HackerEarth collaborates with DICE and Webstaff in the US and Japan markets respectively. HackerEarth announced its entry into the global markets through reseller partnerships with DICE in the US and Webstaff, in Japan. HackerEarth is the hub for programmers to practice and improve their programming skills, compete in coding challenges or hackathons and showcase their… Read More HackerEarth aims for global expansion
The latest release candidate for Go features HTTP2 Push support and an updated compiler back end for more efficient code. Go 1.8, the next version of Google’s open source language, is moving toward general availability, with a release candidate featuring improvements in compilation and HTTP. The final Version 1.8 is due in February. According to… Read More Go 1.8 goes for efficiency and convenience
Over the weekend, Tesla began rolling out the over-the-air software updates that bring Autopilot 8.1—but to the dismay of probably every Model S and Model X owner, the new system did not bring all of the Enhanced Autopilot features with it. An owner posted the Tesla Motor Club forum that the update gives vehicles: – Side collision… Read More Tesla Rolls Out Autopilot 8.1 Software Update
In my “Apple is Doomed” post the other day, one of the many claims I noted that’s been running around is: “ Even Apple’s hardware is terrible.” And there have been high-profile hardware issues with both the iPhone 6 (“Bendgate” and “Touch Disease”) as well as the 6s which suffered from battery issues. But while it should… Read More Battery Woes Just The Latest iPhone Hardware Problem, But Is There Real Trouble At Apple?
A security firm released a report about the Android malware called Gooligan that has compromised over one million devices. The malware targets user’s Google account and gain access to it. Check Point, an IT security firm, has discovered that over one million Android users were hacked through the Gooligan malware. The malware is compromising Android… Read More Gooligan Malware News & Update: Software App Breached Over 1 Million Google Accounts; Check Yours Here!
Salesforce co-founder Parker Harris. Salesforce’s bread-and-butter software products, used by salespeople at Fortune 500 companies around the world, will be available from Amazon’s public cloud for the first time in a few months. Until now, this collection of software services has been available from Salesforce’s own data centers, but that will change starting in mid… Read More Salesforce’s Core Software Is Coming to Amazon’s Cloud Soon
As a result of a lot of hard work done by our security research teams, we revealed today a new and alarming malware campaign. The attack campaign, named Gooligan, breached the security of over one million Google accounts. The number continues to rise at an additional 13,000 breached devices each day. Our research exposes how… Read More More Than 1 Million Google Accounts Breached by Gooligan
Comma.ai, the tech startup that recently pulled the plug on its device to give cars limited self-driving capabilities after being reprimanded by U.S. regulators, has opened up its software secrets to the masses. On Wednesday, Comma.ai announced on its website that it had open sourced the software code and robotics research platform for the driver-assistance… Read More U.S. tech startup Comma.ai giving away self-driving car software
Look for more software partnerships to surface at Amazon.com‘s (AMZN) annual cloud computing conference this week, says Citigroup. Amazon Web Services, the cloud computing business of the e-commerce giant, will likely announce more products for the enterprise market as it battles Microsoft (MSFT), says Citigroup. Re:Invent, AWS’ annual Las Vegas conference, runs from Tuesday through… Read More Amazon Re:Invent: Software Deals Aim At Microsoft Cloud