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Connected car technology the next target for hackers?

It's an oft-dragged out fact that the average hatchback contains more computing power within its modest body than the lunar module which landed Armstrong and Aldrin on the moon.

Fri, 14 Oct 2016

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It’s an oft-dragged out fact that the average hatchback contains more computing power within its modest body than the lunar module which landed Armstrong and Aldrin on the moon.

But as hackneyed as it sounds, it’s true. The conveyance we rely upon to get us to the office

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