Month: February 2019

Computer Algebra for Electronic Design

Don’t get me wrong. Like most people, there’s nothing I enjoy more than solving a long, involved math problem by hand. But, sometimes, a few pages of algebraic scratches on paper is just a means to an end. I find this especially true during electronic design sessions, be it circuit design or PCB layout; I…

Top 5 electric car maintenance issues and their costs – Roadshow

An EV lacks a lot of other cars’ parts, but not all of their headaches. …read more Source:: CNet

Hyundai, Kia recall 500,000 cars over fire concerns – Roadshow

There are two separate causes at play, both of which can result in the same outcome. …read more Source:: CNet

Nuisance call boss gets 8-year ban after trying to dodge firms’ £700k fines

Director applied to dissolve his companies to skip ICO penalty A rogue company director branded one of the worst perpetrators in the nuisance calling game has been banned from running companies for eight years.… …read more Source:: TheRegister

Thailand Passes Internet Security Law Decried as ‘Cyber Martial Law’

Thailand’s military-appointed parliament on Thursday passed a controversial cybersecurity law that gives sweeping powers to state cyber agencies, despite concerns from businesses and activists over judicial oversight and potential abuse of power. From a report: The Cybersecurity Act, approved unanimously, is the latest in a wave of new laws in Asian countries that assert government…

BMW, Daimler to partner on self-driving tech development – Roadshow

The two recently merged mobility efforts, as well. …read more Source:: CNet

Microsoft’s new cloud security tools aim to reduce alert fatigue

In an announcement ahead of the RSA Conference, Microsoft released details of two cloud-based security tools for large organizations. The new tools use AI and machine learning to help security professionals reduce “alert fatigue” and respond to actual threats more quickly. …read more Source:: ZDNet

The Huawei Mate X made me a foldable phone believer – CNET

Forget about the $2,600 price tag. The Galaxy Fold and Mate X aren’t just about the money. …read more Source:: CNet

First among equals: Breaking legacy with AFA

A flashy fix for the latency intolerant Promo Applications and databases are increasingly latency intolerant. For a while it seemed that the latency problem was solved with mainstream adoption of AFA as a primary storage platform, but scale and new demands have presented fresh challenges and meant the initial flash fix was temporary.… …read more…

The Military Wants To Build Lethal Tanks With AI

…read more Source:: PacketStorm