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Hackers figure out how to seize control of a car from anywhere

As connected cars become commonplace, automakers will have a harder time keeping their heads in the sand on security.

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Former Hacking Team supplier stops selling zero-day exploits on ethical grounds

U.S.-based Netragard has terminated its zero-day exploit selling program in response to revelations about Hacking Team's customers

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Apple hires Chrysler executive, furthering speculation of its automotive ambitions

Apple isn't saying if Doug Betts will work on existing products or the electric car Apple is supposedly building

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YouTube video subscriptions may include music, but no network TV

As the ad-free version of YouTube inches closer to launch, don't expect it to look anything like Netflix, Amazon Prime, or Hulu.

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Google releases a cloud manager ready for the enterprise

With Kubernetes, Google wants to help enterprises adopt a container-based micro-services architecture

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GreenIQ's Smart Garden Hub irrigation controller gains IFTTT support

Israeli startup GreenIQ ups the garden-automation ante with an IFTTT channel for its cloud-connected sprinkler controller.

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Asus' flip-back touchscreen Chromebook hybrid hits stores

Asus' Chromebook convertible first appeared on our radar in late March, now it's finally here.

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Big tech companies back Samsung in Apple patent fight

Samsung is whittling away at a 4-year-old $1 billion damages award, and has asked the court to cut another $399 million.

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ZTE fights off low-end stereotype with high-end Axon phone

ZTE's new Axon phone will arrive next month in the US

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There's more to municipal broadband than public funding, says report

City funding of entire networks is just one option for local officials looking to improve broadband networks, a report says