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Security State Authorities Downplay DefCon Voting Machine Hacks

At DefCon’s second annual Voting Village, hackers were able to compromise the software running voting machines and sabotage poll information


Innovation DeepMind Diagnostic AI ‘More Accurate’ Than Human Eye Specialists

DeepMind’s algorithm outperforms human doctors in initial tests, but questions hang over the use of AI in clinical practice


Innovation Sainsbury’s Trials Till-Free Shopping In Clapham

The trial allows shoppers to scan items as they shop using a smartphone app, then check out via Apple Pay


Innovation Saudis Would Back Deal To Take Tesla Private, Says Musk

Tesla chief Elon Musk says his plan would require far less than the £55bn estimated by some, as he seeks to justify last week’s surprise tweet


Networks Fax Machines ‘Give Attackers Foothold On Corporate Networks’

Researchers demonstrate how attackers can take over multi-purpose printers and gain access to internal systems




Innovation Short Sellers Sue Tesla Over Shock Elon Musk Tweet

The announcement over Twitter of a plan to take the company private was fraudulently engineered to ‘decimate’ short sellers, two lawsuits claim


Cloud Samsung £120bn Investment Plan Targets AI, 5G

The three-year strategy aims to find new growth areas as semiconductors and smartphones stall


mobile OS Google Tailors Android 9 Pie To Enhance User Experience

Google’s latest version of its mobile operating system includes time limiting options and night-time screen adjustment


Mobility T-Mobile US And Nokia Sign £2.7bn 5G Network Deal

The multi-year deal, one of the world’s first major 5G contracts, aims to deploy the US’ first nationwide next-generation services


Innovation Alteca Portugal Aims For One Of World’s First 5G Deployments

Alteca Portugal has demonstrated a Huawei-powered 5G system from prototype handsets to networks and back-end systems




Carriers China Mobile US Move Blocked By Trump Administration

Trade wars – part 2. US government moves to block China Mobile from entering the US market


Cloud Apple Disables iPhone Encryption Workaround Used By Cops

Apple said the move was not specifically aimed at frustrating law enforcement’s efforts to convict criminals


Mobility Facebook Denies Claims Mobile Data Sharing Broke Privacy Pledges

Facebook shared users’ data with more than 60 mobile device makers without gaining their consent, New York Times claims


Cloud Google Ramps AI Technologies At Key Conference

Google I/O 2018: New tech includes Duplex, which phones businesses on a user’s behalf to book appointments


Cloud Amazon ‘Developing Robot For Consumers’

The move follows the $1bn acquisition of smart doorbell maker Ring, as Amazon delves further into the home

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