Latest Target for Hackers: Your Car

Automakers are cramming cars with wireless technology but have failed to safeguard against hackers.
0:52 | 02/10/15

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I airing today by a warning about our high tech cars in cyber attacks new report finds that hackers could tap into features like OnStar Bluetooth. And hands free devices they can also T control acceleration and braking hotly automakers say they are working on it. He speculation now about what we can expect from Apple's next generation of software for the iPhone and iPad. 95 Mac reports that Iowa C nine will focus on fixing bugs in boosting performance. Rather than introducing a bunch of new features it's due in the fall. And finally check out Toyota's new I rode the. We'll electric three Wheeler is something of a fusion between a motorcycle in the small compact car top speed is not 37 miles an hour it goes about. Thirty miles on one charge Toyota's just testing it right now no word on when it might go on sale books fun to drive you know those are tech bikes have a great day.

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