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Mercedes opts for cloud-computing setup to protect data from hackers

Mercedes is using a cloud-computing setup to protect data generated by vehicles as the industry moves toward driverless cars. Automakers are looking for ways to stop hackers from gaining information or even hijacking vehicles by remote control.  » READ
 

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Nissan transforms Japanese plant

 

OnStar, police are hitting the brakes on stolen cars

 

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