Tom’s Hardware reports here on a hack of Tesla’s cloud servers. The hack was designed to allow unauthorized cryptomining but it exposed sensitive car data. The initial vector was through a Kubernetes console that was not password-protected.
Extremetech reports here on a bitcoin mining machine that interfered with the T-Mobile wireless network.
Tom’s Hardware reports here on an interesting set of power/thermal experiments using Ryzen CPUs. These experiments clearly show how power/thermal management systems on these chips control clock frequency to manage power consumption and thermal performance.
Anandtech reports here on their performance analysis of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845.
CNN reports here that a FitBits global heat map reveals data about the layout of military bases.
I just added overhead .zip files for the new books Internet-of-Things (IoT) Systems and Smart Camera Design: Algorithms, Architectures, and Art. You can find each set of overheads on each book’s page on this site—either click on the links above or find links on the left-hand side of the screen.