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    Badly secured: The car industry under (cyber)attack

    2016-01-20T16:56:17Z

    IT attacks on companies are piling up and experts say the automotive industry, a prime target for hackers, isn”˜t properly prepared. The damage cyber attacks can do is often substantial and the methods of the attackers are becoming more and more perfidious. Stuxnet was just the beginning. A steel plant ...

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    carIT Congress: Daimler CIO's personal agenda

    2014-09-30T17:37:07Z

    Daimler's Gorriz says a new and improved customer service offering is very high on his agenda(Photo: Claus Dick) HANOVER -- Daimler CIO Michael Gorriz provided some insight into his personal agenda Tuesday, when he told the annual carIT Congress here what the priorities for his department are. "Providing the ...

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    Germany is site of Europe's fastest supercomputer

    2013-01-25T14:23:43Z

    The Juqueen supercomputer has as much power as 100,000 PCs (Photo: Juelich Research Center) Researchers at the Juelich Research Center near Aachen in western Germany started work with a new high-performance computer that is the fastest supercomputer in Europe and the fifth-fastest worldwide. The computer, which is an IBM ...

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    AutomotiveIT test-drives the LTE-equipped Audi A8

    2012-04-13T16:18:00Z

    Audi is testing the new LTE mobile communication standard with a long-wheelbase A8 model (Photo: Audi) Carmakers are increasing their efforts to improve car connectivity through the introduction of LTE. The new standard, which is set to increase the speed and capacity of mobile communications, is still in the trial ...

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    ABI Research: Automotive telematics to soar by 2016

    2011-01-03T16:53:28Z

    Automotive telematics is likely to make a quantum leap in the next five years, according to ABI Research. But the North American market researcher also warns that considerable risks to the forecast remain. ABI Research expects the percentage of new cars shipping with factory-installed telematics to grow to 62 percent ...