The software issue is reportedly causing a power loss problem for the Taycan and could see a global recall for Porsche’s first EV.
Apple is working on a software update to the AirTag to make them more privacy conscious and stop people using them for nefarious tracking.
With US sanctions still imposed on Huawei, the company’s founder and CEO reportedly believes a software focus is the best course of action.
Initially banned for a year, now Amazon has decided to ban the use of its facial recognition software by police indefinitely.
Huawei’s rotating chairman, Erix Xu, offered some clarity this week regarding the company’s recent restructure of its Cloud and AI business.
NASA has to perform a software update on its autonomous helicopter. A helicopter that is currently on the surface of Mars.
Now the long wait for OEMs to dispatch the update begins.
Sony has finally added the webcam support to a wide range of its cameras, but it remains limited to Windows 10 devices for now.
Following the lapsing of temporary licences to trade with US firms, Huawei Mobile SA says local Android devices will still receive updates and security patches.
IBM CEO, Arvind Krishna, explained the company’s decision as part of the Justice in Policing Act.
The five month hiatus that Boeing was under is over, and now the company wants to begin production again, despite the FAA not clearing the plane.
Local customers can finally pay their Zoho bill in local currency.
Teams working remotely are able to use GitHub for free now.
The update brings some highly requested features to the fore for players.
Now interested users can have free access to Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X for longer.
The firm is partnering with StarLeaf to help those working remotely during the country’s impending lockdown.
Update Tuesday will still feature but updates delivered later in the month will no longer be released for the foreseeable future.
Following some reported issues, the South Korean firm is working on a fix.