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Are Automotive 'Black Boxes' Secure?
Electronic News & Comment 
12/21/2012  22 comments
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration proposed a rule this month ordering automakers to put so-called "black boxes" in all new vehicles by late 2014, but some experts are concerned that the new rule won't protect the security of the data stored inside.
Comment:Eight-bit - Charles Murray-12/13/2012
Slideshow: BMW's All-Electric Concept Coupe
Captain Hybrid 
12/13/2012  36 comments
BMW AG took another step toward electrification at the Los Angeles Auto Show by rolling out a concept version of an electric, three-door coupe.
Old EV Batteries May Power Homes One Day
Captain Hybrid 
12/12/2012  30 comments
Partially depleted Chevy Volt batteries could find new life in energy storage applications outside the vehicle.
Slideshow: Why Automakers Are Rolling Out Electric Cars
Captain Hybrid 
12/5/2012  51 comments
Electric vehicle sales are anemic, and EV battery makers are fighting for their lives. Why are automakers rolling out a steady stream of new battery-powered cars?
Comment:Re: AI - Charles Murray-12/3/2012
Slideshow: Chrysler Rolls Out All-Electric Fiat
Captain Hybrid 
12/3/2012  34 comments
Chrysler Group LLC took a small step in the direction of electrification this week, rolling out a battery-powered, mini-compact hatchback.


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