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Singapore aims to drive up standards for autonomous vehicles with test centre

A new test centre has opened up in Singapore to develop standards and ensure the safe deployment of autonomous vehicles on public roads. Spanning two hectares in Jurong Innovation District, the test site was jointly developed by the country’s Land Transport Authority (LTA), Nanyang Technological University of Singapore (NTU), and JTC. It also would support the Centre of Excellence for… Read more →

HP patches severe code execution bug in enterprise printers

HP HP has issued firmware patches to fix a security flaw which allowed attackers to perform remote code execution attacks on enterprise-grade printers. FoxGlove Security researchers issued an advisory disclosing the technical details of the bug, CVE-2017-2750, earlier this week. The team tested out HP’s PageWide Enterprise Color MFP 586 and the HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553 models, and found… Read more →

EU agrees to end geoblocking to boost single digital market

The European Parliament has agreed to end “unjustified” geoblocking within Europe in a bid to boost online businesses in the region. Together with the European Council and European Commission, the parliament said this week that an agreement has been reached to bring in new rules which will end geoblocking on purchases of goods and services. The deal, which has stemmed… Read more →

Amazon gives AWS customers access to its internal machine learning experts

Amazon on Wednesday announced the Amazon ML Solutions Lab, a new program that connects Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers with Amazon’s own machine learning experts. Through boot camps, workshops, advisory professional services and other forms of programming, the program is designed to help Amazon’s cloud customers figure out how to leverage machine learning. Competing cloud providers, from Microsoft to Oracle,… Read more →

Latest Windows 10 ‘Redstone 4′ PC test build adds more feature refinements

Microsoft is continuing to roll out the Windows 10 “Redstone 4″ Fast Ring test builds, with its latest, 17046, rolling out on November 22. Windows 10 Build 17046, like most of the previous Redstone 4 PC test builds, is more about fixes than major new features. On the feature front, Microsoft has added the ability to automatically fill in and… Read more →