Thursday, October 18, 2018

The Apollo Breach Included Billions of Data Points

Sales intelligence firm Apollo left a “staggering amount” of exposed online, including 125 million email addresses and nine billion data points.

Via:: Wired News


Unlock your phone with your face or fingerprint? Here's how to shut that off – quickly

Fortunately, both Apple and Google offer shortcuts to disable their biometric-unlock features. Unfortunately, only one of them is widely available.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


These cities could be underwater by 2060

Coastal cities across the United States Are in danger of flooding. But which cities are in the most danger? Veuer’s Mercer Morrison has the story.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


New technology can predict heart attack years before it happens

Researchers developed a new method to analyze CT scans using algorithms, providing an opportunity for early detection of risk and prevention.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


These are the deadliest places to take selfies, study says

Don’t let the social media hype cost you your life, it sounds dramatic, but people are literally dying for selfies. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Tesla’s Autopilot Report Makes Big Safety Claims With Little Context

Tesla’s report finds drivers using Autopilot crash nearly seven times less often than the general population, but safety experts aren’t convinced.

Via:: Wired News


When it Comes to Autonomous Cars, the Department of Transportation Says ‘Drivers’ Don’t Have to Be Human

And that’s really great news for the humans developing self-driving trucks.

Via:: Wired News


Want to delete your Facebook account? It'll take 30 days

Facebook doubled the amount of time you have to change your mind before your account is permanently deleted.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Tesla CEO Elon Musk apparently rips SEC after deal: 'Shortseller Enrichment Commission'

Tesla CEO Elon Musk apparently blasted federal regulators Thursday after striking a settlement to resolve accusations that he mislead investors.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Why Supply Chain Hacks Are a Cybersecurity Worse Case Scenario

A blockbuster report from Bloomberg says that China has compromised servers used by major US companies. It’s a problem that experts have long feared, and still don’t know how to resolve.

Via:: Wired News

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