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Ransomware technique uses your real passwords to trick you – TechCrunch

Ransomware technique uses your real passwords to trick you – TechCrunch A few folks have reported a new ransomware technique that preys upon corporate inability to keep passwords safe. The notes – which are usually aimed at instilling fear – are simple: the hacker says “I know that your password …

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Didi will resume late night Hitch rides, but only allow drivers to pick up passengers of the same sex – TechCrunch

Didi will resume late night Hitch rides, but only allow drivers to pick up passengers of the same sex – TechCrunch Didi Chuxing’s inter-city carpooling service will resume night operations on a limited basis about a month after a female passenger was allegedly murdered by an unregistered driver who accessed …

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LifeDoor crowdfunds the production version of its fire-thwarting door-closer – TechCrunch

LifeDoor crowdfunds the production version of its fire-thwarting door-closer – TechCrunch At CES in January I was pleasantly surprised by the LifeDoor, a smart home gadget that’s actually worth having. These little boxes automatically close doors when smoke detectors go off, inhibiting the spread of fire and smoke. The company …

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World’s first highway test facility for autonomous vehicle opens in Michigan

The American Center for Mobility has opened a new highway testing division at its facility in Michigan, enabling the testing of semiautonomous and autonomous driving technology in high-speed situations. The post World’s first highway test facility for autonomous vehicle opens in Michigan appeared first on Digital Trends.

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