Uber Safety Driver Was Reportedly Watching Hulu Right Before Fatal Accident

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppThe Tempe, Arizona police department has released a new report regarding Uber’s self-driving car crash last March. The report, according to Reuters, reveals that the safety driver Rafaela Vasquez was streaming The Voice on Hulu at the time of the impact. 49-year old Elaine Herzberg was crossing the street with a bicycle when a self-driving test car from Uber struck her at 39 mph. The reason for the impact has been the subject of intense scrutiny from both the government and car industry. The Tempe Police Department report found…

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Amazon Launches FreeTime Unlimited Service On iOS

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppUp until now, Amazon’s child-friendly service, FreeTime Unlimited, was an exclusive for Amazon hardware such as the Fire tablets. The service currently houses thousands of children’s TV shows, books, and movies. However, Amazon has now launched the service on Apple mobile platform. The app offers content from partners such as PBS Kids, Nickelodeon, and Disney. However, the implementation on iOS does not allow parents to prevent their kids from exiting the app, making this a more risky option for those who want to hand their…

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Fake Fortnite Apps Deceives Thousands of Android Users

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppIf you know anything about current video game trends, you would most likely mention something about Epic Games’ Fortnite. I have a previous article explaining why Fortnite has so much hype surrounding it. And it seems like scammers are finally taking advantage of the fun this game generators and using it for their own malicious purposes. This past week, dozens of fake Fortnite apps have appeared in links on YouTube videos for thousands of eager fans to click on. Fortnite is scheduled to release this…

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Supreme Court Rules a Warrant is Needed for Cell Phone Location Tracking Data

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppThis Friday the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the government generally needs a warrant if it wants to use cell phone data to track someone’s location. This ruling is a win for privacy advocates. In this situation, the government is obtaining information about you from a third party, your cell phone company. The Department of Justice, the losers of this ruling, argue that a person’s privacy rights are lessened when information is voluntarily shared with someone else (a third party). To some, in this case,…

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Intel CEO Resigns After Relationship With Employee Discovered

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppToday, Intel announced that CEO Brian Krzanich resigned from the company, effective immediately. He will be giving up his position as CEO and member of Intel’s board. The company has named current Intel CFO Robert Swan as interim chief executive officer, also effective immediately. In a press release, the company explained their reasoning behind the move: Intel was recently informed that Mr. Krzanich had a past consensual relationship with an Intel employee. An ongoing investigation by internal and external counsel has confirmed a violation of Intel’s…

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