April 6th, 2018

California proposes new rules for self-driving cars to pick up passengers

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – California’s public utility regulator on Friday signaled it would allow self-driving car companies to transport passengers without a backup driver in the vehicle, a step forward for autonomous car developers just as [...]

Facebook urged to block Nazi relic sales

The social media giant removes Third Reich memorabilia from site amid calls for tougher action. The post Facebook urged to block Nazi relic sales appeared first on CloudTweaks. Powered by WPeMatico [...]

Facebook Messenger's 'Unsend' Feature Is What Happens When You Scramble

It’s good that Facebook is addressing its many privacy woes, but reacting rather than planning leaves some fixes feeling half-baked. Louise Matsakis https://www.wired.com/story/facebook-messenger-unsend The post Facebook Messenger's 'Unsend' Feature Is What Happens When You Scramble appeared [...]

Facebook Messenger will soon let you ‘unsend’ messages just like Mark Zuckerberg

Earlier today, TechCrunch broke the news that Facebook had wiped messages Mark Zuckerberg and other executives had sent on Messenger. While Facebook said deleting messages from top management was a security issue, it felt kind of [...]

Internet of Things Makes Tracking Affordable

A service provider helps track aircraft using Internet of Things and cheaper cellular networks. Tom Kaneshige http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/internet-things/internet-things-makes-tracking-affordable The post Internet of Things Makes Tracking Affordable appeared first on CloudTweaks. Powered by WPeMatico [...]

AWS Batch Adds Support for Automatic Termination with Job Execution Timeout

AWS Batch now supports the ability to automatically terminate your jobs at execution level. With job execution timeout, you can set a timeout duration per retry attempt in your job definition or provide it as an [...]

User Error: Businesses Expose 1.5bn Sensitive Files

Exposed confidential information is roughly 4,000 times larger than the Panama Papers leak. IT Pro http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/security/user-error-businesses-expose-15bn-sensitive-files The post User Error: Businesses Expose 1.5bn Sensitive Files appeared first on CloudTweaks. Powered by WPeMatico [...]

Back office testing moves forward for EIS vendors

Most of the companies on GSA’s massive Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract are reporting progress on required back-office systems tests. The post Back office testing moves forward for EIS vendors appeared first on CloudTweaks. Powered by WPeMatico [...]