Posts made in August, 2015

August 2015
Startup races to speed up electric car charging time

Startup races to speed up electric car charging time

The limited adoption of electric cars in the U.S. is partly to blame on slow, inconvenient charging times. In 2014, less than 1 percent of the 16.5 million new vehicles purchased were electric vehicles. While Tesla’s Superchargers can add roughly

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VIDEO: Watch hackers control a Corvette using text messages

VIDEO: Watch hackers control a Corvette using text messages

Cellular-connected entertainment systems are one way for hackers to remotely access and take control of a vehicle. However, researchers from UC-San Diego found an even easier way to take the wheel from afar: a 2-inch gadget called a dongle. Dongles

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Signs point to a strong El Nino winter

Signs point to a strong El Nino winter

The strongest winter storms in more than 25 years could be headed to drought-ridden California.  Climate scientists agree that all computer models are pointing to what they are calling a “Godzilla El Niño” event that is stronger than the previous

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Singles charged more for auto insurance, study shows

Singles charged more for auto insurance, study shows

Consumers who are single, or go from being married to single, may see the cost of their auto insurance jump, according to a new study by the Consumer Federation of America (CFA). CFA research found the average cost of state-mandated

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