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Man charged with murder after vehicle mows down pedestrians in Times Square

Police say 26-year-old Richard Rojas struck 23 people in New York City's Times Square Thursday, killing a MI teenager, before his auto was stopped by a row of steel security barriers. During this time, he had told police he was being harassed and followed. He was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated in 2008 and 2015, police Commissioner James O'Neill said.



In England Emergency units open 'as normal' again after cyber attack

Scores of organisations inside the NHS, which provides free medical care for all and is a source of pride for Britons, were hit by the ransomware on Friday. Because it's possible for the perpetrators to alter the code to use a different domain, MalwareTech and others warned the ransomware could continue spreading.


Nissan starts the Leaf teasing game, and it's exciting

Nissan starts the Leaf teasing game, and it's exciting

The Leaf is still cumulatively the best-selling all-electric vehicle in the world with over 260,000 units delivered, but sales have been lacking during the past few years and other vehicles have been catching up. The new Leaf is getting a complete makeover, with a new architecture - reportedly shared with the next generation Renault Zoe as well - and a seemingly different, sportier design apparently taking cues from the new Micra, probably featuring the new corporate styling.



Google I/O 2017: All Exciting Things You Need To Know

Google is the developer of Android O. Android O is the codename of Android Mobile Operating System. With its latest version released in August 2016, Android has been claimed by Google officials to be "across all screens:" watches, cars, television sets, Internet of Things (IoTs) and chromebooks, a class of low-coast laptop computers comprising almost 60 per cent of laptops sold to K-12 schools in the US.



Dhaka issues emergency guidelines on global cyberattack

The frozen-screen warnings are much the same that started in Britain and spread across the world, reports correspondent Charlie D'Agata. The NSA has not commented on Shadow Brokers since the group emerged previous year, or on the contents of past leaks or Friday's ransomware attack .



Security experts struggle in search for WannaCry clues

According to the Financial Times report, Microsoft was charging some consumers almost $1000 a year in order to get protection against threats like WannaCry ransomware attack. In laboratory testing, researchers at MWR and Kyptos say they have found Windows XP crashes before the virus can spread. Microsoft ended up distributing the free patch for the older versions on Friday - the day the ransomware was detected.