pressing for an explanation.