Wednesday, January 19th, 2022

Tag: software

GM software needs driving push for new hires

GM introduced its Ultifi software platform as a customer experience program that combines the purchase, onboarding and ownership experience in November 2020. Last September, GM formally announced plans for an evolved version of Ultifi,...

Crypto exchanges and software keep getting hacked. Here’s what you should know

Four months later, hackers stole at least $150 million from crypto exchange Bitmart. According to one analysis, unidentified hackers used a stolen private key to open two “hot wallets” and extract funds. Security incidents...

GM to lift 2019 Chevy Bolt restrictions after software update

DETROIT — General Motors said it will soon lift charging, parking and range restrictions on Chevrolet Bolt EV and EUVs that have been recalled because of battery-fire risk. Owners of 2019 Bolts who have...

Text-checking software maker Grammarly is worth $13 billion

Grammarly CEO Brad Hoover. Grammarly Grammarly, a start-up whose software highlights issues as people write in its web app and other programs, said Wednesday that it sports a $13 billion valuation after taking on...

Here’s why identity software firm Okta plans to open a retail location in New York City

Technology firm Okta recently signed lease for retail space in New York City, a move that may seem unusual for a company that makes identity management software. However, in an interview Wednesday with CNBC’s...

NHTSA reviewing owner complaint of accident using Tesla FSD Beta software

“NHTSA is aware of the consumer complaint in question and is in communication with the manufacturer to gather additional information,” an NHTSA spokesperson told Reuters on Friday. Tesla did not immediately comment. Earlier this...

GM reorganizes IT business to raise software revenue

DETROIT — General Motors plans to restructure its information technology business into two divisions — digital business software and global IT — to help achieve a goal of generating $20 to $25 billion in...

GM reorganizes IT business to raise software revenue

DETROIT — General Motors plans to restructure its information technology business into two divisions — digital business software and global IT — to help achieve a goal of generating $20 to $25 billion in...