It is the latest edition of the Huddle Testing and tech news. Every fortnight we look at some of the latest testing news stories that have dominated the headlines. This edition features stories on machine learning in testing software, crashes on iOS devices and more.
Machine Learning Comes to Software Testing
“You then create your own tests by walking Mabl through a scenario (with the help of a Chrome plugin) and the service automatically understands that a given button or link leads to a certain action.”
The team behind Mabl explain the technology that encompases machine learning to make functional testing as easy as possible. The software can learn your software and can perform tests even if the software is updated. Read More on Mabl here
Keyboard Character Crashes iPhones
Can we have that #Telegu iPhone Crashing Character to trend on twitter please ? 😂
— Hackology (@Hackology) February 18, 2018
A keyboard character from an Indian script is affecting Apple devices including iPhones, iPad and Macs. The character when shown in a text field can crash devices running iOS. Some people are trying to get the character trending on Twitter. Read More here
Tricentis Get High Scores
“We believe this report is further validation that Tricentis Tosca continues to be the Continuous Testing solution of choice for enterprises, due to, what we believe is, our support of the capabilities required for digital transformation”
Dr. Gerd Weishaar, Tricentis’ Chief Product Officer, offers his thoughts on the recent news that Tricentis scored highest for the Enterprise End-to-End Testing Use Case in Gartner’s Critical Capabilities for Software Test Automation review.
Read More here
uTorrent Bug Allows Access To Control Service
“BitTorrent expects to have builds with fixes to all reported vulnerabilities available to customers within the next 24 hours”
A software bug in uTorrent allows users to take control over the service and potentially infect a device with malware. The company have released a software patch to fix the problem. Read More here
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