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Schneider’s EVLink car charging stations were easily hackable, thanks to a hardcoded password

By | Automotive, broadband, charging stations, electric car, electric vehicles, energy, Gadgets, inductive charging, internet connectivity, New York, Security, transport

Schneider has fixed three vulnerabilities in one of its popular electric car charging stations, which security researchers said could have easily allowed an attacker to remotely take over the unit. At its worst, an attacker can force a plugged-in vehicle to stop charging, rendering it useless in a “denial-of-service state,” an attack favored by some […]

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Great Wall Motors looks to integrate Mobileye’s L0-L2+ self-driving solutions

By | Automotive, Automotive at CES 2019, CES 2019, Gadgets, Great Wall Motors, Intel, Mobileye

Chinese automaker Great Wall Motors is exploring strategic collaboration with Mobileye . Through this deal, GWM hopes to integrate Mobileye’s solutions into its vehicles. Starting with L0-L2+ within the next three to five years, the companies are also exploring opportunities for Mobileye’s Level 3 products. The word comes at CES 2019, where Intel-owned Mobileye has […]

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Daily Crunch: The age of quantum computing is here

By | Apps, Artificial Intelligence, Automotive, Enterprise, entertainment, Exit, Gadgets, Mobile, Startups, TC, Virtual reality

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here: 1. IBM unveils its first commercial quantum computer The 20-qubit system combines the quantum and classical computing parts it takes to use a […]

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Despite objection, Congress passes bill that lets U.S. authorities shoot down private drones

By | american civil liberties union, Automotive, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Aviation Administration, Gadgets, Hardware, law enforcement, privacy, Security, senate, Technology, unmanned aerial vehicles

U.S. authorities will soon have the authority to shoot down private drones if they are considered a threat — a move decried by civil liberties and rights groups. The Senate passed the FAA Reauthorization Act on Wednesday, months after an earlier House vote in April. The bill renews funding for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) […]

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Uber in fatal crash detected pedestrian but had emergency braking disabled

By | Artificial Intelligence, Automotive, autonomous vehicles, Gadgets, Government, Hardware, self-driving cars, TC, Transportation, Uber

The initial report by the National Transportation Safety Board on the fatal self-driving Uber crash in March confirms that the car detected the pedestrian as early as 6 seconds before the crash, but did not slow or stop because its emergency braking systems were deliberately disabled.

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Meet the speakers at The Europas, and get your ticket free (July 3, London)

By | Accelerator, Advertising Tech, Apps, Artificial Intelligence, Asia, Augmented Reality, Automotive, Banking, Biotech, Blockchain, Book Review, Brazil, Built In, Cannabis, Cloud, Collaborative Consumption, Community, Crowdfunding, cryptocurrency, Developer, Distributed Ledger, Diversity, Earnings, eCommerce, Education, Enterprise, entertainment, Europe, Events, finance, Food, Funding, Fundings & Exits, Gadgets, Gaming, Government, GreenTech, Hack, Hardware, Health, Hiring, Mobile, Social, Startups, TC

Excited to announce that this year’s The Europas Unconference & Awards is shaping up! Our half day Unconference kicks off on 3 July, 2018 at The Brewery in the heart of London’s “Tech City” area, followed by our startup awards dinner and fantastic party and celebration of European startups! The event is run in partnership […]

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Waymo reportedly applies to put autonomous cars on California roads with no safety drivers

By | Artificial Intelligence, Automotive, autonomous vehicles, Gadgets, Government, Robotics, Transportation, waymo

Waymo has become the second company to apply for the newly-available permit to deploy autonomous vehicles without safety drivers on some California roads, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. It would be putting its cars — well, minivans — on streets around Mountain View, where it already has an abundance of data.

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