How Your Car Could Be Hacked, Even If It Doesn't Drive Itself
More and more cars have digital links to the outside world. And what may be a luxury for us is a portal for a hacker. Here's how you could stop them.
This company is looking to make hack-proof cars a standard. Autonomous cars are not the only ones vulnerable to hackers. Even simple connections can put your car at risk -- Bluetooth and infotainment among them. GuardKnox developed technology to keep vital systems alive when hackers hit -- to help you keep control of your car.
Lowering your speed by just 5 mph could make the roads safer
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FAA calls on airlines to help prevent another travel meltdown
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New railroad merger could impact rail safety nationwide
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Migrants fearing deportation set fatal fire, Mexican president says
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Remote fitness classes are helping seniors in rural areas in U.S.
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Using improv comedy to gain new social and creative skills
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