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Burglars Can Easily Make Google Nest Security Cameras Stop Recording

Orome1 quotes a report from Help Net Security: Google Nest’s Dropcam, Dropcam Pro, Nest Cam Outdoor and Nest Cam Indoor security cameras can be easily disabled by an attacker that’s in their Bluetooth range. The vulnerabilities are present in the latest firmware version running on the devices (v5.2.1). They were discovered by researcher Jason Doyle last fall, and their existence ... Read More »

Wells Fargo: All ATMs Will Take Phone Codes, Not Just Cards

Given the prevalence of smartphones nowadays, Wells Fargo has announced plans to upgrade all 13,000 of its ATMs next week to allow customers to access their money using their cellphones instead of traditional bank cards. Wells Fargo would be the first to upgrade all of its ATMs with the feature across the United States. ABC News reports: To access their ... Read More »

Trump Adds To NASA Budget, Approves Crewed Mission To Mars

An anonymous reader quotes a report from NBC News: President Donald Trump signed a law on Tuesday authorizing funding for a crewed NASA mission to Mars. The new bill (S.442) adds a crewed mission to the red planet as a key NASA objective and authorizes the space agency to direct test human space flight programs that will enable more crewed ... Read More »

Who’s Liable For Decisions AI and Robotics Make?

An anonymous reader shares a BetaNews article: Reuters news agency reported on February 16 that “European lawmakers called […] for EU-wide legislation to regulate the rise of robots, including an ethical framework for their development and deployment and the establishment of liability for the actions of robots including self-driving cars.” The question of determining “liability” for decision making achieved by ... Read More »