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Feds ask Tesla to recall 158,000 vehicles over failing touchscreen displays

U.S. safety regulators have asked Tesla to recall 158,000 vehicles over media control unit failures that cause the touchscreen displays to stop working, following a months-long investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Office of Defects Investigation unit of the agency determined that the failure of the media control unit is a safety issue since functions like the backup camera and defogging and defrosting setting controls stop working as well as audible chimes, wh...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Tech, Tesla, Automotive, Nhtsa, MCU, Nvidia Tegra


Feds asks Tesla to recall 158,000 vehicles over failing touchscreen displays

U.S. safety regulators have asked Tesla to recall 158,000 vehicles over media control unit failures that cause the touchscreen displays to stop working, following a months-long investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Office of Defects Investigation unit of the agency determined that the failure of the media control unit is a safety issue since functions like the backup camera and defogging and defrosting setting controls stop working as well as audible chimes, wh...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Tech, Tesla, Recall, Automotive, Electric Vehicles, Nhtsa, MCU, Nvidia Tegra


After 12,523 Replacements, Feds Investigate Tesla Media Control Unit Failures

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Is one of Tesla's infotainment systems defective by design? That's a question the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration hopes to answer. It has started an engineering analysis after hundreds of customer complaints of bricked systems resulted in a preliminary investigation in June. NHTSA thinks it knows what the problem is: an 8GB eMMC NAND flash memory chip with a finite number of write cycles, fitted to its Media Control Unit. The ...
Tags: Tech, Tesla, Nhtsa, Ars, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, MCU, Nvidia Tegra, Office of Defects Investigation, Tesla Media Control Unit Failures


159,000 Teslas doomed to fail due to worn out memory chips

A sizeable number of Tesla vehicles could experience component failure in the near future as a result of worn out memory chips. Around 159,000 Tesla Model S and Model X‘s built between 2012 and 2018 are at risk of experiencing sensor problems and component failures due to the eMMC NAND storage in the car’s infotainment system reaching the end of its useful life, The Register reports. According to the report, the 8GB flash memory chips in the vehicles‘ Nvidia Tegra 3 computer that powers the car’...
Tags: Startups, US, Tesla, Shift, Nvidia Tegra


NHTSA launches probe into Tesla touchscreen failures

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened a preliminary investigation into allegations of failing touchscreens on Tesla’s older Model S vehicles. The federal agency launched the probe after receiving 11 complaints from Tesla owners over a 13-month period alleging failures of the touchscreen in 2013 through 2015 Model S vehicles. The problem, which stems from a problematic flash memory device, renders the touchscreen black, including the loss of the rear camera image displ...
Tags: TC, Tech, Tesla, Automotive, Nhtsa, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, MCU, Nvidia Tegra


Nintendo Switch hack lets you run GameCube and Wii emulator Dolphin

If you have a Nintendo Switch gaming console, listen up. It would appear that a new "exploit chain" for Nvidia Tegra X1-based systems outlines an unpatchable process to run random code on all Nintendo Switches. The post Nintendo Switch hack lets you run GameCube and Wii emulator Dolphin appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, News, Trends, Vulnerability, Exploit, Computing, Nintendo, Nvidia Tegra, Nintendo Switch


A major exploit leaves every Nintendo Switch susceptible to hacking

If you have a Nintendo Switch gaming console, listen up. It would appear that a new "exploit chain" for Nvidia Tegra X1-based systems outlines an unpatchable process to run random code on all Nintendo Switches. The post A major exploit leaves every Nintendo Switch susceptible to hacking appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Gaming, News, Trends, Vulnerability, Exploit, Computing, Nintendo, Nvidia Tegra, Nintendo Switch


The 'Unpatchable' Exploit That Makes Every Current Nintendo Switch Hackable

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: A newly published "exploit chain" for Nvidia Tegra X1-based systems seems to describe an apparently unpatchable method for running arbitrary code on all currently available Nintendo Switch consoles. Hardware hacker Katherine Temkin and the hacking team at ReSwitched released an extensive outline of what they're calling the Fusee Gelee coldboot vulnerability earlier today, alongside a proof-of-concept payload that can be used on the Switch. "...
Tags: Tech, Ars Technica, Nintendo, Tegra, DMA, Temkin, Nvidia Tegra, Katherine Temkin


Tesla updates user interface, web browser in older Model S and Model X vehicles

A new update is bringing an improved user interface to older Tesla vehicles. According to this report citing forum users, the v8.1 (2018.12) update improves the speed and capability in Model S and Model X vehicles equipped with an Nvidia Tegra 3-powered MCU. This was expected; Musk stated in late December 2017 that Tesla was working to improve the browser for all its vehicles. Users discovered the browser speed is dramatically faster, able to download at an average of over 5 Mbps. HTML5 capab...
Tags: Startups, Gadgets, Elon Musk, Tesla, Transport, Nvidia, Tegra, Tesla Model S, Musk, Nvidia Tegra


Linux gizmo indexes photos and videos for visual recognition search

Pimloc’s “Pholio” runs Linux on an Nvidia Tegra, and provides offline storage and search of images and video using visual and face recognition. Digital imaging has lived up to its promise of making it easier to take more images more quickly, but the promise that it would make it easier to find those images has […]
Tags: Digital, Linux, Nvidia Tegra, Pimloc


Asus Google Nexus 7 Tablet with 8GB Storage (downtown / civic / van ness) $50

Nexus 7 (First Generation) Model ME370T As-new working condition with no scratches on screen 8GB storage 1GB RAM Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core chip Front camera Android 5.1.1 Original owner Comes with a used case Photos are actual Available in [...]
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Asus transformer pad tf701t /k00c / tegra 4 w keyboard dock and folio (sunnyvale) $250

In great condition with minimal wear. Works perfectly. Includes case, charger and charge cable. Android 4.4 Nvidia Tegra 4 quad-core processor 72 core Nvidia GPU 10.1" 2560x1600 QHD LCD 2GB RAM 32GB storage
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Snap-in Tegra K1 COM tackles vision processing, deep learning

Toradex’s SODIMM-style “Apalis TK1” module runs Linux on a 2.2GHz quad-core Tegra K1 SoC, and offers extensive I/O including SATA, A/V, USB 3.0, and PCIe. The SODIMM-style, 82 x 45mm Apalis TK1 computer-on-module is pin-compatible with Toradex’s earlier Nvidia Tegra 3 based Apalis T30 and i.MX6-based Apalis iMX6 modules. The Apalis TK1 moves up to […]
Tags: Usb, Tegra, Toradex, Nvidia Tegra


What Does Audi Have Planned for CES 2014?

As cars have grown increasingly more connected in this world over the past few years, the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas has risen in clout. Even as the North American International Auto Show is set to occur the following week, auto companies are coming to the 2014 CES in droves ready to showcase their latest technological innovations. Making a splash last year with their autonomous driving concepts, Audi returns to the CES with even greater anticipation...
Tags: Google, Android, Technology, Ces, Las Vegas, Concept Cars, Audi, North American International Auto Show, Rupert Stadler, Audi AG, MMI, Stadler, A3, 2014 CES, Audi Infotainment, Audi Sport Quattro Concept