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Latest Technology News – US startup unveils tech to turn normal helicopters self-driving

— OnePlus to announce ‘something special’ at CES 2020, says CEO Pete Lau —
OnePlus has announced that it will hold its first major event at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show, one of the largest technology trade shows in the US, which will be held next month in Las Vegas. OnePlus founder and CEO Pete Lau tweeted about the ‘special event’ at the CES and said that the company will showcase “something special”.
— US startup unveils tech to turn normal helicopters self-driving —
US-based autonomous helicopter startup Skyryse unveiled technology which could potentially turn normal helicopters into self-driving ones, through a modified FAA-approved helicopter ‘Luna’. Called the “Skyryse Flight Stack”, the system could enable future fleets of air taxis to fly themselves over cities, the startup claimed. It also includes sensor pads on the ground, called “smart helipads”.
— WhatsApp bug let one message crash group chats, delete chat history forever —
Cybersecurity firm Check Point’s researchers have said they detected a vulnerability in WhatsApp that led to group chat crash the moment a ‘destructive message’ was introduced by the hackers in the chat. It led the entire group chat history being deleted forever. The bug was discovered in August 2019. WhatsApp fixed it in the update for version 2.19.246 and onwards.
— Putin appears to use Windows XP which got last update in 2014 —
Pictures released by Russian President Vladimir Putin’s press service appeared to show that he uses Windows XP operating system on his official computer. It is also installed on Putin’s computer at his Novo-Ogaryovo residence near Moscow, reports said. Microsoft last provided security update for Windows XP in 2014 and warns computers running it might be more vulnerable to security risks.
— Samsung Chairman jailed for disrupting union activities —
Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Sang-hoon has been sentenced to 18 months in jail by a South Korean court for sabotaging legitimate union activities. About 25 other current and former employees of various Samsung units were also convicted. Prosecutors said Samsung executives used several tactics to target union activities, including withdrawing business from subcontractors with active unions.


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