Amazon's cloud-computing arm spans much of the globe. Data centers full of humming servers that power AWS stretch from Oregon to Sao Paulo, Frankfurt and Tokyo. But this is just the beginning.
Revolutionary change is coming and now, car companies, tech firms, and software companies are all battling for position in the emerging market for motor vehicle "mobile network nodes."
Researchers have developed a cheap fix for Wi-Fi issues: a 3D-printed reflector covered in tinfoil to direct stronger signals where they're needed and away from areas that are more vulnerable to hacking.
While device-makers and software companies scramble to patch a vulnerability that potentially exposes every Wi-Fi session to hacking, another cryptographic flaw threatens the security of critical systems.
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