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Greenwich uni fined £120k: Hole in computing school site leaked 20k people's data

The Register - 23 min 57 sec ago
Insecure 12-year old microsite handed attackers key

The Information Commissioner has slapped a £120,000 fine on the University of Greenwich in the UK after a security cockup by its computing and maths school compromised the data of almost 20,000 individuals.…

Greenwich University fined £120,000 for data breach

BBC Technology News - 39 min 30 sec ago
The Information Commissioner said the data breach, which included students' health problems, was serious.

Reduxio gets head transplant as co-founder and other execs hit highway

The Register - 55 min 26 sec ago
They've gone array

The board at storage startup Reduxio has hired a shiny new CEO amid a wave of senior exec changes, sources have told El Reg.…

Intel’s Mobileye wants to dominate driverless cars—but there’s a problem

Ars Technica - 1 hour 30 min ago

Enlarge / Amnon Shashua, co-founder and CTO of Mobileye. (credit: Arielinson / Wikimedia)

Mobileye, the Israeli self-driving technology company Intel acquired last year, announced on Thursday that it would begin testing up to 100 cars on the roads of Jerusalem. But in a demonstration with Israeli television journalists, the company's demonstration car blew through a red light.

Mobileye is a global leader in selling driver-assistance technology to automakers. With this week's announcement, Mobileye hoped to signal that it wasn't going to be left behind as the world shifts to fully self-driving vehicles. But the red-light blunder suggests that the company's technology may be significantly behind industry leaders like Waymo.

While most companies working on full self-driving technology have made heavy use of lidar sensors, Mobileye is testing cars that rely exclusively on cameras for navigation. Mobileye isn't necessarily planning to ship self-driving technology that works that way. Instead, testing a camera-only system is part of the company's unorthodox approach for verifying the safety of its technology stack. That strategy was first outlined in an October white paper, and Mobileye CTO Amnon Shashua elaborated on that strategy in a Thursday blog post.

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WWDC 2018: All the rumors on iOS 12, iPad Pro, new MacBooks and more - CNET

cNET.com - News - 1 hour 44 min ago
What's going to happen when Tim Cook takes the stage in San Jose on June 4?

Children's phone data exposed on cloud server

BBC Technology News - 1 hour 53 min ago
Email addresses and unique phone identifiers were found on servers that let anyone view data

Orbital ATK launches another Cygnus without anything blowing up

The Register - 2 hours 7 min ago
Revamped Antares booster lobs cargo freighter at ISS

Orbital ATK's Cygnus freighter launched from Wallops Island, Virginia, this morning carrying supplies, spares and science to the International Space Station.…

U-turn over Facebook chief's EU meeting

BBC Technology News - 2 hours 33 min ago
Mark Zuckerberg agrees to allow his session with European politicians to be broadcast on the web.

You know me, I don't know you: Hospital reportedly raps staff for peeking at Ed Sheeran data

The Register - 2 hours 51 min ago
Unclear if employees wanted to figure out shape of him

Two UK hospital workers have reportedly been disciplined for accessing Ed Sheeran's personal details after he was admitted following a bicycle accident.…

You know me, I don't know you: Hospital reportedly raps staff for peeking at Ed Sheeran data

The Register - 2 hours 51 min ago
Unclear if employees wanted to figure out shape of him

Two hospital workers have reportedly been disciplined for accessing Ed Sheeran's personal details after he was admitted following a bicycle accident.…

Xiaomi the way: Hyped Chinese giant begins its battle for Britain

The Register - 3 hours 15 min ago
We're no pushover

Analysis Xiaomi's entry into Europe is as feared as it is anticipated. With its vow to keep profit margins on hardware below 5 per cent and make the rest up on services, er, somehow, the Chinese firm threatens a consumer electronics price war that goes way beyond phones. But it might be harder than pundits think.…

The harbingers of Doomwatch: Quist is quite the quasi-Quatermass

The Register - 4 hours 9 min ago
Bug behaviour in the wild

Stob "Plastic-eating bugs [...] could help solve the global plastic pollution crisis," was the Guardian's rather chirpy take on this story, triggering the recollection of a childhood nightmare. I inhaled my mouthful of coffee. The office youngsters couldn't understand my panic. "It's the Doomwatch scenario!", I coughed. "The skies will soon be falling!"…

Now that's old-school cool: Microsoft techies slap Azure Sphere IoT chip in an Altair 8800

The Register - 4 hours 49 min ago
Cloudy tech seen in oversized suit holding temperature probe

Hidden away among the interminably long keynote speeches at Microsoft's recent Build event was a project to delight the retro enthusiast.…

Your parents love you, Cortana. That's why we bought you an upgrade

The Register - 5 hours 30 min ago
Microsoft slurps conversational-AI startup Semantic Machines

Microsoft's decided its Cortana speech assistant needs a bit of buffing to survive in a world where Google AI can book restaurants and a parrot can turn the lights off with Alexa*, so the company has acquired a conversational-AI startup called Semantic Machines.…

Sysadmin hailed as hero for deleting data from the wrong disk drive

The Register - 6 hours 5 min ago
An incident that started with a lazy slave ended with a rousing recovery

Who, me? If the thought of another week at work has you down, worry not: The Register has another instalment of “Who, me?” for you to read, so you can enjoy another tale of errors made by someone other than yourself!…

10 social networks ignored UK government consultations

The Register - 7 hours 1 min ago
So ministers hit the airwaves to reveal looming ‘obligation’ for rapid abuse takedown and colossal fines for not doing it

Just four of 14 social networks asked to consult with the UK government on regulation of social media attended the talks, so ministers have revealed plans to require rapid removal of abusive and objectionable material and substantial fines for not doing so.…

Robots can now complete tasks by simply observing humans - CNET

cNET.com - News - 7 hours 9 min ago
Humans to be completely useless within six months: confirmed.

Das blinkenlights are back thanks to RPi revival of the PDP-11

The Register - 7 hours 35 min ago
Retro computing fans wrap classic DEC fascia round world's fave hobby machine

Always wanted a PDP-11, but don't have space for the iron? Good news: an obsolete computer enthusiast s offering beta tests of a kit designed to recreate the famous Digital Equipment Corporation box on a Raspberry Pi.…

Elon Musk thinks flying cars will chop our heads off - CNET

cNET.com - News - 8 hours 22 min ago
The specific word he used was "guillotine". That is not a nice word.

OnePlus 6 review - CNET

cNET.com - Reviews - 8 hours 36 min ago
Yet another unmissable deal from Android's indie star.

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