Apple has hired Chris Porritt, former Tesla Motors VP of Vehicle Engineering and former Chief Engineer of Aston Martin. This further confirms that Apple is working on a car project of some sort.
A US Congressman permitted a German security research lab to hack his phone, using nothing more than the 10 digit cell phone number. They were able to hear all of his calls and track his location.
Google has released its Nik photo editing software for free. The price tag used to be $150 for the suite, but Google will no longer update the software and people who paid for the suite will be refunded. You can take a look at the software here: https://www.google.com/nikcollection/
North Korea is allowing western scientists to enter their country and research Mount Paektu, an active volcano with a destructive past. North Korean officials have noticed increased activity of the landform and have authorized a long term research period.
Waze, Google's GPS service, now has a feature to help prevent you from speeding in a handful of countries outside of the US. To help stop you from getting a ticket, the app will give you a visual warning once you go a predetermined number of kilometers per hour above the speed limit and will stay there until you go under that amount.