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A pair of automotive researchers proved that cars can be hacked, just like computers.
Pop artist says he won't release a mountain of unpublished music until piracy is defeated. Prince also says he'll talk copyright protection during a planned visit to the White House.
Already a classic on the Nintendo DS and Sony PSP, Chinatown Wars brings its violent, free-wheeling Liberty City badness to the iPhone and iPod Touch.
For the fourth installment of my video blog dedicated to great police chases, we get two carjackings for the price of one as police attempt to apprehend a would-be criminal.
An Ohio man uses text messages to lure carjacking suspects to police just hours after his car is stolen.
A man in Northern California gets carjacked after responding to an ad for a rendezvous with a prostitute.
Carjacking takes on a new meaning as more sophisticated automotive systems could lead to more vulnerabilities.
Turns out that "Grand Theft Auto," the game that many of America's moral watchdogs fear will turn the nation's youth into a vast gang of pimp-smacking, carjacking hoods, actually prevents crime in some cases. [Missing Links]
Car computer hacking hit the gas on the first morning of Defcon 21, as hackers revealed how they took over two of the most popular cars in America.
Rockstar's seminal PlayStation 2 game hits the App Store and Android, complete with remastered graphics and all the wacky radio stations you remember.