Noticias de seguridad informática del 8 de enero del 2019

Breve resumen de las últimas Noticias de tecnología y de seguridad de la información, que fueron en el día 8 de enero del 2019. Estas noticias se van actualizando en el transcurso del día…

Windows 10 se reservará 7 GB de tu disco duro para que las grandes actualizaciones no terminen en fracaso

Si hace unos años la falta de espacio de almacenamiento era un problema relativamente común en cuanto a dispositivos móviles, puede que en poco tiempo este se traslade a los equipos con Windows 10. https://bit.ly/2RCnBJP

Tesla sued after fatal crash, accused of making “unreasonably dangerous” car

The family of a Florida man who died in a high-speed accident involving a Tesla has sued the automaker, alleging that his Tesla’s battery was defective and that the company was negligent when it removed a speed governor on the car. https://bit.ly/2Fnov6N

Todas las novedades de Google anunciadas en el CES 2019

Google también hizo presencia en el CES 2019, con muchos anuncios y novedades. https://bit.ly/2H0dhaM

La mayoría de los anuncios giraron en torno al potencial de Google Assistant, y el objetivo de llevarlo a más de 1000 millones de dispositivos.

Ring Alarm expands functionality with new sensors, smart locks and voice control

Ring unveiled several new accessories that enable Ring Alarm to not only protect against home break-ins, but also property damage and life-threatening situations – giving neighbors even more ways to protect their homes. https://bit.ly/2SIZA1f

The world’s first foldable phone is charmingly awful

The Royole FlexPai is the sort of device that companies rush out when they feel the absolute imperative to be first with some new technology. https://bit.ly/2CZiz25


While trying to revive a Donkey Kong Jr arcade board, [Jelmer Bruijn] found himself in the market for an EPROM programmer and became the proud owner of a 1990’s era Dataman S4. https://bit.ly/2AEdHxN

Jeep hacking lawsuit shifts into gear for trial after US Supremes refuse to hit the brakes

A class-action lawsuit claiming Fiat-Chrysler knew about, but failed to fix, significant cybersecurity holes in its cars will go to trial in America later this year. https://bit.ly/2H2Ptmm

Dell podría haber creado la versión perfecta del XPS 13

El XPS 13 de Dell ha sido uno de los mejores ultraportátiles del mercado desde hace años. Es elegante, estilizado y, a menudo, más económico que un Mac del mismo precio y características.  https://bit.ly/2RfeL5J

Shipping Firms Speared with Targeted ‘Whaling’ Attacks

Bad actors are imitating high-level executives in the shipping industry to launch BEC attacks that could lead to credential theft or worse – system compromise. https://bit.ly/2RCmTfJ

SanDisk’s Extreme Pro portable SSD is so fast you can edit video on it

While editing a document or spreadsheet directly from a flash drive is trivial, that’s not the case for video, where the interface speed limits performance considerably. WD’s SanDisk thinks they’ve solved the problem with the SanDisk Extreme Pro SSD. https://bit.ly/2SHWCKd

Ethereum Classic (ETC) Hit by Double-Spend Attack Worth $1.1 Million

Popular cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has suspended all transactions of Ethereum Classic (ETC)—the original unforked version of the Ethereum network—on their trading platforms, other products and services after detecting a potential attack on the cryptocurrency network that let someone spend the same digital coins twice. https://bit.ly/2SJ3UgZ

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