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  • Apple issues iOS, macOS updates 2016/10/24

    Apple today released the first significant updates for both iOS and macOS.

    iOS 10.1 includes a host of enhancements and bug fixes, but the signature addition is Portrait Camera, a feature previously touted by Apple for the iPhone 7 Plus only.

    Using the dual cameras of the iPhone 7 Plus, Portrait Camera creates a depth-of-field effect that presents the foreground in sharp focus but the background in a slight blur. iOS 10.1 introduces the feature as a beta, a move Apple has used in the past, most notably with its Maps, to excuse the initial results, collect data from users, then slowly improve the underlying software.

    Apple also patched 13 security vulnerabilities with iOS 10.1.

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  • Nissan, Renault tout plans to make 10 autonomous vehicles by 2020 2016/10/24

    The Renault-Nissan Alliance has created a new 300-person division for the purpose of releasing at least 10 vehicles with "significant" autonomous driving capabilities by 2020.

    Nissan and Renault's new Mobility Division will focus on the development of software, cloud engineering and big data analytics for connected-car technologies.

    In 2018, Nissan said it expects to unveil a "multiple-lane control" application that can autonomously negotiate hazards and change lanes during highway driving. Two years later, it plans to add the capability for a vehicle to navigate city driving and intersections without driver intervention.

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  • Physical RAM attack can root Android and possibly other devices 2016/10/24

    Researchers have devised a new way to compromise Android devices without exploiting any software vulnerabilities and instead takes advantage of a physical design weakness in RAM chips. The attack technique could also affect other ARM and x86-based devices and computers.

    The attack stems from the push over the past decade to pack more DRAM (dynamic random-access memory) capacity onto increasingly smaller chips, which can lead to memory cells on adjacent rows leaking electric charges to one another under certain conditions.

    For example, repeated and rapid accessing of physical memory locations -- an action now dubbed "hammering" -- can cause the bit values from adjacent locations to flip from 0 to 1 or the other way around.

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  • Microsoft blocks Belichick's anti-Surface blitz 2016/10/24

    Microsoft last week defended its five-year deal with the National Football League (NFL) after the coach of the New England Patriots trashed the company's tablet.

    "This week Surface has been at the center of the debate on the role of technology in the NFL, with different opinions shared from coaches and players," said Yusuf Mehdi, a Microsoft marketing executive in the Windows and Devices Group, in a post to a company blog Friday.

    That "debate," as Mehdi put it, was one-sided until his defense appeared. Earlier last week, sports and technology reporters and bloggers wrote extensively when Patriots' head coach Bill Belichick dismissed the Surface.

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  • Chinese firm recalls camera products linked to massive DDOS attack 2016/10/24

    A Chinese electronics component maker is recalling 4.3 million internet-connected camera products from the U.S. market amid claims they may have played a role in Friday's massive internet disruption.

    On Monday, Hangzhou Xiongmai Technology said it was recalling earlier models of four kinds of cameras due to a security vulnerability that can make them easy to hack.

    "The main security problem is that users aren't changing the device's default passwords," Xiongmai said in a Chinese-language statement posted online.

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