Engineers, safety advocates and automakers have a safety message for federal regulators eager to get self-driving cars on the road: slow down. They aren't yet up to the demands of real-world driving.
An unusual strain of virus-like hacker software that exploits computer server vulnerabilities without requiring human interaction is a leading example of a new generation of "ransomware," experts say.
Thirty finalists have been announced for the upcoming 2016 Best of Interop Awards, which recognize innovation across 10 categories. Award winners will be announced May 4 in Las Vegas.
Hacking for ransom is on the rise -- on pace to beat out last year's figures -- and hits people where it hurts, locking them out of files, photos and critical records until they pay hackers a bounty.
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