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Ex-Google car boss inks deal with VW, Hyundai on autonomous cars

CLOSE USA TODAY’s Jefferson Graham gives his list of what he thinks are the coolest tech innovations of 2017. The Volkwagen Group plans to roll out a fleet of self-driving shared mobility vehicles like this prototype, called Sedric, with the help of startup Aurora.(Photo: MEINEL ) SAN FRANCISCO — The new year is barely off the starting line and the self-driving car race already has kicked into a higher gear. Chris Urmson, formerly head of Google’s self-driving car program, announced Thursday…

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Intel, ARM and AMD all affected by Meltdown and Spectre security-bypassing CPU design flaw

MELTDOWN COULD BE IMMINENT for the central processor unit (CPU) world as the security flaw that affects Intel chips has been found to blight other slices of silicon. A flaw in the design of all Intel CPUs made in the last decade essentially allows kernel memory data to be read by commonly used programs, which if exploited could lead to hackers extracting important protected information such as passwords and encryption keys from programs and operating systems. Dubbed Meltdown, the flaw…

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Intel confirms Meltdown while Spectre hits everyone

Full details of the security vulnerability in Intel processors which has had operating system vendors scrambling to patch the hole have now been released under the codename Meltdown, alongside a second related vulnerability which can affect other manufacturers’ processors as well: Spectre. The news of a major security flaw in the hardware of Intel processors broke ahead of schedule through the analysis of patches provided to the Linux Kernel Mailing List. The patches, which introduced a new kernel security feature…

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THE MOBILE CARRIER LANDSCAPE: How AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint are overcoming slow user growth amid a fierce price war

BI Intelligence This is a preview of a research report from BI Intelligence, Business Insider’s premium research service. To learn more about BI Intelligence, click here. It hasn’t been smooth sailing for telecoms in recent years. Native voice and messaging services, which once accounted for the vast majority of telecoms’ subscriber revenue, are struggling to compete with over-the-top (OTT) apps, like Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Viber — and they’re losing. A fierce and ongoing price war among the Big Four carriers is only compounding…

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Are there any good portable MP3 players for blind and visually impaired people? | Technology

I am a blind young woman who absolutely loves listening to music. Does anybody out there know of any lightweight, blind-accessible alternatives to the iPod Shuffle? I have a first-generation Shuffle, which I purchased in 2008, and the battery dies after one hour. I want something that can be compatible with iTunes Music, especially .m4a files, that can store lots of music, and most important of all, that has an easy way to replace the battery. Also, I don’t want…

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Schools ‘should help children with social media risk’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption“Everyone’s always Snapchatting you” – five children describe how they use social media Schools should play a bigger role in preparing children for social media’s emotional demands as they move from primary to secondary school, England’s children’s commissioner says. Anne Longfield said she was worried many pupils at that stage became anxious about their identity and craved likes and comments for validation. Her study said children aged eight to 12 found it…

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Some PlayStation 4 games up to 70 percent off during 4th week of Sony’s Holiday Sale

While Boxing Day and other holiday-themed sales seem to finally be dying out, Sony is still kicking off the fourth of week of its own PlayStation Holiday Sale. The company has discounted a variety of PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita titles up to 50 percent off. This week’s offers end on Tuesday, January 9th at 8AM PST. PlayStation Plus subscribers get at least an additional 10 percent off on every game. Below are some of the games that I’m…

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As drone demand soars, New Jersey poised to bar drunken droning

NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. drone sales in 2017 topped $1 billion for the first time ever, but don’t raise a glass too quickly if you’re in New Jersey, where lawmakers on Thursday are poised to outlaw drunken droning. It is one of a wave of U.S. states moving to bring the unmanned aircrafts’ high-flying fun back to earth. New Jersey’s Assembly on Thursday is slated to vote on a Senate-approved bill to ban inebriated or drugged droning, as well…

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Making Solar Cells | Hackaday

We will admit that it is unlikely you have enough gear in your basement to make a solar cell using these steps. However, it is interesting to see how a bare silicon wafer becomes a solar cell. If you’ve seen ICs going through fabrication, you’ll see a lot of similarities, but there are some differences. The process calls for a silicon wafer, some ovens, spin coaters, photolithography equipment, and a dice saw, among other things. Oh, you probably also need…

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Opera 50 Stable is out

Opera Software released Opera 50 to the Stable release channel today on January 4th, 2018. The new version of the Opera web browser comes with anti-cryptocurrency mining support, improved VR360 support, and other improvements. The new version of the web browser is already available via the web browser’s automatic update functionality and as a separate download on the Opera website. Opera users who want to upgrade from within the browser need to select Opera > About Opera to do so.…

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