Kuo adds fuel to Apple-Hyundai electric car rumors

TF Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo has corroborated reports that Apple and Hyundai are working together on an electric car. In a research note quoted by AppleInsider, Kuo says that Apple’s first car will be based on Hyundai’s E-GMP platform for battery-powered electric vehicles.

The E-GMP platform was announced late last year and is expected to be the basis for Hyundai’s electric cars from this year on. Hyundai claims that E-GMP vehicles can theoretically get over 500km (310 miles) in range on a full charge, with the battery able to reach 80 percent capacity in 18 minutes via fast charging

Hackers are exploiting a critical zeroday in devices from SonicWall

Network security provider SonicWall said on Monday that hackers are exploiting a critical zeroday vulnerability in one of the devices it sells.

The security flaw resides in the Secure Mobile Access 100 series, SonicWall said in an advisory updated on Monday. The vulnerability, which affects SMA 100 firmware versions 10.x, isn’t slated to receive a fix until the end of Tuesday.

Monday’s update came a day after security firm NCC Group said on Twitter that it had detected “indiscriminate use of an exploit in the wild.” The NCC tweet referred to an earlier version of the SonicWall advisory that

Addicted To Expertise?

Samsung phones are identified for their wonderful expertise embellishment of current time at the inexpensive worth range. There are lots of other little adjustments of course, however aside from the iPhone 5 being quicker and having a better camera etc, the main difference between it and the older iPhones is that the screen is now massive and much more vibrant compared to the older iPhones. I know half an inch is not an enormous quantity in the grand scheme of life, however I additionally don’t know many people that may flip down another half inch. That sounds barely perverse, but …