Quotes of the Week: "Nightmare inducing."

“Nightmare inducing.”

Boston Dynamics founder Marc Raibert describing his company’s latest wheeled robot.


“President Trump’s tough talk on trade with China, including the threat of harsh tariffs, paints a bleak picture for Chinese vendors looking to the US for growth.”

Mo Jia, Canalys Research Analyst, dampening Chinese phone vendors’ ambitions for expanding into the US.


“Validating that may have to be more like the way we validate pharmaceuticals—by relying more on trial and error.”

Alex London, Professor at Dietrich College, suggesting we may need to change the way to test the safety of driverless cars.


“We call on Call on Infineon and Infineon Technologies Melaka to respect and promote human rights, including worker and trade union rights.”

An open letter signed by 43 organizations and trade unions aimed towards Infineon after the termination of a worker in the company’s Malaysian factory.


"They can’t quit us; it’s like Brokeback Mountain. Intel can’t quit John McAfee. John McAfee quit them."

Michael H. Ference, lawyer for John McAfee in the case against Intel continuing to use the McAfee brand.


“He’s at risk from everybody, ranging from lone hackers to the better-funded intelligence agencies of the world.”

Security expert Bruce Schneier on President Trump’s continued use of a non-secure consumer Android device.


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Dan Swinhoe

Dan is a journalist at CSO Online. Previously he was Senior Staff Writer at IDG Connect.

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