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I probably get at least a dozen pitches for new products every work day. It's rare any of them mentions the individual engineers and the a-ha! moments behind them. Instead ...

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Consumers should be aware of the possibility of a hacker attack on their cars. We now know that what used to be considered a movie scenario — remote hacking ...

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