First how this happened. The Nissan Leaf from about 2011 to mid 2015 on the SV and SL models included Telematics. Telematics in thse models let the owner use a web site or smart phone app to query battery status, start or stop charging and turn on/off the climate control as well as get performance statistics. After years of warnings from AT&T that the 2G cellular network was going to shut down, AT&T did the shutdown in January 2017. This caused a lot of troubles in the M2M and Telematics space or business. Nissan responded by offering a (discounted?) upgrade …

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Speaking to TrustedReviews this week, Alexander Moiseev, Kaspersky Europe's Managing Director, has warned that your car is at serious risk of being hacked. He is, however, wrong and I'm going to explain why. ![bongosmall.jpg](/attachments/large/0/a4cebc93cab0ce6d2a6e28f218a2de8d.jpg "align-center") Kaspersky Lab and Mr Moiseev may well insist that the threats to the automotive industry are very real, and very much here and now; and while I don't dispute that there are concerns I do think there is a very real element of [Mandy Rice-Davies Applies](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MRDA_(slang)) about the entire debate. With the demise, albeit a long and drawn out death, of desktop AntiVirus as the …

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The average car is increasingly becoming a vehicle for the Internet; but does this also make it a vehicle for cybercrime? Security vendor Kaspersky Lab, in cahoots with Spanish digital media outfit IAB, reckons that software updates, in-car mobile apps and privacy are all areas which have ripe potential for the car crook to launch an attack. Announcing the first 'Annual Connected Cars Study' which aims to provide an overview of the Internet car market, Kaspersky Lab and IAB hope that some unity can be provided to the pretty fragmented software ecosystem offered by car manufacturers currently. In developing a …

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hey, I recently downloaded the Burnout Paradise The Ultimate Box legendary cars pack for pc. [url]http://www.criteriongames.com/packs/legendary_cars.php[/url] I downloaded it and installed it but for some reason I dont know how to get the cars. I dont know if this problem has to do with the online multiplayer because whenever I try to login to Burnout Paradise online multiplayer, it says that i have an invalid cd key. any solutions?

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Write a C program in to calculate the parking fare for customers who park their cars in a parking lot when the following information is given: A. A character showing the type of vehicle : C for car, B for bus, T for truck. B. An integer between 0 and 24 showing the hour the vehicle entered the lot. C. An integer between 0 and 60 showing the minute the vehicle entered the lot. D. An integer between 0 and 24 showing the hour the vehicle entered the lot. E. An integer between 0 and 60 showing the minute the …

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Write a C program in to calculate the parking fare for customers who park their cars in a parking lot when the following information is given: A. A character showing the type of vehicle : C for car, B for bus, T for truck. B. An integer between 0 and 24 showing the hour the vehicle entered the lot. C. An integer between 0 and 60 showing the minute the vehicle entered the lot. D. An integer between 0 and 24 showing the hour the vehicle entered the lot. E. An integer between 0 and 60 showing the minute the …

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[ATTACH=right]16750[/ATTACH]Many new iPad addicts out there have certainly had the idea: It would be so great if there were an easy way to mount that thin tablet on your car's dash to use all those apps on the go. Now, one California start-up has announced it's making the dream come true. [URL="http://t3motion.com"]T3 Motion[/URL]'s main business is in "green security" - creating electric and hybrid vehicles and Segway-like personal transporters for law enforcement and security personnel. But they're also planning a plug-in hybrid consumer car called the GT3, with an interior that will be centered around an iPad where you might …

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Geeks and fast cars have gone together ever since the first young coder made a million developing computer games. However, it takes a true nerd to build a car capable of breaking the land speed record and hitting 1050 miles per hour. A team of true nerds, and a whole lot of technology, in fact. [attach]16020[/attach]The [URL="http://www.bloodhoundssc.com/"]launch of the Bloodhound Education Programme this week[/URL] sees 1.5 million students join that team, with access to the world class research and development behind the car including real world case studies and curriculum materials based on the jet and rocket powered beast. One …

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How much for an iPhone-powered TomTom satnav? That's the question that has been on the lips of many an iPhone user ever since TomTom announced it was developing a version of the market leading turn-by-turn satellite navigation system especially for the iPhone. Now, it seems, we are a little closer to knowing the answer. I just hope you are sitting down before I reveal it. According to one online retailer which has broken ranks and [URL="http://www.handtec.co.uk/product.php/2126/tomtom-for-iphone-inc-mount"]gone public[/URL] with pre-order pricing, if you want an iPhone-powered TomTom satnav in your car it will cost you a cool £113.85 ($193.75) which works …

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On a trip to Newport Beach, Oregon, this past summer, I was introduced to a global positioning satellite device for the first time. It was a real eye-opener. All I had to do was type in the address I was heading toward, and the satellite took care of the rest. For the two-hour trip, I was gently reminded by the device's "voice -- call it Julie Andrews-like in her "Sound of Music" days, to "turn right in one mile" or "turn left at Juniper Street" . . . and so on and so on until we reached our destination. Now …

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Two new studies out today on the burgeoning automotive sensor marketplace. First up is BCC research (full disclosure, I have written for BCC Research, but not on automotive sensors). According to BCC’s latest technical market research report, Automotive Sensor Technologies: Global Market, the global market for automotive sensors is expected to be worth $8 billion in 2007. That number should rise to over $13.5 billion by 2012, a compound average annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.8%, says BCC. In the report, BCC breaks the market down into applications of power train, chassis and body sensors. Of these, power train sensors …

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