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Elon Musk says “hardware 2” Teslas will get better self-driving software...

An upgrade's coming to HW2 cars in June, and it will make them "smooth as silk."

Baking soda shortage has hospitals frantic, delaying treatments and surgeries

Sodium bicarbonate is used in a variety of treatments but is inexplicably scarce.

World’s largest aircraft takes first flight since crash-landing last year

Airlander 10 dirigible puttered around the UK skies for almost three hours.

John Oliver tackles net neutrality again, crashes FCC comments site—again

Oliver helps lead protest against dismantling of Title II net neutrality rules.

Many Commercial Drones ‘Insecure by Design’

Drones, many readily available on e-commerce shops like Amazon, are plagued by vulnerabilities that could give attackers full root access to the device, read or delete files, or crash the device.

You only need 60 bytes to hose Linux’s rpcbind

Sigh ... people just leave it on without blocking the port world+dog knows it uses.
So patch it or close it, people A 60 byte payload sent to a UDP socket to the rpcbind service can crash its host by filling up the target's memory.…

40% of UK eCommerce sites ‘crash’ during seasonal peaks

Struggling retailers losing millions during busiest online shopping periodsLondon. 27, April 2017: Cogeco Peer 1, a globally recognised specialist provider of colocation, network connectivity, managed hosting, cloud and managed services, today announced the findings of an independently commissioned study, which found that 40% of UK retailers’ websites experience downtime during seasonal peaks.The independent study of over 100 UK eCommerce decision makers also found that 48% did not feel completely ready for seasonal peaks in website... Source: RealWire

Skype Fixes ‘SPYKE’ Credential Phishing Remote Execution Bug

Microsoft fixed a bug in Skype last month that could have allowed an attacker to execute code on the system it was running on, phish Skype credentials and crash the application.

Telsa recalls 53,000 vehicles built in 2016 over faulty parking brake

Quality and reliability problems continue to plague the electric car maker.

Microsoft officially ends support for a bunch of Windows phones

And Microsoft’s converged operating system has become a little less converged.

Prices of SSDs and DRAM will crash in 2019, Gartner predicts

The prices of PCs, smartphones, and tablets are going up, with higher component prices to blame.
Shortages in DRAM, flash, batteries and displays are hitting buyers in the wallet.Minor relief is in sight next year when prices of memory and NAND flash -- which is used in SSDs -- will start to gradually decline.

But prices will plummet big time in 2019, predicted Jon Erensen, research director for semiconductors at Gartner.[ iPad Pro vs.
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The impact could be felt on the prices of PCs and mobile devices.

But it's too early to predict the exact impact of the projected NAND and DRAM price crashes on PCs and mobile devices, Erensen said.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Foreign cyberattack may have been behind Brexit website crash, says MPs...

New report by MPs 'does not rule out the possibility' that foreign actors worked to take down the EU Referendum vote registration site - but government and cybersecurity experts disagree.